I had been looking forward to checking Lollipop Chainsaw out all week at gamescom and I wasn't disappointed. While Suda51 wasn't on hand to show us the game himself, he did send us a video assuring that the game's female protagonist was at least over 18.
The game is everything I hoped it would be: dramatically over the top, amazingly violent while sickeningly cute all at the same time. We chatted with the producer to find out about the story, the combat, and we learned about some of the other big names involved with the development of Lollipop Chainsaw.
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