Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP: Remake with More Quality-of-Life Features [VIDEO]

The remake, developed by Dragami Games, will soon be released with English and Japanese subtitles, English, Japanese, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Traditional Chinese subtitles, and, of course, the chainsaws.


A retail version for PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch will be available on launch day in Asia and Japan, with a later release elsewhere. Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP is a remake of the original Lollipop Chainsaw (2012), for which Yoshimi Yasuda served as producer. RePOP is a definitive version of the game, leaving the story unchanged and focusing on quality of life improvements and additional gameplay content. Follow Juliet, a descendant of zombie hunters, as she fights alongside her boyfriend and family to stop a zombie apocalypse that begins in her high school in Juliet’s 18th Birthday.

The game’s resolution has been increased to Full HD and loading times have been greatly reduced. The chainsaw action has been sped up with the introduction of the Chained Hits Hunting system, where chaining multiple hits in a row increases the player’s attack speed. Input times for combo actions have been adjusted to better match player expectations. The Chainsaw Blaster action has been improved with the addition of auto-lock and auto-fire modes that can be toggled, and an increased maximum ammo count of 99. The player can now use Combo Actions immediately at the start of the game.

Separate from Original Mode, RePOP Mode has been added, featuring a unique and colorful pop art-inspired art style for damage effects. Unique new chainsaws have been added with distinctly different features. There are 30 costumes, more than the number of costumes in the original game. Combined with the addition of 4 new hair colors and 4 new chainsaws, there are 750 different possible combinations. Juliet’s Room has been expanded with more features. A time attack mode with ranking has been added.

Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP will be released on September 25th for $50 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC and Nintendo Switch. In our region, the physical release will arrive sometime in October, so we can expect this version to arrive at least a week after release if we want to put it on the shelf.

Source: Gematsu


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