If you want to know more about the intentions behind Grasshopper Manufacture's Lollipop Chainsaw, what better source than the man himself, Suda51. Both he and writer/director James Gunn dig into what they're aiming for with the zombie-chainsawing cheerleader action game. Video after the break!
Earlier this week we brought you two English language Lollipop Chainsaw videos, but that won't stop us from giving you a look at the latest Japanese trailer, "featuring story," tweeted out by Grasshopper Manufacture today. Watch it after the break!
Set to join Mario and Luigi, Billy and Jimmy Lee, and the rest of the pantheon of video game siblings, Lollipop Chainsaw will feature cheerleader zombie killer Juliet Starling assisted by older and younger sisters Cordelia and Rosalind. See the trio in action after the jump.
James Gunn, director of '80s horror homage Slither and warped crimefighter send-up Super, sat down with Machinima to discuss working with Suda51 on Lollipop Chainsaw. Hear the story behind developing the zombie fighting cheerleader game after the jump.
The latest promo for Suda51 and James Gunn's Lollipop Chainsaw brings protagonist Juliet Starling into the real world to show everyone the best ways to remove nasty undead stains. Watch her persuasive pitch for ZOM-BE-GONE detergent after the jump.
The folks behind the music of Lollipop Chainsaw are just as interesting as those behind the game itself, as evidenced by a new video that takes us behind the scenes. See Jimmy Urine of Mindless Self Indulgence and former Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka give the lowdown after the jump.
If the involvement of director James Gunn (Slither, Super) wasn't noticeable before, the dialogue in the latest trailer for Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture's Lollipop Chainsaw should make it abundantly clear. Hit dat jump to behold the BOSSES OF ZOMBIE ROCK!
GameSpot has posted a behind-the-scenes look at the English language voice work for Grasshopper Manufacture/Suda51 (No More Heroes) and film director James Gunn's (Slither, Super) Lollipop Chainsaw. Tara Strong (Powerpuff Girls' Bubbles) voices zombie fighting cheerleader Juliet Starling while Smallville's Michael Rosenbaum is her undead boyfriend. Hit the break to watch!
A new promo for Grasshopper Manufacture/Suda51 (No More Heroes) x film director James Gunn's (Slither, Super) Lollipop Chainsaw shows heroine Juliet Starling doing some zombie slaying while dressed as the protagonists of Highschool of the Dead, Deadman Wonderland, Is This a Zombie? and Manyu Hikencho. Check it out after the jump.
Highschool of the Dead artist Shouji Satou is doing more than lending a pair of character designs to Lollipop Chainsaw for downloadable content character design. He's also illustrated a special zombie fighter cross-over illustration, that will be offered to Japanese consumers who buy the fourth volume of his new action manga Triage X. This, plus a new look at the DLC costumes after the jump.
Zombie smashing game Lollipop Chainsaw is set to be this Summer's biggest hit and the Japanese version is already set to get even more costume DLC based on Highschool of the Dead, Deadman Wonderland, Is This a Zombie? and Manyu Hikencho. Hit the jump for all the details.
At this evening's Lollipop Chainsaw event, the Grasshopper Manufacture-developed collabo between Suda51 and film director James Gunn was given solid North American and European release dates. You can start choppin' zombies as Juliet Starling on June 12 and June 13, respectively. Read on for more!
The latest Japanese version of Grasshopper Manufacture's (No More Heroes) Lollipop Chainsaw introduces the trio of "Cutie Zombie Hunters" - the familiar Juliet Starling as well as Cordelia and Rosalind - in addition to some of the game's zombie personalities. Check it out after the jump.
It looks as though Kadokawa and Grasshopper Manufacture are looking to make Lollipop Chainsaw a hit in Japan as well as in the US by throwing in a ton of new content for the Japanese regular and limited edition versions, including a new set of more revealing costumes for the game's chainsaw wielding protagonist Juliet. Hit the jump for all of the details.
The new trailer for Grasshopper Manufacture's cheerleader zombie-choppin' action game Lollipop Chainsaw is just in time for the most romantic of Hallmark holidays. See how Juliet's boyfriend Nick ended up headless after the jump!