Onechanbara Z2: Chaos

Game review by
Paul Semel, Common Sense Media
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Bloody, oversexed zombie slasher for mature audiences only.

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Positive Messages

Though they bicker, women supporting each other work together … to kill zombies.

Positive Role Models & Representations

Main characters kill zombies to save the rest of mankind.

Ease of Play

Though pulling off special attacks gets complicated, you're mostly just mashing buttons as quickly as possible.

Violence

This is a violent, bloody, gory game where you use swords, chain saws, other weapons to slice, dice zombies, other monsters. Blood, body parts litter the ground, collecting blood for "blood frenzy" mode.

Sex

The women in the game wear very small bikinis.

Language

Frequent use of word "t-ts," "s--t," other swear words.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is not for kids. That's because it only has you hacking up hordes of zombies in the bloodiest way possible while playing as women who have big curves and tiny bikinis. The women don't only talk about their breasts, they frequently use profanity in their dialogue. It's a sexually suggestive gorefest of killing, sexual innuendo, and blood.

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What's it about?

The premise behind ONECHANBARA Z2: CHAOS -- as in the other games in this series -- is that you're four women trying to stop zombies and other monsters from destroying the world. For some reason, the characters wear thigh-high stockings, high-heeled boots, cowboy hats, and very small bikinis. Though the main plot is ladies trying to destroy all these monsters to prevent an evil woman from destroying the world, the overall story is convoluted and confusing.

Is it any good?

As a hack-and-slash action game, Onechanbara Z2: Chaos has a lot for you to slice and dice and has the tight controls necessary so you can do all that slicing and dicing easily. It gives you tons of enemies to fight and has them attacking you from all sides, which can make this kind of challenging. But the game has a lot of problems. For starters, the hack-and-slash action isn't deep and only requires you to mash the buttons as fast as possible. It's also rather repetitive. Though there are different kinds of enemies and different places to fight them, you're still simply whacking everything that moves for hours on end. This series also is known for its sex appeal; you play as curvy, buxom women wearing extremely small bikinis. It's hard not to think that if the people who made this game spent as much time on the gameplay as they did on the skimpy outfits, this would have been a much better game.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about combat preparedness. If you were fighting zombies, would you wear a bikini or full body armor and a helmet?

  • Talk about disaster preparedness. Do you know what to do if there's a disaster such as a zombie apocalypse? Do you know where your emergency backpack is located?

  • Have you ever heard the phrase "sex sells"? Do you think it applies to this game?

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