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Simple 2000 vol. 101: The Oneechanpon

Simple 2000 vol. 101: The Oneechanpon (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Action
Developer: Tamsoft

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
06/29/2006

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Simple 2000 vol. 101: The Oneechanpon review

Reviewed August 10, 2007

Sho says: "In this sequel to the popular Oneechanpuruu, you assume the role of a hot Japanese babe in a bikini who carves up the walking dead with her bloodthirsty katana. Besides providing a little insight into the Oneechanbara series’ selling power, this may lead you to conclude that The Oneechanpon features more of the same. You’d be pretty much dead on, too – except that virtually every facet of the original has been improved upon."
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