PR: Valkyrie Drive Dated & Liberator’s Edition Revealed

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

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PQube have announced today (via press release) the release date of the English version of Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni. The game will be releasing on September 16th, 2016 both physically and digitally. They also announced a preorder bonus of 8 art cards for the standard edition.

However PQube are also going all-out with a collector’s edition – the Rice Digital exclusive ‘Liberator’s Edition.’ This collector’s edition contains the physical game, the pre-order art cards, the official soundtrack, an artbook and a Vita sleeve case packed inside a collector’s box.

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Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni was directed by Senran Kagura creator Kenichiro Takaki. It was developed by Meteorise and is part of the Valkyrie Drive label alongside the anime (subtitled Mermaid) and a mobile game (subtitled Siren). The game released last December in Japan.

Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni is releasing exclusively on the PS Vita in both North America and Europe on September 16th, 2016.

For more information on the game, here’s PQube’s press release.


PQUBE, Bristol (July 14th 2016) – Well aren’t you in luck today – we got you a date! With some Pleasure-Powered Weaponised Women! Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni is coming to the west for Playstation Vita both physically and digitally on September 16, 2016!

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From the creators of Senran Kagura comes the project that dials it up a notch (or three). Valkyrie Drive is coming and between the bouncy busty brawling, high intensity aerial combat, shredded clothing and the sight of pleasure powered providers of pain propelled directly into your eyeballs, you are in for the experience of a lifetime!

But wait! As always we have more up our sleeves – BEHOLD the Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni Pre-Order bonuses!

  • 8x gorgeous Art Cards featuring the ladies of Valkyrie Drive!

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Get ready for the 3rd person action game that will change the way you think of your weapons in games forever!
Features:

  • When two girls get it on – one girl turns into a super weapon
  • Wield your incredible pleasure powered weapons to take on hordes of enemies
  • Ultra-fast hack and slash action with a focus on stylish aerial combos
  • Power up your weapons by turning on your girlfriends
  • Weapons can be levelled up in strength up to 15 times – getting bigger and more awesome looking every time
  • Take your favourite girls into the dressing room and rub and touch to raise their levels
  • Choose between 7 playable characters to master
  • Return of the clothing destruction system – clothes get more ripped the more you fight
  • 28 Story Missions to tackle – with high quality anime visuals
  • Battle it out in arena based online multiplayer – up to 4 players

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Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni will weaponise women worldwide on PSVita on September 16, 2016!

Check #ValkyrieDrive on social media and follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/PQubeGames, and on Facebook at facebook.com/pqube/.

About Joseph Puntschart

A university student who loves niche games and desires for them to be more fairly represented in the world. Favourite games include Persona 4 Golden, Super Mario Galaxy, Kingdom Hearts II and IA/VT Colorful. Hopes that one day a Japanese publisher will take the risk and make a Yaoi ecchi game. Think Valkyrie Drive with guys and you're on the right lines.




  • Mr0303

    Yep. Preordered the collector’s edition from Rice Digital. I love Takaki’s work and I want to support PQube for their consumer friendly non censoring approach.

    • azariosays

      they tryna charge me 30 dollars for shipping!

    • j0eeyy_p

      Blame Brexit. It’s cheaper for exporters than importers in the UK at the moment, so it’s harder to profit on the free shipping they promised a while back.

    • Mr0303

      I don’t think Brexit has anything to do with it. UK is still officially in the EU and the new trade deals are not even negotiated.

    • j0eeyy_p

      The uncertainty caused by Brexit probably factors into it though. Noboody knows what is happening, and the incompetency of the UK government to invoke Article 50 (among other factors) probably has something to do with it.

    • Mr0303

      I doubt that there is any direct correlation between the said uncertainty and the shipping price of the game. If we apply Occam’s Razor it’s most likely an issue with the site.

    • nobitakun

      A complete lie. UK is very famous for outrageous shipping costs, and nothing related to their currency either. They just still think we still live in the pirate’s century, so even living 500km away from them they charge you like they were 10000km away, because, why not? they always thought they are the best EU country, doing always their own way. I hope someday the british part of the island sinks forever and they come for help, then we will apply taxes on our borders in order to let them come in.

    • j0eeyy_p

      I was using economic theory on exhange rates, though your obnoxious rant is correct about the shipping costs. Try buying from NISA Europe’s online store.

      Plus I live in the UK. Brexit is a massive mistake and hopefully people will wisen up and realise how much contempt the ruling Tory government have for anybody that isn’t poor, disabled, young, foreign or working class.

  • Dgnfly

    Day1 on the regular. i just feel the collectors editions for anime games are very underwhelming nowadays its always art cards or something flimsy.

  • j0eeyy_p

    I’m on the fence about this set as I’m trying to cut back on collector’s editions. Maybe if Black Friday sales are as good as last year I’ll get it. Defo getting the regular though.

    Now the other question I want to know is – are PQube also bringing over Net High and Uppers?