Onechanbara Origin launches December 5 in Japan [Update]

The Onechanbara 1 and 2 remake dated.

Onechanbara Origin will launch for PlayStation 4 on December 5 in Japan for 7,980 yen, the latest issues of Weekly Famitsu and Degenki PlayStation reveals.

The Tamsoft-developed swordplay action game is a revival of The Onechanbara and The Onechanbara 2. In addition to a new telling of the story of half-sisters Aya and Saki, who hate and want to kill each other, the game employs Katsumi Enami as its main character designer. If you missed it, read up on our detailed coverage of the game here and here.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

Update 8:40 a.m.: Here are a few new screenshots featuring a redesigned Saki, via Famitsu:

Onechanbara Origin

Onechanbara Origin

Onechanbara Origin

Onechanbara Origin

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