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WB bringing Lollipop Chainsaw to the US, website now up


5:00 AM on 08.01.2011
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Good news everybody! Suda51's next adventure in weirdness, Lollipop Chainsaw, will see the light of day outside of Japan! Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment will be putting out Lollipop Chainsaw in the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Germany and Australia on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. As for Japan, new publisher Kadokawa will be taking care of publishing for both consoles as well.

That's not all! The official Lollipop Chainsaw website has gone up. As of this writing, only the Japanese site is operational and gives us a look at main heroine, Juliet Starling. She has a decapitated head attached to her and her chainsaw has little hearts in it. AWESOME!

You can also catch more Lollipop Chainsaw goodness on the official Facebook and Twitter pages for the game and Juliet Starling. We are giant Suda51 lovers at Destructoid so you know we'll be covering the hell out of this game. Looking forward to more!






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