Lollipop Chainsaw Review | For the Love of Gaming

The object of Lollipop Chainsaw is to hack and slash your way through wave after wave of Juliet’s zombified classmates. The visuals are amazing; taking a sullen world filled with evil and death and slapping a fresh coat of rainbows and glitter on it. The characters are well rendered, to the point that it becomes a guilty pleasure to slay the undead in the form of a scantily clad young woman. Lollipop Chainsaw spans 7 chapters; including a prologue and an epilogue. Each of these chapters ends with an off-the-wall boss battle and you're presented with your score for that level. The levels are spread out over the massive campus around Juliet’s High School, San Romero High (Obviously a reference to zombie film director, George Romero).

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