It may have averaged a dreadful 39/100 on MetaCritic, lambasted for its mediocre design and presentation, not to mention its juvenile attitude, but a game with the title, Onechanbara Bikini Samurai Squad, cannot be ignored, especially when it’s available for just £7.98 from GamePlay.
According to a price-comparison probably ashamed to be harbouring such a title in its database, GamePlay’s offer for Onechanbara Bikini Samurai Squad is the cheapest around, with a two-pound saving! As mentioned, Onechanbara Bikini Samurai Squad isn’t an especially good game, but critics admitted it can be enjoyable. I believe the scantily clad Samurai women may be warping their opinions!
Onechanbara Bikini Samurai Squad is, amazingly, a sequel to a game previously available on the PS2. Sisters Aya and Saki, skilled in the art of the blade and bra, must once again defend Tokyo from a zombie onslaught. Seriously, another one? Why is Tokyo always being besieged by the undead? Videogame-addiction can’t be that bad!