Uppers from the Producer of Senran Kagura is Coming West

Thursday, August 16th, 2018

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Marvelous Europe announced they will be bringing Senran Kagura producer, Kenichiro Taka’s , Beat-em-up Uppers to the West!  In this Third Person Brawler you will have to be a bad ass to win over your harem of cuties. The game was originally released on the Vita, but is being remastered for the PlayStation 4 and Steam with 1080p graphics and 60 FPS gameplay.

Set on the otherwise deserted island of Last Resort, Uppers pits you in perpetual combat against battle hungry bandits who freely stalk the island looking for trouble, accompanied by a harem of thrill seeking girls determined to see their beaus as the victor. It is your mission to take one of the 13 playable fighters through the myriad of street battles to impress and win over the watching girls, who will issue challenges along the way but reward you handsomly for your efforts.

Experience the game like never before – Uppers is fully remastered in 1080p and 60fps, with native support for even higher resolutions, and offers full text localisation for English, French, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.

PQube games have confirmed a physical release for Europe, but there is no word on a physical North American release.

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