Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Trailer Depicts Opening

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Senran Kagura: Estival Versus | oprainfall

A beautiful new video has popped up showing off 17 delightful minutes of the opening to Senran Kagura: Estival Versus. The game starts off with an opening cinematic of Ryobi and Ryona coming across a sinister ceremony in the middle of a a forest. Spirits of deceased young women are being channeled for some arcane purpose, including one known to the sisters, their deceased sister Ryoki.

As they struggle to free her spirit from some mystical coffin, a surge of energy blasts them both into a strange location. More than determined not to be deterred by this mishap, they set off towards a flicker of light in the distance, only to be set upon by a swarm of ninja. From here the video focuses on Ryobi blasting the utter crap out of the poor foes, with Ryona fighting on her own in the distance.

Finally the video closes with a strange scene at a beach… but don’t take my word for it! Take a gander at the video below, and count the days until Senran Kagura: Estival Versus is hopefully released for PS4 and Vita in the West! Its Japanese release date is March 26, 2015.

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