Dragami Games, a brand new team of Kadokawa Games alumni, who have previously Lollipop Chainsaw A 2023 remake was announced to us 10 years ago despite the lack of platform clarity. There are also no shareable visuals for the project, which is being worked on by a team made up of former developers of the original game and developers from Dragami Games who found the action game far from a masterpiece. Published by Warner Bros. Games, highlighting the whimsical Suda51 and director James Gunn’s namesake, still sells a million copies.
According to producer Yasuda, due to the capabilities of the next-gen consoles, expect some changes in art direction and a more realistic approach to graphics rendering. On the other hand, we can already drop most of the 16 licensed songs that appeared in the 2012 game, including Skrillex, Dragonforce, or Children of Bodom. “The soundtrack will include new music in addition to some licensed tracks“, we were told.
“Unfortunately, various factors have caused fans to no longer be able to play Lollipop Chainsaw easily, and players haven’t been able to access the game on current consoles for a while. As the original Lollipop Chainsaw development team, we think this game is very valuable to us, and we don’t want it to be forgotten without players being able to access it. That’s why we bought the intellectual property of Lollipop Chainsaw from Kadokawa Games and decided to develop a remake. We’ve reached out to Warner Bros.Regarding development, we have their support in this regard“, explain Yoshimi Yasuda.
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