Huge Onechanbara gallery contains high levels of zombie nonsense - destructoid

Huge Onechanbara gallery contains high levels of zombie nonsense

9:20 AM on 01.21.2009

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers is high on my priority list right now. It doesn't have impressive graphics or "innovative" gameplay. It just looks incredibly stupid, perhaps even borderline retarded ... and in my book, that's actually a good thing.

High brow, intelligent and unique games like Braid and Portal are fine, but every now and then, you need something deliciously dumb to sink your teeth into. D3's heady blend of zombie genocide and shameless arses should be just the thing I'm after.

We've discovered plenty of images from D3's press site, and I don't think many other places have found out about them yet. We're pleased then, to be the first to present a ridiculous amount of pictures of girls fighting zombies in their underpants. These are the very morals America was founded on. 

Whether you're a Wii fan or waiting for the Xbox 360 version, we've got you covered. Make sure to check 'em out.

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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