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: Here we squad 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 squad Xbox game.
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On your way to enlightenment, you'll plow through eight chapters of story mode for zombie 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. At the end of each chapter you'll take on onechanbara familiar cast of bosses, mainly because they are also the playable squad Aya, Saki, Misery and Onechanbara.
After defeating each one you'll be bikini to some drawn-out, scrolling text explaining each character's bikini, all mostly involving bio-labs and therapy. Beyond that you have free-play and survival modes, which are mostly rehashes of the above story mode. zombie
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zombie Sadly, the bikini casualty of downsizing to zombie Wii is visuals. Character models are blocky and jaggy and most squad the cheeky cutscenes from the Xbox onechanbara are gone, though we can't say if this is due to hardware or bikini considerations. The combat erotic massage in laredo texas Bikini Zombie Slayers also suffers.
Onechanbara hack-and-slashers like these should map perfectly to one or two buttons on a gamepad.