The beat-’em-up ninjitsu game from XSeed Games, Marvelous Entertainment and Tamsoft has finally launched for Sony’s gaming platforms. You can grab Senran Kagura Estival Versus from local retailers or participating digital distributors for $49.99 on the PS Vita or $59.99 on the PS4.
Kenichiro Takaki, series producer at Marvelous commented about the game finally making its way to the West, saying…
“I’m eagerly awaiting Western fans’ reactions to experiencing Senran Kagura on PlayStation 4 for the first time,” […] “I’m really impressed by the way in which the console enhances my beloved series—both Senran Kagura fans and interested newcomers alike are in for a treat. That said, I feel that Estival Versus’ PlayStation Vita release is hands-down the series’ greatest handheld experience yet.”
The game looks gorgeous and has gameplay smoother than Megan Fox’s legs. The combos look great, the specials are spectacular and the combat is some of the most fluid you could find in a beat-’em-up that isn’t made by Platinum Games.
To help tempt and seduce gamers to part ways with the money in their wallet, XSeed dropped a brand new launch trailer that features plenty of risque and NSFW shots of the battling ninjas as they take out hordes of enemies with their over-the-top attacks. You can check out the trailer below.
Anyway, Senran Kagura Estival Versus will also be available in a limited “Endless Summer” retail release that comes with some special goodies for gamers willing to pay a little extra to get a little extra.
The special edition comes with a 108-page art book that hasn’t been censored by over-eager Social Justice Warrior beta males, along with a set of 2.5” holographic pin-up cards featuring the busty brawlers, as well as a two-disc soundtrack featuring 70 different tracks from the game.
XSeed will also drop some free updates for the game, including new combat features, new multiplayer game modes and new playable characters Rin and Daidoji. There will also be some paid DLC options as well, with XSeed hoping to get all of the DLC and updates that were released in the Japanese version of the game for gamers in the West, including special guest character DLC from the clothes-ripping fighting series, Ikki Tousen.
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