"There's a laundry list of small problems one could present to prove that this isn't a good game by modern metrics, but despite all of the minor annoyances, it's just fun to play (once the player learns the game's mechanics, at any rate). In terms of polish and content, Onechanbara can't compete with the greats of the genre like DMC or Ninja Gaiden. In terms of raw gameplay, it absolutely can and does. Whether being 20 dollars cheaper, loads of camp, and constantly jiggling boobs can bridge that gap is up to the player. Fans of the genre will absolutely get their money's worth, provided they read the online guide, but other players will not be as forgiving with the game's faults or unapologetic trashiness."