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Killer Is Dead Trailer Features More Action and Giant Aliens

Today may be filled with news that can be considered a joke, not just because it’s poorly written, but because it’s April Fool's Day.  While some people may be partaking in the shenanigans, the folks over at Grasshopper Manufacture aren’t since they’ve released a brand new trailer for Killer is Dead.

Devoid of anything that is overly jokey, except for the fact that the Earth has purportedly been stolen and aliens are roaming around, it’s business as usual in this new Killer Is Dead trailer. 

Killer Is Dead Debut Trailer Oozes With Style and Blood

These days it’s rare to see a trailer for a video game be released without half a dozen teases or as a mere twenty second teaser that shows next to nothing.  But here we are two days removed from when the

New Lollipop Chainsaw Gameplay Video Emerges

If you’re as excited for Lollipop Chainsaw as I am you may be happy to see this new gameplay video which shows off a previously unseen stage. Playable at PAX East this past weekend, the stage features leading lady Juliet Starling as she takes on some zombified country bumpkin farmers and in the process decapitates a few heads, basically the good stuff that puts smiles on the faces of people.

Killer Is Dead Concept Art Features Giants, Space Stations, And Cybernetic Arms

For a game in which not a single in-game screenshot or trailer has been released, fans of Grasshopper Manufacture are beyond psyched for Killer Is Dead. The next game from the studio and it’s crazed founder Suda 51, Killer Is Dead surprised most of us earlier this week with the apparent tone it was striving for which seem to combine elements of Killer 7 with No More Heroes, a combination that could end up providing one of the best projects Grasshopper Manufacture has created.

Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture Reveal Killer Is Dead [Updated With Concept Art]

As expected Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture have announced their latest project since their other projects are nearing completion.  Coming to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in the near future will be Killer Is Dead, a new game which will have Suda 51 in charge of the directing and scenario planning, a task he hasn’t done on a major GhM project since the first No More Heroes game.  Fans of Suda and GhM may be excited by the name of the studio’s new game as it somewhat resembles Killer 7, the classic Suda 51 game that was released on the GameCube and PS2 back in the day.

The Voices Of Lollipop Chainsaw Are Finally Revealed

As someone that not only enjoys video games for the action they offer but the stories they tell I always find it annoying when I hear a familiar voice but can’t place my finger on it.  Most of the time when such a thing happens I may “cheat” and watch the end credits or do a quick IMDB search to figure it out but sometimes having the answer on the tip of my tongue can be too much for me to handle, especially when it’s for a key character in a game.

Winning Model Chosen For Lollipop Chainsaw Contest

The next major info wave on Lollipop Chainsaw may not have occurred yet, that’ll happen next week at GDC, but some pertinent news has been announced for those looking forward to the game. No, sadly we don’t have any new information on the stages, modes, weapons, or voice actors in the game as it instead pertains to someone who will instead embody the role of zombie hunter extraordinaire Juliet Starling.  

New Lollipop Chainsaw Trailer Shows More Gameplay + New Heroes & Villains

Suda 51 and the folks at Grasshopper Manufacture are known to be crazy and wacky but I think Lollipop Chainsaw looks to redefine what we expect from the studio.  Not set on providing an experience that’s dead serious by any means, Lollipop Chainsaw looks like it’s going to the definition of pulpy fluff popcorn action that could be a nice change of pace compared to games that try to present high level drama but fall flat on their ass in the process.

Lollipop Chainsaw Receives Some Interesting Bonus Costumes For Its Japanese Release

An official release date for North America and Europe may not have been announced yet, but Lollipop Chainsaw could be wowing gamers in one fashion or another sooner rather than later.  Maybe WB Games will give us the over-the-top and somewhat “controversial” action of Lollipop Chainsaw within the next three months – or at least I’m hoping for such a thing since the game is slated to appear in Japan in May.  Maybe our gaming brethren will receive Lollipop Chainsaw months ahead of everyone else, essentially keeping the tradition alive of Japan getting all the cool stuff first.

Get Introduced To Another Undead Villain In Lollipop Chainsaw

One of my most anticipated games of 2012 without a doubt has to be Lollipop Chainsaw.  No, I’m not excited for the game because of my sometimes blatant fanboyism of all things Grasshopper Manufacture related nor am I excited, in more ways than one, because the main protagonist of the game is a cheerleader in a skimpy outfit.  

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