Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni Bikini Party Edition Trailer Shows Bouncy Beachwear
(Last Updated On: October 16, 2016)

Marvelous Entertainment released a new trailer for the PS Vita version of Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni Bikini Party Edition, set to release over in Japan starting January 12th, 2017.

DualShockers picked up news of the new portable version of the hack-and-slash, beat-’em-up. The game will feature more than 100 different cash shop items as DLC, including a variety of bikinis, ornaments, accessories – such as helmets, butterfly pendants and even a cat tail you can lodge onto the back of the girls – along with the more risque material like lingerie.

There’s a brief minute long trailer featuring some of the gameplay of Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni Bikini Party Edition that you can check out below.

Not only are there all sorts of sumptuous items and scantily constructed clothing to create a scintillating experience, but there’s also the addition of the clothes break. Yes, the already barely-there clothing that the characters can don can also be destroyed, leaving them as bare as the moral principles adopted by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

The game seems to be identical to the standard Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni only with the added DLC items, some new enemies and lots of customization to help give the game some replayability for those of you who like playing dress-up with buxom, battling beauties.

Sadly, the Bikini Party Edition of the game will only be available for the PlayStation Vita starting next year. I’m pretty sure if things go over well for the title as far as sales are concerned we could see the game appear on Steam and the PS4, but for now you can look for the Japanese version of Valkyrie Drive: Bikini Party Edition to launch on January 12th next year.

You can pick up a copy of the standard version of the game right now in North America for the PlayStation Vita or PS4.

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