The latest installment of the Onechanbara series arrives in North America today, giving U.S. PlayStation 4 owners all the blood-splattered monster-slaying bikini action they can handle. Granted they might not be able to handle much.
Do you like zombies? Bikinis? Fountains of blood? Have you completely no shame? Then have I got the game for you.
If I were to sum up OneChanbara Z2: Chaos in four words, they would be “blood,” “swords,” “zombies,” and “fanservice.”
Over the past few weeks I've been playing the fanservice-filled hack n' slash zombie killing fest that is OneChanbara Z2: Chaos. So what better time to look at the (absolutely horrible) 2008 film OneChanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad?
Since the time gaming began, there have been budget titles alongside the blockbuster games we all know and love. Sure, many are utter crap, but every once in a while there is one that is so creative or quirky, you can’t help but like it.
If there is one thing I love about Kagura, the newest OneChanbara protagonist, it’s her penchant for spouting random one-liners—sometimes in nearly nonsensical “Engrish.”
Going into OneChanbara Z2: Chaos, I was expecting a lot of fanservice and some surprisingly enjoyable hack-and-slash action. However, I was not expecting an excellent soundtrack to carry me through the six hours it took to beat the game.
While the last time I played OneChanbara Z2: Chaos, I had my head inside a giant breast (no, really), I enjoyed it enough to be excited to try it again. So now join me now as I control a team of bikini clad girls with giant swords and brutally kill hordes of zombies.
This morning as the masses flooded into the Tokyo Game Show for the show's first public day, I decided it was time to put my head through the giant boob hole and play the newest game about zombie-slaying, bikini-clad, busty babes: Onechanbara Z2 Chaos.
The year is not over. We still have time! But damn, it's going to be hard to top the experience of doing this.
Onechanbara Z Kagura on the Xbox 360 is a bucket of over-the-top hilarity complete with swords, chainsaws, zombies, demons, jiggle physics, the jabberwocky, vampires, bikinis, and of course, vampires in bikinis. But nothing exemplifies the core of what Onechanbara Z is better than Kagura's collection of…
Onechanbara Z Kagura is the latest budget title in a long series of budget titles. Originally part of the Simple 2000 series (a set of over 100 games that cost less than $20 US on the PS2) it grew into a somewhat popular franchise through its cunning use of bikinis, swords, and busty women. While the only two…
Zombies. They are everywhere, and Japanese games are no exception. However, while in the West a shotgun blast to the head seems to be the most efficient way of killing them, the Japanese have instead found the "natural enemy" of the walking dead: schoolgirls.
In Onechanbara, it used to be enough to have a bikini cowgirl hack up the undead. Now it seems like just a dress-up game.
Onechanbara, that bikini cowgirl game that's spawned several low-budget flicks, is getting a new installment, Onechanbara Z: Kagura.
Onechanbara might not be a computer game, but that's not stopping it from getting a boob mousepad.
Is it? Zombie-killing-cowgirl game Onechanbara Z Kagura, not known for being subtle, now has official box art. The game is rated 18-and-up in Japan. And the box art?
In past Onechanbara, you are a bikini-wearing, sword-swinging cowgirl out to kill zombies. In Onechanbara Z: Kagura, you do that, plus try on a new micro bikini.
Onechanbara, those cowgirl in a bikini hack-and-slash games, are returning once again to hack-and-slash things to bits.