XSEED Announces Limited Edition For Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash

Friday, May 26th, 2017

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Senran Kagura Peach Beach SplashXSEED Games has recently announced a special limited edition for the latest spin-off title in the Senran Kagura franchise, Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash. Called the “No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service Edition”, it will retail at $69.99 with a bevy of goodies.

The Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash “No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service Edition” physical release comes with a Blu-ray disc containing a compilation of opening animations from previous Senran Kagura games, an art book, the game’s soundtrack on CD, and a DLC key that will grant the Soaking Wet High School Uniform costume, a set of colorful bikini costumes, the Futomaki Roll Bazooka special weapon, a Bebeby pet card, and a special set of skill cards.

About SENRAN KAGURA Peach Beach Splash
The summer of bouncy, high-flying hijinks continues for everyone’s favorite shinobi schoolgirls in SENRAN KAGURA Peach Beach Splash. They’ve fought rival ninja, evil masterminds, and apocalyptic demons from beyond the veil of sanity, but nothing in their lives has ever prepared them for… a water gun fight?! Summoned to a mysterious tournament with no choice but to duke it out for dominance, the nubile ninjas team up and face off, using ten types of water weapons to soak, splash, and steamroll their opponents.

In the single-player mode of SENRAN KAGURA Peach Beach Splash, players will choose a team of five from the more than 30 girls available, outfit them with customizable weapons and abilities, and then lead them into lighthearted water gun battles in a variety of combat arenas. Players can also go online to join their friends and take on opposing teams in 5-on-5 battles as well as survival matches. Attribute cards add another layer of strategy to the water gun war with over 800 cards available, providing improved weapons, unique skills, and summonable pets. Players can equip any combination of six skill cards and three pet cards per match for a combo their opponents will never see coming. Come on in; the water’s great!

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  • Panpopo

    I will have to think about this, but I will probably pass on this for now. I prefer multiplayer on PC, especially shooters, and when the game is released on PC it will be cheaper.

  • Mr0303

    That’s OK I guess. Kind of strange that this will be the only physical version.

    I wonder what Marvelous Europe will come up with. I’m kind of hoping for an oppai mouse pad.

    • DizzyGear

      I’m not fond of that habbit of XSEED that often the only psychical version is a SE that comes with a bunch of tat i don’t want but still have to pay for…

      Though NISA seems have picked that one of as well. And they also like keep them exclusive to their region locked store. Missed out on Rose in the twilight thanks to that bullshit.

    • Mr0303

      Yeah, it’s not a good practice. It forces people who prefer physical editions to pay extra. I’m not likely to buy a special/collectors edition of a game that I’m not sure I’d like. Some franchises like Senran Kagura I’m happy to support, but other individual games provide a more tough decision.

      As an aside I skipped Rose in the Twilight, because it was a sequel to htoL#NiQ, which I absolutely hated.

    • DizzyGear

      I honestly prefer normal editions for all games, even ones i’m a big fan of. Those SE’s eat up shelf space. And more often then not the extra tat just sits in the box forever wasting space after being looked at once.
      If i really want an artbook/soundtrack/figure i rather import them myself separately from CD Japan/AmiAmi/etc or something or buy the one of the translated Artbooks from Udon.

      I’m one of the few who actually liked htol#NiQ but i’m not gonna reward some fucking scalper on eBay to get my hands on on a psychical english copy Rose in the Twilight because of NISA’s bullshit. I’ll prolly end up just importing a Japanese copy since there’s not much text anyway.

    • Mr0303

      I don’t mind extra stuff related to the game since space is not much of an issue for me, but I don’t like the artificial boost of the price. I do agree that the physical copy of the game is the most crucial component and most people would just go for that.

      htol#NiQ had wonderful art, but had waaaaay too many issues in terms of gameplay and design. I finished it once and would never play another NIS game similar to it.