1UP writes: "For the first time, D3Publisher's bringing Onechanbara -- which began life as part of the company's Japan-only budget Simple 2000 series -- to North America. And with it, a unique blend of gratuitous cheesecake and blood-spraying pyrotechnics that'd make Quentin Tarantino proud. Both Xbox 360 and Wii versions are on the way, and we recently had a chance to go hands-on with the Wii incarnation.
Bikini Zombie Slayers (as the Wii version's called), developed by Tamsoft (the guys behind old-school PS1 fighter Toshinden), pits half-sisters Aya and Saki against a never-ending legion of shuffling zombies. With "realistic" sword-swinging Wii Remote motion controls, gamers will be slicing up the undead with the precision of their onscreen counterparts in no time. For the most part, that means what you'd expect: Move around with the left analog stick, lock on by holding down a button, and attack by swinging the Wii Remote -- or the Wii-mote and Nunchuk in tandem for over-the-top attacks."