If you have been waiting for some insanely addicting and zombie filled monster slaying, it’s time to prepare to do so once more as the buxom vampire sisters prepare to once more invade the gaming library’s of fans this month. XSEED Games has announced that the Onechanbara series will be getting its latest installment that is set to launch exclusively for PlayStation 4th on July 21st for 49.99 USD for the physical “Banana Split” retail release or 39.99 USD for the digital version through the PlayStation Store. The “Banana Split” edition will include a soundtrack CD containing almost a full 80 minutes of music from both this game and its Japan-only predecessor, Onechanbara Z: Kagura, an 80-page softcover “Behind the Bikini” book also featuring artwork and backstory from both games, and a code to download the “Strawberries & Banana” premium DLC costume.
This newest entry into the series will once more bring players to take the vampire sisters across a set of high-octane sword play as they take out hordes of zombies as well as other creatures in some wild and unique ways as well as in wild and unique locations. Traveling the world, players will find themselves sending limbs and blood everywhere as they use acrobatic maneuvers and physical attacks in order to ensure their survival as well as the elimination of their targets. 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.
Developed by D3 Publisher and Tamsoft, Onechanbara Z2: Chaos will be coming exclusively to the PS4™ in North America. This title has been rated “M” for Mature by the ESRB. NIS America will be publishing the PAL version of Onechanbara Z2: Chaos.
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