The number of games with a sexy, scantily-clad lead female character that are actually good is a lot shorter than the number of such games that totally sucked. If you were unlucky enough to play a horrid title called BMX XXX back in 2002, you know how painful a game built solely around sex appeal can be. But Juliet Starling of Lollipop Chainsaw proves that a video game gal can have brains and a body, dropping witty one-liners on the undead as she hacks them to pieces with her chainsaw. But much more importantly, the gameplay is tight, fast, and addictive. Looks mean nothing if you don’t have the complete package, and Lollipop Chainsaw is definitely all that.