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Lollipop Chainsaw is Grasshopper's most successful game

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That's 700,000 units shipped.

Grasshopper Manufacture has announced that Lollipop Chainsaw has shipped 700,000 copies. That's really, really good for a game from that company. In fact, that makes Lollipop Chainsaw their most successful game ever. Apparently games starring cheerleaders with chainsaws are more marketable than Shadows of the Damned or No More Heroes. Who knew?

The company announced this figure at their "Summer Appreciation Event" in Japan, and took that opportunity to show off a trailer for their upcoming game Killer Is Dead. Unfortunately, that trailer was for event-goers eyes only, apparently, because it hasn't been released to the rest of us yet.



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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (August 27, 2012)

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So... sex sells?

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