XSEED Games have announced that their upcoming PS4 and PlayStation Vita beat-'em-up title, Senran Kagura: Estival Versus, will be releasing later this month.
A mystical phenomenon transports the buxom beauties of Senran Kagura to a parallel dimension to face off against their rivals in a new kind of battle. In this strange world "“ which resembles a sunny, sandy island paradise "“ the girls are thrown for another loop as they encounter departed loved ones and ultimately have to decide if they can bear to part from them a second time.
With over two dozen playable characters, making this the biggest roster in the series' history, it boasts more moves, more story, more attitude, and more destruction online with matches that can support up to 10 players (PS4 system version only; PlayStation Vita supports up to 4 players). All of the series' previous Shinobi girls return with a host of upgraded moves to master, and new playable characters offer more challenges to conquer, along with a story that's equal parts sexy and shocking, serious and scandalous, busty and bouncy.
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The trailer, which can be seen above, shows off the series' newest team, the Overseers of the Festival. This new team of Shinobi fighters "“ Sayuri, RyÅki, Renka, Hanabi, and Kafuru, who each possess a unique Shinobi Transformation and utilize powerful Ninja Arts "“ resides in a strange, sunny island paradise dimension that the heroines are whisked away to, and operate the mystical Kagura Millennium Festival that beckons new guests to the island.
XSEED Games also released some packshots of the limited edition "Endless Summer" retail release of the game. It contains a 108-page art book full of artwork from the series, along with a randomly chosen set of ten 2.5"-by-3.5" holographic "pin-up cards" featuring one of the six shinobi factions. In addition, the release also contains a 2-disc soundtrack containing 70 tracks in total.
XSEED Games will release Senran Kagura: Estival Versus in North America on March 15 on the PS4 and PlayStation Vita. The "Endless Summer" physical edition is $59.99 on PS4 and $49.99 on PlayStation Vita. If you're picking up the game digitally via the PlayStation Store, you'll pay $10 less for a total of $49.99/$39.99 respectively. The European release will be a few days later on March 18 on the same two platforms.