Of course it never hurt Lara Croft to be shooting dinosaurs in a tank top and short shorts, eh? There are an amazing amount of options with this game. The main mode is of course, Story Mode. Each one has their own unique story and boss fights, although the story consists mainly of a narrative before the start of each chapter.
Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers Review - esskia.com
You won't find many M-rated games on Nintendo's squeaky clean console, but of the few, you will find that Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers is a doozie. This raunchy blood-spewing romp is set immediately after the events of the simultaneously released Xbox title Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad. Here we follow not only sisters Aya and Saki as they attempt to unravel the secret of the Baneful Blood, but also the travels of two more unlockable characters, Misery and Reiko, former enemies from the Xbox game. On your way to enlightenment, you'll plow through eight chapters of story mode for each of the four characters, totaling roughly eight hours of gameplay altogether. Each chapter offers little in the way of level design. Most chapters are linear bore-fests stuffed to the gills with barely ambulatory zombies that are content to stand around waiting to be disemboweled.
Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers Review
Wii review by Justin Boot on March 8, Slaying is such a guilty pleasure. Really, it is. You might deny it, claim that you derive pleasure from something more intellectually stimulating.
As you may have been able to figure out from the title, Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers is more concerned with parading an endless stream of undead monsters and women in revealing clothing than delivering a meaty and thought-provoking experience. And that is not necessarily a bad thing. But Onechanbara is so mindless, the combat so repetitive, the levels so monotonous, that even the inherent joy of dicing legions of zombies into tiny cubes does not conjure even a tiny flash of excitement. You might think that an array of scantily clad heroines dismembering an endless horde of creatures would elicit some thrill, possibly on a primal level, but you would be mistaken.