It’s not often that a developer and publisher agree that they should just embrace a game’s lewd themes and go all out with it. In today’s climate most studios have opted to be rather conservative with sexuality unless it’s third-wave feminist-approved sexuality. Well, PQube Games and Marvelous have basically given one huge, bouncy middle-finger to the current politically correct culture enveloping games at the moment by releasing the extra lewd hack-and-slash title, Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni.
The game has launched today over in Europe and is set to arrive in North America starting October 11th. PQube released a new launch trailer for the game covering all of the important facets of game, including highlighting the fact that it’s faster, stronger and lewder than Senran Kagura. Check it out below.
The game is very similar to Marvelous Entertainment’s other lewd-and-slash 3D series, Senran Kagura. Both games feature the ability to bust open the clothes of the fighters, as well as big bouncy boob physics.
Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni adds the extra element of clothing customization and bigger bosses with more dynamic combat, where-as Senran Kagura is closer to the likes of Dynasty Warriors. The other added feature for this newest game from Marvelous is that it’s themed around power lesbians. The more sensual the lesbians are with each other, the more affable one of them is to becoming a powerful weapon that can be used on the battlefield to dispense great justice.
Quite naturally, all that lewdity has caught up to Valkyrie Drive and the game was banned countries like Germany and Australia. Many titles featuring lewd content have been getting hit hard with such bans, limiting them in their potential sales opportunities and market reach.
Nevertheless, at least the rest of Europe and America will be able to experience the fast, hard, jiggly, lewd action of Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni without any problems. If you live in the U.K., you can pick up a copy right now for the PS Vita from Rice Digital, and if you live in the good ‘ole U.S., of A you can look to get your hands on a copy starting October 11th.