The latest offering in the Sony Playstation 3 catalogue is released on general sale today, but has already been advance-booked until the end of the year.
PowerHairdresser2 has created shockwaves throughout the games industry, not least because of its stark realism and worrying content.
With scenes of mild terror and hand-to-hand blow drying, the makers have really pulled out all the stops.
The graphics are a delight, and the technology so far advanced, with its 16 Gigatron of Stromboli and a 143 Jigawatt capacity memory with Spliff, that some experts wet themselves inspecting it.
The disk utilises Ecoli 4 waistband and Tape2Tape encoding markers on the Bifida. Mousse has been encrypted onto the botcher for extra hold.
New Diamond-style magnifilusion beams mean a four-minute delay mechanism for voluptuousness is possible, and a single-ply putrefaction card is available for increased decidedness.
The game includes extras such as mindless salon banter, and a 'Something For The Weekend' option, on late nights and Thursdays.
Bonus content can be uploaded online direct from BigScissors6 or instore at all branches of Wooolworth.
When the game was previewed last week to a select group of games freaks, the players boarded themselves up inside the studio, and police had to be called to break down the doors and retrieve the software.
PowerHairdresser2 retails at £84.99 with concessions for any bimbo producing a National Federation of Hairdressers member card.