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Gamespot: Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers Review

As you may have been able to figure out from the title, Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers is more concerned with parading an endless stream of undead monsters and women in revealing clothing than delivering a meaty and thought-provoking experience. And that is not necessarily a bad thing. But Onechanbara is so mindless, the combat so repetitive, the levels so monotonous, that even the inherent joy of dicing legions of zombies into tiny cubes does not conjure even a tiny flash of excitement. You might think that an array of scantily clad heroines dismembering an endless horde of creatures would elicit some thrill, possibly on a primal level, but you would be mistaken. The excessive gore and extreme objectification in Onechanbara are not able to mask the simple gameplay for even a few minutes, which makes this a boring and repetitive hack-and-slash with no redeeming qualities.

The Good:
* You can dismember zombies.

The Bad:
* Combat is mindless and repetitive
* Every level feels exactly the same
* Story does not make any sense
* Little difference between the playable characters
* Boring.

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XCWarrior3220d ago

Wow the other two reviews I read at least said it was fun. This just tears the poor asian girls a new one...

Myst3219d ago

Actually there are quite some differences :).

Aya - Dual Swords.

Saki - Single sword and pummeling.

Reiko - Single sword and ranged weapons (Shot gun and Automatic)

Other girl[forgot her name] - Great sword that transforms into a snake sword (Similar to Ivy's from soul calibur just bigger.

Though everything else I will agree with, levels are pretty much the same, story doesn't really make much sense unless you've played the previous; though I found it fun being that it's subjective I can't touch that one :).