Marvelous Entertainment and Honey Parade Games announced that Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni is now available for PC via Steam. The game managed to launch during Valve’s start of the Summer Sale, which will take place between June 22nd and July 5th.
The game centers around young maidens being affected by a virus that changes and enhances their bodies where they can turn into lethal weapons wielded by others. The only way to initiate this transformation is through a lesbian orgasm.
In the game players can access the special abilities and transformations through Drive moves, which features the enactment of physical sensuality to unlock the girls’ hidden powers. You can check out a compilation of some of these moves courtesy of Blazzer Soras.
This particular outing in the Valkyrie Drive series takes place on a mysterious island, where those infected with the virus are sent for study. However, the young maidens are forced to fight it out while attempting to discover what’s really going on at the island.
In addition to carrying over the story from the PlayStation Vita version of Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni, there have been a number of improvements and updates to the game, including an increase in the specs allowing for a standard of native 1920 x 1080p resolution output at 60 fluid frames per second, so you won’t miss any jiggling, wiggling or bouncing from the girls.
The story mode features 24 playable missions, additional difficulty settings for extra replayability, and even a mode where you can print underwear for the girls and dress them up in the dressing room where you can outfit the girls in the exact kind of apparel you feel best suits their aesthetic sensibilities.
Marvelous has also worked with Meteorise to include trading cards, cloud saves and Steam achievements.
You can pick up the game right now for $29.99, but during the launch week the game is marked down by 10%. Additionally there’s the complete edition, which features all of the game’s DLC packs in one bundle for $39.99. The complete edition is also marked down by 10% off during the launch week.
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