The lights are on
After attending the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles last week, the Game Informer staff returned to work to discover a new type of zombie game. Although a chainsaw is used to mutilate the undead, sparkles and rainbows are more prevalent than blood and severed limbs in Grasshopper Manufacture's Lollipop Chainsaw. Joe Juba reviewed this game, and joined whoopie cushion aficionado Dan Ryckert and I for look at its first stage. You'll see chainsaws to the privates, talking severed heads, and "Mickey mode" in action. You'll also learn about Dan's new whoopie cushions. Yes, he has more than one.
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Dans whoopie cushions do not surprise.
Yes! I didn't even consider that you guys might do a TC on this, but awesome nonetheless. I can't wait to play it!
Jimmy Urine is a great producer and the soundtrack is the only thing about this game that interests me.
Actually, I did think Dead Rising delivered crazy zombie action. Stay out of my head, Reiner.
Holy balls. Five Finger Death Punch and Children of Bodom have a song in this.
Looks good, been looking forward to it
I won't be getting this game myself, But enjoyed the Test Chamber. Now Dan has more whoopie cushions? Uh Oh!
I also really dislike it when levels grade you. You're not alone Tim!
I wanna see this. And of course Dan is on this TC, when it comes to games like this he's the go-to guy. XD
"I take spelling seriously" - Dan. Quote of the Year.
A remote-controlled whoopie cushion? I am so jealous of Dan right now!