I haven't been following this video game at all, but it looks interesting. The game is called Lollipop Chainsaw and it reminds me more the little of Evil Dead. The girl when the game is named Juliet and she goes to school and a birthday to find everyone has been turned into zombies. She does what any teenage cheerleader would do and whips out a giant chainsaw and start hacking zombies to death.
The game has some interesting elements with special attacks activated by multiple presses of specific buttons that appear on screen. In one part, she actually swings around a stripper pole hacking the heads off zombies. I'm not too sure what to think about this game announcement to be quirky and funny, but it doesn't look that great graphically to me.
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