Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad Image

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  • Summary: Killer Combat System - Each character has a variety of moves that players can utilize to combat enemies in the air, on the ground, at a distance, when surrounded or even to evade attacks. Players can change weapon attacks: for example, switching between one katana for precision work, or use two katanas to take out large crowds of enemies. Adrenaline Filled Rage Mode - Unleash the hidden power inside of Aya and Saki, as players go into rage mode when covered in too much blood to gain more power and more agility to destroy enemies faster. But if soaked in blood for too long, the added adrenaline will deplete the player’s health. Co-op Play - Invite a friend to join in the fight with Co-Op mode to rid the city of zombie infestation. Multiple Gameplay Modes - Zombie slayers will experience the main storyline through multiple stages with danger lurking around every corner in Story mode; replay favorite levels in Free Play mode; kill as many zombies as possible before their health runs out in Survival mode, embark on more than 40 harrowing quests in Quest mode and more. Dress-Up Mode - Unlock and acquire a variety of items to use in Dress-up mode to style out the sisters with sexy clothing, flashy accessories, hot hairstyles and more. After selecting an outfit combination, players can name the combinations, save them, then use the outfits in-game. Drive-and-Slash - Play as Aya and with the wind in your hair, dismember zombies at slow or full-speed while riding a tricked-out motorcycle in select levels. [D3Publiser of America] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 39
  2. Negative: 30 out of 39
  1. 75
    So yeah, it's stupid. It's brutally stupid, to be honest. But "Underpants Deadguy Cutters: Ultimate Tittykill" has enough game to keep you going for a few days, and it sells for twenty bucks less than usual. Honestly, I don't know why big breasted women wading through gallons of blood took so long to get to America.
  2. It's hard to know which is more laughable: Onechanbara's story of sisters who absorb zombie blood through their skin or the fact that this game is so shallow. [Apr 2009, p.81]
  3. We have no doubt this went gangbusters in Japan, but for those with slightly more discerning tastes, blood and bikinis are simply not enough, regardless of how impressive the jiggle physics are.
  4. The concept of scantily clad babes cutting down zombies with swords may appeal to some, but its gameplay and delivery are flawed in so many ways that only the most hardcore hack-'n-slash fans will have any fun here.
  5. Onechanbara knows it’s goofy and stupid. It’s just too bad it doesn’t realize that it’s a terrible game.
  6. A girl, a cowboy hat and a pair of katanas are not a serious argument in any way. Onechanbara features three different characters involved on a nonsense background story, but the main attraction of the game is seeing the half naked girls slashing and cutting hordes of zombies. Too bad to be good, and so it is. Onechanbara packs as one of the worst Xbox 360 games, featuring production values that resemble some of the games on the mid 90´s
  7. 10
    I really can't recommend this game for anyone other than those that just enjoy torturing themselves.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 16
  2. Negative: 4 out of 16
  1. Dec 13, 2012
    This game is just mindless fun. Check your brain at the door and mash those buttons while oogling some barely clad ladies chopping hordes of zombies to pieces. There no real story, there's little mission structure, camera is a headache. Yet, I still found this game fun somehow. If ever I want to play a game that'll turn my brain off, then this is it. The perfect game to play if you're completely wasted. Overall: Mindless fun and that's all it's trying to be. If you can get it for an ultra low price, or a cheap rental, then give it a go, just don't expect too much from it. Expand
  2. Jan 12, 2011
    I picked this up because it was £2. £2. How bad can it be, for £2. And the postage was free. So how bad can it be? It's tosh. Graphics - janky.
    Sound - janky.
    Story - usual Japanse craziness, so the best bit of it.
    Camera - very janky.
    Worth £2? No.

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