In the Japanese “Premium Edition” of Lollipop Chainsaw, players can switch between a “D-rated” version a “Z-rated” (think Mature) version. The standard version is D-rated. Watch the game’s trailer here, complete with sparkles and vivisections. [ゲーム情報！ゲームのはなし]
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