OneeChanbara ORIGIN Set to Release on PC and PlayStation 4

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OneeChanbara ORIGIN, Tamsoft's zombie hack n’ slash game with buxom babes, will be released for PC and PS4 on September 24th in Asia and October 14th for the West.

The action game series OneeChanbara will be making its return on PlayStation 4 this year, alongside the series debut on PC through Steam. Developed by Tamsoft, OneeChanbara was first released on the PlayStation 2 in 2004, with a sequel to the game, OneeChanbara 2, released the following year in 2005. The series' main heroine is the katana-wielding cowgirl Aya, but in later installments, more female warriors are added to the game, such as Saki, Aya's half-sister.

OneeChanbara ORIGIN is an HD re-release that combines the first two games of the series. Originally released for the PS4 in Japan back in 2019, the game features improved graphics and redesigns to all of the main characters, courtesy of the artist Katsumi Enami, who is best known for his character designs in Baccano!

This time, the game will be available on both the PS4 and PC through Steam. Clouded Leopard Entertainment will release the game in Asia and D3 Publisher is in charge of the release in North America and Europe. The game will will be priced at $59.99 (€49.99). OneeChanbara ORIGIN is dubbed in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean. There will also be English, traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese, and Korean subtitles.


The original sword fighting action game series, Onee Chanbara, has been brought

back to life on PS4 in full HD! It offers a new take on the story of the two half-sisters,

Aya and Saki, who are bound by their mutual hatred for one another and locked in a

brutal fight to the death. In addition, all the main characters have been redesigned

by the one and only Katsumi Enami. All shall be revealed in the recreated re-release

of the classic that started it all: OneeChanbara ORIGIN!

OneeChanbara ORIGIN is set to release on September 24th in Asia and October 14th in North America and Europe for the PlayStation 4 and PC. You can check out the game’s official English site at Cloud Leopard Entertainment. You can also read more about the game's story and see some screenshots on D3 Publisher's site.

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