XSEED Games announced North American release details for Onechanbara Z2: Chaos, the latest in Tamsoft's cheeky zombie-slashing series. The PlayStation 4 entry will be available on July 21 both as a $49.99 limited retail version and a $39.99 PlayStation Store download. More after the jump.
While Onechanbara ZII: Chaos is coming to North American PlayStation 4 on June 30th from Xseed with a "Banana Split" limited edition and a Dual-Language Voice-Acting Soundtrack with original Japanese voices or - for the first time in series history - a full English dub, the sexy swordswoman versus zombie game hits Europe this summer from NIS America. A new trailer promotes the latter. Get a look after the jump.
XSEED Games is releasing the latest entry in the scantily-clad zombie-slashing Onechanbara series in the west. The publisher announced plans to bring Onechanbara Z2: Chaos to PlayStation 4 in North America, with a release currently planned for this summer. Hit the jump for more.
D3 Publisher's latest trailer for Onechanbara Z2: Chaos has an appropriately heavy focus on action, with over 6 minutes of gameplay footage. Watch some of the over-the-top PlayStation 4 battles, as well as the previously revealed (and absurdly revealing) Banana & Strawberry bonus outfit after the jump.
Japan is getting a handful of pre-order bonuses for Onechanbara Z2: Chaos, including one that decks out players in an Earth Defense Force themed costume. A download code for the Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable Pale Wing Pink Set and Pale Visor hat will be given to anyone who pre-orders the action game via Amazon Japan. Hit the jump for more.
D3 Publisher shared a couple new visual treats for Onechanbara Z2: Chaos, which is hacking and slashing toward an October 30 release on PlayStation 4 in Japan. Have a look at the action game's opening movie and more after the jump.
We posted some Onechanbara Z2: Chaos screens a couple days ago, and now you can see a bit of the sequel in action. Watch as Kagura, Saya, Aya, and Saki go to work after the jump.
Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is bringing another round of scantily-clad zombie-fighting action to Japan on October 30, just in time to play it on Halloween. This one's coming to PlayStation 4 with four playable characters, a new Cross Merge Combination attack system, and boss battle Quick Time Kills, some of which you can see in the batch of screens after the jump.
Onechanbara Z2: Chaos was announced for PlayStation 4 around the middle of the month, and its reveal came with an October release window. According to this week's issue of Famitsu magazine, the action game sequel now has a more concrete Japanese release date of October 30. More after the jump.
D3 Publisher announced the next step for the Onechanbara series in this week's issue of Famitsu. Tamsoft is currently developing Onechanbara Z2: Chaos for PlayStation 4, promising the first full-HD, 60-frames-per-second game in the series. More after the jump.
Xbox 360 game Onechanbara Z: Kagura is getting a PlayStation 3 port on November 7th, and, to make sure that the bikini clad women on zombie violence stays classy, it's importing hostess character Nonono from Dream Club Zero. To promote this, a faux-documentary explores gender differences, using the gratuitous game to provoke reactions. Get a look after the jump.
Xbox 360 game Onechanbara Z: Kagura is getting a PlayStation 3 port on November 7th, and, to make sure that the bikini clad women on zombie violence stays classy, it's importing hostess character Nonono from Dream Club Zero. Get a look at the second preview after the jump.
Xbox 360 game Onechanbara Z: Kagura is getting a PlayStation 3 port on October 24th, and, to make sure that the bikini clad women on zombie violence stays classy, it's importing hostess character Nonono from Dream Club Zero. Well, maybe not too classy. Dream Club Zero got a D (17+) rating by Japan's Computer Entertainment Rating Organization, due to featuring more sexual themes. Get a look after the jump.
What started out as part of the budget "Simple 2000" series of games in Japan eventually became an Xbox 360 action title, and now Onechanbara is set to hit Microsoft's console once more. Hit the jump for more.