History VideoGame / OneChanbara

11th Jun '16 8:47:43 PM PhysicalStamina
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** The theme song of ''Z2 Chaos'' follows suit, but with a single female vocalist this time around.
6th Jun '16 4:27:18 PM Kytseo
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''Z2: Chaos'' was also released on PC through Steam.
4th Jun '16 12:26:57 PM Kytseo
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* DifficultButAwesome: ''Z2: Chaos'' allows the ability to swap between the different characters on the fly. It takes some getting used to, and you'll need to be familiar with all four of them, but [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbNbv7-sZCM look at the fruits of your labor]].
2nd Jun '16 3:09:59 PM Kytseo
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''Onechanbara'' is a series of third-person hack-and-slash games developed by Tamsoft, originally appearing as part of Simple Series budget game line released only in Japan and Europe. The games involve a team of sisters, Aya and Saki, who are among the few survivors of a zombie outbreak. Complicating matters, both sisters suffer from a curse known as "Baneful Blood", which drives them crazy when they come in contact with the zombies' blood. They have vowed to use everything in their power to drive back the zombies so that they can once again live in peace.

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''Onechanbara'' is a series of third-person hack-and-slash games (later SpectacleFighter games, starting with ''Z: Kagura'') developed by Tamsoft, originally appearing as part of Simple Series budget game line released only in Japan and Europe. The games involve a team of sisters, Aya and Saki, who are among the few survivors of a zombie outbreak. Complicating matters, both sisters suffer from a curse known as "Baneful Blood", which drives them crazy when they come in contact with the zombies' blood. They have vowed to use everything in their power to drive back the zombies so that they can once again live in peace.
27th May '16 3:51:04 PM nombretomado
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The game had an UpdatedRerelease for [=PS3=] on October 24, 2013, featuring [=NoNoNo=], a character from [=D3Publisher=]'s other franchise: the [[DreamCClub Dream Club]] series. One year later, a {{PS4}}-exclusive sequel, ''Onechanbara Z2: Chaos'', was released on October 10, 2014 in Japan and July 21, 2015 in the United States.

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The game had an UpdatedRerelease for [=PS3=] on October 24, 2013, featuring [=NoNoNo=], a character from [=D3Publisher=]'s other franchise: the [[DreamCClub Dream Club]] series. One year later, a {{PS4}}-exclusive UsefulNotes/{{PS4}}-exclusive sequel, ''Onechanbara Z2: Chaos'', was released on October 10, 2014 in Japan and July 21, 2015 in the United States.
22nd May '16 6:13:34 PM nombretomado
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The game had an UpdatedRerelease for PS3 on October 24, 2013, featuring [=NoNoNo=], a character from [=D3Publisher=]'s other franchise: the [[DreamCClub Dream Club]] series. One year later, a {{PS4}}-exclusive sequel, ''Onechanbara Z2: Chaos'', was released on October 10, 2014 in Japan and July 21, 2015 in the United States.

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The game had an UpdatedRerelease for PS3 [=PS3=] on October 24, 2013, featuring [=NoNoNo=], a character from [=D3Publisher=]'s other franchise: the [[DreamCClub Dream Club]] series. One year later, a {{PS4}}-exclusive sequel, ''Onechanbara Z2: Chaos'', was released on October 10, 2014 in Japan and July 21, 2015 in the United States.



* UpdatedRerelease: After a year, Onechanbara Z is finally coming to PS3, which means there is no need to import an [=Xbox=] 360. To sweeten the deal, they are also throwing a free CanonImmigrant to boot!

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* UpdatedRerelease: After a year, Onechanbara Z is finally coming to PS3, [=PS3=], which means there is no need to import an [=Xbox=] 360. To sweeten the deal, they are also throwing a free CanonImmigrant to boot!
9th May '16 3:25:45 PM Goukenimaru
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* MissionPackSequel: From ''Z Kagura'' to ''Z II Chaos'', there are many, ''many'' recycled assets, levels, enemies and bosses, it feels more like an expansion than a full blown sequel, in fact there are ''more'' stuff copy-pasted from ''Kagura'' than brand new things introduced in ''Chaos'', somewhere around 65% old to 35% new. Critics are already merciless on this series, had ''Z Kagura'' been [[NoExportForYou localized]] they sure would have been even more unkind to ''Z II Chaos''.
8th May '16 6:27:25 PM MarcoPolo250
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In 2009, two games from the series were released in the United States: ''Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad'' [[note]]Known as ''VorteX ~ The Descendants of The Cursed Blood ~'' in Japan [[/note]] (for {{Xbox360}}) and ''Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers'' [[note]]''Revolution'' in Japan[[/note]] (for the {{Wii}}). A live-action movie based on the series was also released in the same year.

