Onechanbara Z2 Chaos

Onechanbara Z2 Chaos

High-Octane Zombie-Slayer
Onechanbara Z2: Chaos Now Available For PLAYSTATION®4!

We are excited to announce that Onechanbara Z2: Chaos, the new entry in the high-octane Onechanbara action series, is now available in North America exclusively for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system!

The game is available digitally via PlayStation®Store for $39.99, as well as in a limited “Banana Split” retail release for $49.99. This deluxe physical edition includes a soundtrack CD packed with almost 80 minutes of music from both this game and its Japan-only predecessor Onechanbara Z: Kagura, an 80-page softcover “Behind the Bikini” book loaded with artwork and backstory from both games, and a code to download the delectable “Strawberries & Banana” premium DLC costume.


The latest iteration of the Onechanbara sexy zombie slayer series ups the ante with two sets of buxom vampire sisters and over a dozen stages of high-octane real-time swordplay featuring hordes of zombies – not to mention wildly inventive methods of dispatching these undead opponents. Players will square off against the undead in locations all around the world, sending blood and limbs flying with physical attacks, acrobatic maneuvers, and even power-boosting demonic transformations. Each of the four members of this “Zombie Punitive Force” has her own unique abilities, and skillful play is rewarded with orbs that can be exchanged for upgraded weapons and outfits.

For the first time in the series, players can enjoy the game with full English voice-acting or play through with the original Japanese performances.

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