You’d be forgiven for thinking the main character in Onechanbara Z is Aya, since Kagura’s outfit is so very similar, but it’s not. The female heroine of this title is a half-vampire from Romania, so the only similarities between the two ladies are their penchant for skimpy outfits. She also has a sidekick named Saaya who can slice and dice enemies with the best of them with her named weapons. Don’t worry though, Aya and her half-sister Saya are still around, but this time as your enemies, with the former now donning an assassin’s outfit and supposedly responsible for the horrors banging around Tokyo. Onechanbara Z: Kagura will be released as an Xbox 360 exclusive on January 19, 2012 in Japan. Check out shots of it over on Siliconera.
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Onechanbara Z: Kagura