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In 2009, two games from the series were released in the United States: ''Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad'' [[note]]Known as ''VorteX ''[=VorteX=] ~ The Descendants of The Cursed Blood ~'' in Japan [[/note]] (for {{Xbox360}}) and ''Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers'' [[note]]''Revolution'' in Japan[[/note]] (for the {{Wii}}). A live-action movie based on the series was also released in the same year.
8th May '16 6:26:34 PM MarcoPolo250
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In 2009, two games from the series were released in the United States: ''Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad'' (for {{Xbox360}}) and ''Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers'' (for the {{Wii}}). A live-action movie based on the game series was also released in the same year.

''Onechanbara Z: Kagura'' was released in Japan on January 19, 2012 for {{Xbox360}}. Instead of Aya and Saki, the game stars a pair of vampire sisters named Kagura and Saaya. ''Z'' was the first of the series that wasn't a budget game like its predecessors, and the marketing has been rather big. However, due to its Xbox-exclusivity, it failed to attract a wide audience (not that it was making any pretense to do so...). The game had an UpdatedRerelease for PS3 on October 24, 2013, featuring [=NoNoNo=], a character from [=D3Publisher=]'s other franchise, the [[DreamCClub Dream Club]] series. A {{PS4}} exclusive sequel, ''Onechanbara Z2: Chaos'', was released on October 10, 2014 in Japan and July 21, 2015 in the United States.

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In 2009, two games from the series were released in the United States: ''Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad'' [[note]]Known as ''VorteX ~ The Descendants of The Cursed Blood ~'' in Japan [[/note]] (for {{Xbox360}}) and ''Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers'' [[note]]''Revolution'' in Japan[[/note]] (for the {{Wii}}). A live-action movie based on the game series was also released in the same year.

The fifth main game, ''Onechanbara Z: Kagura'' Z ~ Kagura ~ '', was released in Japan on January 19, 2012 for {{Xbox360}}. Instead of Aya and Saki, the game stars a pair of vampire sisters named Kagura and Saaya. Unlike its predecessors, ''Z'' was the first of the series that wasn't a budget game like and its predecessors, and the marketing has been rather big. However, due to its Xbox-exclusivity, it failed to attract a wide audience (not (Not that it was making any pretense to do so...).
The game had an UpdatedRerelease for PS3 on October 24, 2013, featuring [=NoNoNo=], a character from [=D3Publisher=]'s other franchise, franchise: the [[DreamCClub Dream Club]] series. A {{PS4}} exclusive One year later, a {{PS4}}-exclusive sequel, ''Onechanbara Z2: Chaos'', was released on October 10, 2014 in Japan and July 21, 2015 in the United States.
12th Mar '16 7:17:26 PM CoCage
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* StanceSystem: A staple of the series that also doubles as RealTimeWeaponChange. Aya can switch from single to dual wielding swords, and Saki has access to grapples moves with her fists, Reiko pulls out a shotgun or SMG, and Misery's sword becomes a WhipSword (the latter two ladies are playable in ''Bikini Zombie Slayers''). Kagura and Saaya more so count as real time weapon change, but it can still work as stances since their fighting styles completely change.

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* StanceSystem: A StanceSystem:A staple of the series that also doubles as RealTimeWeaponChange. Aya can switch from single to dual wielding swords, and Saki has access to grapples grapple moves with her fists, Reiko pulls out a shotgun or SMG, and Misery's sword becomes a WhipSword (the latter two ladies are playable in ''Bikini Zombie Slayers''). Kagura and Saaya more so count as real time weapon change, changing, but it can still work the game(s) themselves count them as stances since their fighting styles completely change. stances.
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