Lollipop Chainsaw Review
Lollipop Chainsaw, the new hack and slash from Grasshopper Manufacturing, is a one-time run for all your zombie-killing fans. There is nothing to hold you back and no online mode If you want to laugh at ridiculous jokes on the weekends when your parents are not at home, it is definitely worth the rent. If you miss it, you won’t miss anything exceptional.
Lollipop chainsaw detailed review
Another zombie-killing game has been added to the list – previously popularized with popular titles such as Left for Dead, Dead Rising and Resident Evil – but this game is different. The main protagonist for beginners is an 18-year-old cheerleader whose boyfriend’s head is attached to her waist, a chain and pumping slinging to bring down the fat nectar. The game has no real story and the plot really involves you killing zombies in one room and moving on to the next. Citizens have to be protected there from time to time.
The core of Lollipop Chainsaw gameplay is its colorful design mixed with hack and slash gameplay. Another good aspect of the design is the comic book structure that is provided in the menu system and many in-game elements such as score meters. Juliet’s health is measured by lollipops, and you can use the D-pad to eat lollipops at any time during the game to restore health.
Conversation and general chat is something you don’t want your mom to hear. They start with gross and very heavy sex meanings but in the end the jokes grow on you and you can definitely laugh at something.
The purchase of new upgrades adds variety to the combat gameplay, combing between jumping, chainsaws and pumps to create some impressive moves. Although at the end of the day it reveals all the basic hacks and slashes. There are other elements that try to keep the gameplay fresh. You stick your boyfriend’s head in the selected zombies and control him to perform certain tasks throughout the game. These are like fast time events and break all hacking and slashing Another monotonous chainsaw sling breaker is the boss fight. There is nothing new here that we haven’t seen before but it does refresh the theme of the game with enough courtesy.
The battle is reminiscent of any other beat-up game we’ve seen, such as Dante’s Inferno or The God of War but lacks the subtlety found in these games. You can run the game without any hiccups using the same combos and that’s not a good thing.
The game is not really long and you can run the campaign in 5 to 7 hours and there is no inspiration to run the story again. The game also has some depressing elements. The movement and camera feel very clunky and the controls feel a lot like button mashing instead of combo generating.
The graphics of the game are not the best but still they do the job. The comic book theme is colorful and has rainbows and hearts all over you with the blood of enemies and a little dizziness. Juliet’s rice is well-animated but don’t compare it to delicious Lara Croft’s choice. They are more reminiscent of a teenager’s fantasy.
The sound design of the game is quite peppy. The tricks and hacks of chainsaw action sound great. The explosions are believable and add to the cheesy voice acting characters. They are Strong, the same person who gave his voice to Harley Quinn in Batman Arkham Asylum, giving his voice to the main protagonist Julie.
The last row
Lollipop Chainsaw, the new hack and slash from Grasshopper Manufacturer, is a one-time run for all your zombie-killing fans. There is nothing to hold you back and no online mode If your parents are not at home and you want to laugh at ridiculous jokes on the weekends, it is definitely worth the rent. If you miss it, you won’t miss anything exceptional.
Developer: Grasshopper production
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive
Platform: PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
Price: Rs 2,499