Onechanbara Origin Gives Saki A Complete Makeover, Check Out Her New Looks And Fighting Style

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We learned that Onechanbara Origin, the remake of the first two games, will release in Japan this December. Famitsu followed up with the latest screenshots, showing another new look for Saki.

 

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Previously, we saw the revamped looks for Aya and her sister Saki, and we got another updated look at Saki who’ll also come with an updated melee fighting style.

 

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The title given for Saki is “Yandere Girl.” The magazine also mentions that Aya’s appearances have also been touched up to look sexier as well. We’ll get a closer look with more details soon.

 

Onechanbara Origin releases for PlayStation 4 in Japan on December 5, 2019.


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