The Gameplay is like Alien Homonid/Rolling Thunder... plenty of guns and weapons such as hammers, flame throwers, rockets, revolvers, miniguns, swords.
Seems to have element of levelling up.
Has boss battles.
3 characters to choose from (maybe has unlockable characters, idunno!?) and has a 2 player option.
Has English main menu, options screen is Japanese (but there's only 3 options). Voices and story text are Japanese.
You don't need to be able to read Japanese with this.... at it's core it's a run and gun game.
HERE'S WHAT LITTLE INFO Wikipedia HAS:-
Cyborg Kuro-chan (サイボーグクロちゃん Saibōgu Kurochan?) is a shōnen manga series created by Naoki Yokōchi, serialized in Kodansha's Comic BonBon magazine. Eleven volumes of the manga were released between 1998 and 2002. It centers around the titular character, a housecat who is kidnapped and modified by a mad scientist to be a part of a cyborg army bent on world domination. Kuro breaks his control chip, escapes and becomes a vigilante. Kuro has many allies, who help him out during instances such as urban destruction, parallel universes, outer space, and battles between other cats and cyborgs.
Cyborg Kuro-chan was adapted into an anime series produced by Studio Bogey for TV Tokyo. The anime aired from 2 October 1999 to 6 January 2001 for 66 episodes. The manga and anime have been exported to several countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa. A large number of merchandise has been made based on the manga and anime, and two additional volumes, entitled Cyborg Kuro-chan: Extra Battle, were published. Reviews for the series note the simplistic and cartoonish art style, and a thin storyline which is mainly centered around gags and comedic violence.
Takara Tomy made toys based on the characters. Konami published video games based on the series. Kaettekita Cyborg Kuro-Chan, a shoot 'em up, was released for the PlayStation on 28 November 2002. Two Game Boy Color games were also released: Cyborg Kuro-chan: Devil Fukkatsu!! on 23 March 2000, and Cyborg Kuro-chan 2: White Woods no Gyakushū on 19 October 2000. Official game guides were released for the Game Boy Color games.