What the shit?

#1 Posted by BrainSpecialist (554 posts) -

What the fuck is this? Answers, please!

Also, 10 internets for anyone who's actually played this.

#2 Posted by Icemael (6307 posts) -

It's a game about a bikini-cowgirl and her younger sister in a schoolgirl outfit, both wielding katanas, slaying a shitload of zombies. Oh, and if I'm not mistaken there's also a police girl with guns.

#3 Posted by brukaoru (5079 posts) -
#4 Posted by PercyChuggs (1087 posts) -

It's like the video game equivalent of a B-movie. Except that people don't want intentionally bad video games, so it will fail miserably (sales wise)

#5 Posted by Gizmo (5389 posts) -
PercyChuggs said:
 Except that people don't want intentionally bad video games, so it will fail miserably (sales wise)"
No, this is how the Wii works.
#6 Posted by GTCknight (653 posts) -

It's a game that if i'm not mistaken is already been out in japan for the PS2. It's just as you have heard by now its a game about killing zombies with a sword and maybe a few guns all the while wearing bikinis and other scantly clad clothes. And if I recall the girls do get covered in blood as well.


This is a well known budget series of games in japan. I think I have said all of this before on Giant Bomb.

#7 Posted by PureRok (4235 posts) -

Yep, I have this game as well as the 360 one on my wishlist!

#8 Posted by suneku (2997 posts) -

I'm getting the 360 version on release day hahaha. It's too obscure of a game to pass up.

#9 Posted by LordAndrew (14420 posts) -
GTCknight said:
"It's a game that if i'm not mistaken is already been out in japan for the PS2. It's just as you have heard by now its a game about killing zombies with a sword and maybe a few guns all the while wearing bikinis and other scantly clad clothes. And if I recall the girls do get covered in blood as well.


This is a well known budget series of games in japan. I think I have said all of this before on Giant Bomb."

Other games in the series have been released in Japan before, but not this specific game.
Europe has seen the release of these games as well, as Zombie Zone, Zombie Hunters, and so forth. But like nearly every game in the Simple series, they never came out in North America. :(
#10 Edited by Linkyshinks (9881 posts) -

This game will always remind me of how lame Gamespot is after that censorship thing..

 It does look like low quality crap on Wii, basically a muddy port of the PS2 game. The game is for fans of the Manga primarily, I cannot see many people interested in this one.

#11 Edited by PureRok (4235 posts) -
Linkyshinks said:
"This game will always remind me of how lame Gamespot is after that censorship thing..

 It does look like low quality crap on Wii, basically a muddy port of the PS2 game. The game is for fans of the Manga primarily, I cannot see many people interested in this one.

"
There's a manga? Oh shi-

Edit: What's it called? I can't find any manga with these characters.
#12 Posted by RHCPfan24 (8609 posts) -

I actually think it looks sweet. And if this is an incentive, the achievements are mad easy. You get almost all of them for just beating the game and have to put in a little bit of time for other challenges.

#13 Posted by rexualhealing (255 posts) -
PercyChuggs said:
"It's like the video game equivalent of a B-movie. Except that people don't want intentionally bad video games, so it will fail miserably (sales wise)"
Intentionally bad video games, hell, just bad or even mediocre video games in general, can be a lot of fun under the right circumstances.

I recently watched a drunk guy play through Pokemon Snap in one sitting while a bunch of other drunk guys (myself included) watched, and it was a lot of fun. The game itself wasn't that fun, but the camaraderie and such was... kind of like watching a B-movie with like-minded individuals.
#14 Posted by coaxmetal (1569 posts) -

I love terrible movies, and Terrible games have a similiar appeal, though they would have to be played with company, so you can laugh.

#15 Posted by Geno (6477 posts) -

It's a shame that the Wii's graphics are too bad to take advantage of the theme (who wants to look at grainy, blocky manga girls?)

#16 Posted by CreamyGoodness (1086 posts) -

#17 Edited by PenguinDust (12443 posts) -
PercyChuggs said:
"It's like the video game equivalent of a B-movie. Except that people don't want intentionally bad video games...

Sure they do....Sometimes a bit of mindless stupidity can be fun.  Not every game needs to be a deep, meaningful epic that profoundly effects the player.  As rexualhealing said, under the right circumstances mediocre games can offer a type of entertainment value that an "A" title can't.  Oneechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers will be priced as a budget title (under $40), so it knows what it is and its place in gaming hierarchy.  Wait a few months and pick it up for $20 or rent it for a weekend.  Enjoy the goofiness, and just go with it.

When you're done playing the game, there is a movie out, too.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTo5dDhFMQ4
#18 Posted by PureRok (4235 posts) -
Geno said:
"It's a shame that the Wii's graphics are too bad to take advantage of the theme (who wants to look at grainy, blocky manga girls?)"
Get the 360 version then.
#19 Posted by Endogene (4741 posts) -
PureRok said:
"Geno said:
"It's a shame that the Wii's graphics are too bad to take advantage of the theme (who wants to look at grainy, blocky manga girls?)"
Get the 360 version then."
Western Wii version will be somewhat upgraded over the already available japanese version though.

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