x360a writes: "On paper, Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad sounds like an adolescent male's fantasy come true. Hot, scantily clad women? Check. Over-the-top blood and violence? Check. And they're cutting down ZOMBIES with those swords!? That perfect combo should have an adolescent male twitching on the floor like after an overdose of Mountain Dew and Pixie Stix. On paper, is unfortunately as close as this sticky cheese-fest can get to perfection.
Bikini Samurai Squad tells the story of two sisters, Aya and Saki, who have cursed blood, known as Baneful Blood, running through their veins. This special blood gives them superhuman strength, agility, and power, which is why a shady organization wants to capture them and use the Baneful Blood in experiments to increase their own power. How can they do this, you ask? They draw out the girls by unleashing a flood of zombies on their home town, of course! As you can tell by now, the story makes almost no sense, and the writing is a complete joke. Remember that kid in junior high who insisted everyone listen to the stories he/she wrote, who insisted their fiction was epic, when it was truly abysmal? That's the caliber of writing on display here... I simply cannot recall more poorly done or cheesy dialogue, and I've workshopped a lot of junior high fiction in my day, thank you..."