NIS America announced that some of the sexy DLC costumes that were exclusive to the PS Vita and PlayStation 4 will make its way into the Nintendo Switch version of Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana for free, and without requiring any additional downloads or purchases.
NIS America revealed that all characters will receive the deserted pirate costume, a hug hug pals: Feena, Lilia, and Dark, along with six stylish glasses and three ancient masks for the characters. Adol, Laxia, Ricotta, and Dana will also receive the tropic swimwear DLC, and Laxia will receive the super sexy Eternian Scholar costume. But let’s be honest, the pirate costume with the low-rise shorts and high-angle thong is probably the costume most people are looking forward to throwing on (or wishing to strip off of) Laxia.
I’m sure PC gamers are still peeved at being denied access to the game due to NIS America’s porting incompetence, because if the game were on PC by now, you can trust that nude mods would have been flooding the interwebs by now.
As revealed over on the Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana website, the deserted pirate outfits were originally available for the PlayStation Vita when the game came out last year.
The Eternian Scholar costume was exclusive to the PS4, but it will be available to Nintendo Switch gamers.
I could be way off and more wrong about this estimation than Glamour naming Caitlyn Jenner as “Woman of the Year”, but I suspect that the free super sexy outfits that NIS America are including for characters like Laxia might be their way of trying to lure back the weebs into their good graces… Maybe?
I mean, there were quite a few costume DLCs releases, but putting the spotlight on the sexy outfits caught my attention in the e-mail faster than freshmen gymnasts coming into Larry Nassar’s office for a full checkup.
NIS America is likely still in the dog house for a lot of fans due to their original botch of the Western localization for the PS Vita and PS4 versions of Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. NIS apologized and announced that they didn’t have the skill to deal with the PC port, so now they’re hoping to make up for all of those missteps with the Switch release, which is due to drop on June 26th in North America and June 29th in Europe.
They’ve still got a long ways to go to dig themselves out of the ditch they fell into while wandering around in the graveyard of failure with a blindfold on and their hands tied behind their back.
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