Capcom 3 X Trials Evolution. Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad X Developer: Tamsoft. Publisher: D3 Publisher. View All 16 Screens. Onechanbara Bikini Samurai Squad Basics Items Secrets Cast Guide Basics Onechambara plays fairly simply -- you use the various action buttons to attack your enemies zombies for the most part and avoid taking damage.
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No recent wiki edits to this page. Players control Aya and Saki as they cut through waves of undead enemies, in either single-player or cooperative multi-player mode. The harder modes increase the number and toughness of the zombies and bosses. The game features alternative modes of play: free play, quest, and survival, as well as a dress-up option which allows players to alter the player characters' clothes.
Onechanbara is a series of third-person hack-and-slash games developed by Tamsoft, originally appearing as part of a budget game line released only in Japan and, yes, 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.
The main central protagonist in Onechanbara series. Raised by her now-deceased father and trained in sword arts, Aya has done her best to have a normal life with her half-sister Saki yet been sometimes feeling a little bit insecure about her family's "Baneful Blood" curse, which has a tendency of sending her into berserk state. Her alternate attack mode has her wielding two swords at once, which furthers the potency of her standard sword-fighting techniques. Saki is Aya's younger half-sister and descended from the same cursed bloodline, Saki is said to be even more vulnerable to its berserk rampage reaction, suggesting that her mother might also be part of the bloodline while Aya's mother might not. In pursue of swordsmanship, however, their father eventually left Saki and her mother to fend for themselves, a fact that she was resentful of and ultimately drove her to assassinate him after watching her mother dying in illness and poverty.