Feel my zombie slaying passion, a look at Oneechanbara R

By Spencer . December 7, 2007 . 12:53pm

oner.jpgOneechanbara Revolution is hardly a “revolution” from the Oneechanbara series. The upcoming Wii installment incorporates in an on-sight counter system, Devil May Cry style combo rankings and waggle control. Tamsoft polished the graphics too, which would have been fine if Oneechanbara R was a budget title. And it’s not. D3 Publisher is planning to sell Oneechanbara Revolution for 5,800 yen ($51), a steep price to pay to play as zombie Aya.


Before you decide to get it or not when it comes out on February 7, you have to see the trailer. Head over to the official Oneechanbara R page and pick the fourth option from the top. Most of the clip shows Aya and Saki always fighting in fenced areas. In the older Oneechanbara games spikes emerge from the ground trapping you and zombies. It looks like Oneechanbara R sticks to the same formula, which doesn’t give players lots of free space to run around in. The game is pretty much kill or be killed. While you’re watching Aya parade around in her bikini, listen to the music. “Sexy clothes I like to wear… don’t stop and stare.” Right!

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  • Please oh please oh please oh please let this come to the US. I loved all the previous Oneechanbara games on the PS2 (haven’t gotten to play VorteX yet). I’d love to see this in the US. I’d gladly pay full price for it.

  • oilshark

    yea its relly no fair these games keep gettin shafted over and over when crap like bullet witch get localized and somehow the oneechanbara games completely ignored!!? its just relly fustrating, especially since that d3 guy said they were thinking of bringing it over, but of coarse that never happened. sux because they look so awesome, and ill never be able t enjoy them to the full effect without some kind of translation.

  • ???

    I would gladly pay $60 for this game i really want it.

  • EvilAkito

    Sexy women and zombie slaying are the two things men love most. But the gameplay looks pretty shallow. Maybe that’s part of the appeal, but I doubt it would keep me entertained for more than five minutes.

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