Lollipop Chainsaw is getting back from the useless, in some form or type
Lollipop Chainsaw is seemingly coming again in some form or type, which might be one of many extra surprising revivals of the yr.
This yr appears to be all about bringing again video games that nobody ever thought would get a second likelihood. Lollipop Chainsaw appears to be becoming a member of the likes of Kao the Kangaroo with a brand new ‘one thing’, however what that one thing at present is is not notably clear.
Yoshimi Yasuda of Dragami Games tweeted earlier this week that “Lollipop Chainsaw is back by Dragami Games. Please look forward to it.” That was just about the totality of the announcement, not explaining if it is a sequel, remaster, or remake. But we all know it exists, so there’s that at the very least.
As identified by VGC, Yasuda beforehand served as CEO of Kadokawa Games, which revealed various Grasshopper Manufacture video games like Lollipop Chainsaw and Killer is Dead. And Yasuda served as government producer on each titles.
Yasuda introduced final month that he was leaving Kadokawa to type his new firm, Dragami Games, which seems to have taken Lollipop Chainsaw with it.
Lollipop Chainsaw is at present unplayable until you personal each a replica of it and both an Xbox 360 or PS3. Unfortunately, Lollipop Chainsaw is not backwards suitable on both Xbox One or Series X, and it would not seem like one of many video games streamable by way of the cloud as a part of the PlayStation Plus rebrand.
This announcement follows the tenth anniversary of the sport, first launched June 12 within the US. Yasuda’s imprecise announcement got here on the tenth anniversary of the sport’s launch in Japan, June 14.
So far, eclectic sport maker and Lollipop Chainsaw director Suda51 hasn’t acknowledged no matter Yasuda is speaking about, although he did celebrate the anniversary alongside filmmaker James Gunn across the sport’s anniversary.
Do we’d like Lollipop Chainsaw to come back again? Who is aware of! Maybe it can simply be an inexpensive cash-grab cell sport, however for the few followers on the market, let’s hope not.