New Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash details, game modes, and more revealed

Some new details surrounding the latest Senran Kagura game, including game modes and a game mechanic called 'Special Finish', have been released.


Marvelous announced a new entry in its Senran Kagura series, called Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash, last week. Details were scarce at the time, but today, we’re learning more and seeing even more thanks to new information popping its head out of the water.

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash takes place in a world filled with shinobi where a mysterious water gun tournament has taken place for as long as anyone could remember. Shinobi that take part in the tournament will be forced to no longer choose sides and will fight with guns provided by the tournament leaders, thus making each character’s special shinobi abilities obsolete.

The title will feature three game modes: Midsummer Battle (campaign), 5-vs-5 Team Battles, and Network Battles.

The Midsummer Battle will feature a battle of over 30 girls as players will be able to enjoy the side stories of their everyday lives in addition to the water gun tournament.

The 5-vs-5 Team Battles will have players fighting with water guns as they aim for their opponent's chest and buttocks in order to completely drench them.

Lastly, the Network Battles mode will allow players to customize their own character and water gun, then take the fight with up to 10 shinobi around the country in team battles.

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash will feature a game mechanic called “Special Finish.” According to its translation, the girl’s chest will burst once they achieve a certain wetness with these techniques offering an enhanced look when it occurs. Lucky for us, the game is expected to offer PlayStation VR support, which we’re sure will make this game mechanic even more impressive.

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is expected to release on the PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 16. No word yet if or when it’ll make its way to the West, although we wouldn’t be surprised if it did considering most Senran Kagura games have been released outside of Japan.

[Via Gematsu]

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