Juliet Slightly Changes Design for Lollipop Chainsaw Remake

Imagined by Japanese studio Grasshopper Manufacture, Lollipop Chainsaw is about to return to Xbox, more than ten years after its initial release on the second generation of Microsoft consoles. In the absence of details communicated by the developers at Dragami Games, a subsidiary of Kadokawa Games, we were happy to discover the new design of Juliet, who seems to have undergone the facelift of the case.

Announced in July of last year, somewhat to the general surprise, the remake of Lollipop Chainsaw seems to be planned for 2023. The title originally released in 2012 will set aside its tens, but it will allow many players to enjoy the massacre of zombies at San Romero High School. Which compensates for the lack of backwards compatibility of the Xbox 360 southern version xbox-series X|S.

Always waiting to see the first official images of this new version, we have been able to discover the images that Dragami Games has shared for this new year. Juliet Starling’s new designthe heroine of the game. Il n’en fallait pas plus pour que Twitter se prête au jeu des sept erreurs en comparant l’ancienne et la nouvelle version de la lycéenne.

He takes the opportunity to say that, contrary to what is believed, Lollipop Chainsaw was not produced by Suda51, but by Yoshimi Yasuda. Despite this, the game continues to be totally in the vein of Grasshopper Manufacture productions such as Killer7, Shadow of the Damned or even No More Heroes, with that particular atmosphere that characterizes it. We expect the Japanese studio to commit to releasing the game this year.