Submitted by Shmammy 1948d ago | review

Just Press Play Review: Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad

JPP writes: "Looking at the title and the picture on the front you would automatically think; "Hey I bet you kill stuff and boobs jiggle the whole game" and to that I say, Hell Yeah! Onechanbara is the continuation of the story of Saki and Aya. After both sisters defeated Reiko and Saki regained control of herself they decided to recede into a calm and normal life. But, because both sisters life with the curse of the Baneful Blood, their peace is not long lived. While in Tokyo, they witness the events they thought they had destroyed come back again. Tokyo has been overrun yet again by the zombie plague. How does the game fair? Does the story and ultimate bloodshed make up for the somewhat cheesy look it brings forth?" ( Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad, Xbox 360) 8/10

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