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First-Person Perspective: Lollipop Chainsaw: Satire or Exploitation

Its relatively shallow combat system, hit-and-miss humour and fairly forgettable end impression pretty much guarantee that the best legacy the game can hope for is as a cult curio of the current console generation. That’s a bit of a shame because, despite its many faults, Lollipop Chainsaw prompts a conversation about videogame sexuality that more people might benefit from engaging with.

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FantasticHood1861d ago

If it teeters between satire and exploitation, did it succeed at either?

SilentNegotiator1861d ago (Edited 1861d ago )

Exactly. Why discuss this if it failed to do either anyway?