Ridiculed by many critics for its hyper-sexualisation of women, but having picked up a firm fan following since, the Onechanbara series has always polarised gamers – not least because the previous games were (allegedly) not meant to be very good. Onechanbara: Z2 Chaos seeks to address previous wrongs however, and whilst it’s still unapologetic in not conforming to Anita Sarkeesian’s image of what a (safe) modern videogame should be, its quality control and fun factor has been ramped up considerably since previous titles.

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos has rarely been sub-£20 over the last few months, and I doubt that it will stay at this price for long. But if you’re after a fun hack and slash game, and have been scouring the interwebs for a cheap copy, then it’s probably worth pulling the trigger now.

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