Several new screenshots have been revealed by Kadowaka Games for their upcoming Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 third-person action title, Lollipop Chainsaw.
Only in Japan..... Normally I would be completely bemused but then again, this is probably the most normal thing in Japan considering other 'oddities' such as an anime series called Cat Shit One that revolved around rabbits, cats and camels doing battle in the Middle East.
the title is so annoying. but it will sell to those people who curse the roundness of there eyes every day.
Why are these chicks always white girls with blonde/brown/red hair and blue/green/grey eyes? Seriously, 9.9 times out of 10 the leading chicks in Japanese games are light hair, light eyed, hugely endowed white girls. What gives? Do Japanese girls take offense?
maybe they feel similar to normal (ie, not a supermodel) women in the US who are bombarded daily with a disproportionate amount of claudia schiffer-esque imagery?
Generally in anime, hair color is more of a personality element and not about race/nationality.
I admit...piqued my interest when I heard that Suda 51 is designing this game. Then I saw the screenshots. Still want.
I'll play the demo and decide if its worth a play through based on gameplay. And whats the deal with the guys head?
I'm intrigued. Only in Japan do you get rainbows, cheerleaders, and zombies together.
I'm not going to lie, the art style of this game is quite appealing. Looking out for it now.
I still don' t understand why you can' t choose if to play as a woman or a man in videogames today. Two characters instead of one, am I asking too much? I understand the need to have a main character, but why not also the option to pick another one in case you want? I personally don' t like to play with women characters. Good games are good games, I will buy it if good anyway, but I prefer male characters.
If this comes to the states im gonna get it plain and simple
Looks sexy I want it shadows of the damned was awesome so this should be good too.
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