Reviews and Problems with Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers
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KnightRain , GameStop
8 March 2013
Summary: Okay so first off my prob with game is it was English subbed only... But the rest of the hack&slash stuff is awesome, but it gets harder as you progress through the game. And Saki is a way better fighter then Aya.
Summary: Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers could have been a decent Devil May Cry-type action game, but it's hampered by lazy design and poor control choices across the board. Basically, you choose one of 2 scantily-clad women and slash through dozens of generic zombies and monsters in extremely sparse levels. Your main attacks require you to shake the remote continuously, which is pretty annoying.
Summary: I bought this game after reading all the user reviews posted here and I have to say I was not impressed at all. I would have taken it back to trade it in for something else if I wasn't working none stop this week. I have to say this game is only $10 bucks used but its $10 I wish I would have bought something else with. This game is pretty pointless and there are not enough options when it comes to fighting with the Wii controller.
Summary: Strange on 360, but perfect for wii... a simple and fun game, with graphics much better than the 360 version... motion controls are also simple and limited, but who cares when you are playing a game like this...? Purchase it now!!
Summary: All you need to know is kill the zombies. This game reminds me of other titles like, House of the Dead or Area 51 EXCEPT that this is a simplified version. Other than the points you pick up to level up at the end of the levels there isn't a lot more than zombie killing going on here. Non-easily amused adults need not purchase this game. The biggest drawback I found was the sword control.
Summary: Chicks in bikinies + zombie slaying action = Fun, except it won't last too much, but if you get tired of more complex games and need a mindles brawler and/or are a pervert this is a great game. Sure, it's low quality overall, but remember this series began as budget games in Japan. You could certainly do a lot worse than this on the wii, for 35 bucks.