Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni, Busty Combat Game Lands On Steam This Summer
Valkyrie Drive Steam Release
(Last Updated On: May 2, 2017)

Marvelous Entertainment continues to give zero fugglies about SJWs, identity politics or any of the nonsense that has pervaded the entertainment industry in the West that has devolved it into a hotbed of contention, dissent, consternation and conflagration. The company has developers who love women, who love boobs, and who love lesbians, and they’ve decided that the busty lesbian game starring an all-female cast called Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni will arrive on Steam for PC this summer.

The PS Vita port will feature all of the game’s previously released DLC, which you’ll be able to purchase in a bundle pack for a single price or separately as individual pieces. The DLC includes costumes and characters, including content from Valkyrie Drive – Mermaid-.

The game sees players in charge of various young female characters infected with an A-Virus and a VR-Virus. One strain allows the women to transform into powerful weapons called ”Extars”, while the other strain allows the girls to either turn into Extars or control the Extars as Liberators. The Valkyries with the virus are trapped on an island where they engage in combat against one another, and it’s up to players to attempt to discover who runs the island and why.

Marvelous released a new trailer for Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni, giving gamers a look at the port running on the Glorious PC Master Rig.

The big change coming off the port from the PlayStation systems is that the game is running at a full HD resoluition of 1080 at 60 frames per second. They mention in the press sheet that if you have a 1440p or 4K monitor you can also scale the game up higher to meet your standards.

Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni sports seven playable characters, 24 different missions, online multiplayer with up to four players, and a full customization suite for each of the playable characters. There’s also the standard cloud save, achievements and trading cards.

One of the things that a lot of people enjoy about Tamsoft games is that they don’t just have lots of fan-service, but they also have thoroughly enjoyable gameplay as well. So whether you’re playing with one hand or two, there’s something in there for everyone.

A lot of people are thankful for Marvelous for not giving in to the SJW menace in the media that lambastes and ridicules developers for not kowtowing to the Regressive agenda; something that has usurped the design philosophy for almost every Western developer.

That’s not to mention that Valkyrie Drive mods on PC are going to be crazy.

You can keep track of the game’s news and info for PC by visiting the official Marvelous Entertainment website.


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  • Zufield

    Not a fan of this game’s “plot,” tee bee haitch. The battle mode in the Vita release looked fun as hell, though. Might look into picking the game up for that alone, if the price is right.

  • Disqusted

    Was looking for games with female protagonists and saw this, but it was Vita only and I don’t have a Vita. Aside from that, the graphics don’t look great (you can tell they’re trying to cover up the shitness with lots of bloom) and most of the screenshots I’ve seen are of character convos, which I really don’t want to waste time on.

    These anime style games always seem to have a really bad visual balance of light and shadow.

  • Disqusted

    Was looking for games with female protagonists and saw this, but it was Vita only and I don’t have a Vita. Aside from that, the graphics don’t look great (you can tell they’re trying to cover up the shitness with lots of bloom) and most of the screenshots I’ve seen are of character convos, which I really don’t want to waste time on.

    These anime style games always seem to have a really bad visual balance of light and shadow.

  • Richard

    I think I am officially done with consoles. Not buying the Switch, and when the consoles that I do have die, not replacing. I just need to learn patience, for in time all things to the PC.

    • EroBotan

      Yup! These days, as long as you’re patient and not a nintendo flagship titles (mario, zelda, pokemon, etc) fans then you can’t go wrong relying on PC

      • Disqusted

        At least for Nintendo there’re always emulators.

        • EroBotan

          haha true XD

      • Disqusted

        At least for Nintendo there’re always emulators.