The title Onechanbara is a combination of two Japanese words, onee-chan, meaning “big sister,” and chanbara, meaning “sword fighting.” The game Onechanbara is a combination of zombie slaying, Dynasty Warriors-type action, and co-op.
Being a fan of all of those elements, I thought Onechanbara might actually have some potential to be a good co-op game, even in spite of its outward appearances. After all, previous titles that have combined co-op and zombie slaying have been pretty big successes, and one can hardly go wrong with the mindless action of hacking and slashing your way through hordes of enemies. What I got was a co-op game that only demonstrated co-op in the vaguest sense of the term, and an overall game that further proved how it’s not the pieces that make a game great, it’s how they all come together.
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