Translated, it means “harutan sa tubig” (not really)
If you’ve heard of Senran Kagura, then you’re familiar with the wonderful and naughty world of sexy shinobi. This time around, game publisher Marvelous and developer Tamsoft, takes a huge roster of female characters, gives them an assortment of water guns, and some potentially hentai level cutscenes of their bikinis and swimsuits melting away. This is something that you probably should never play in front of your kids, your girlfriend, and most especially your wife.
There are single player gameplays (Single Splash), Multi-splash 5VS5 online-multiplayer battles, and even a Co-op Survival, where players are thrown together to protect a tower from waves of enemies.
Your bikini-drenching arsenal consists of different types of water guns with their own set of abilities. Each water gun has two modes the player can switch between. There are also melee moves that cause a lot of damage and have some form of knock back power, but they are quite difficult to pull off.
What most players will probably aim for is to execute a Drenched Power-up and a Kunekune Finish. This is when you get to soak the opponent in water while aiming at their breasts and buttocks. This also is the time when you can rip away either the top or bottom of their bikinis with the force of your water gun. Yes. But don’t get all too excited, there are little shiny censor spots to cover up the “essentials.”
What does make Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash interesting besides the obvious sexiness of the shinobi is the character customization through the use of equip cards that come in three types: weapon, skill, and companion cards. These are useful in making your shinobi stronger and better. You can acquire cards as rewards for clearing stages, and through an in-game store that sells ten-card packs.
Obviously, this shooter is meant for a more mature market. The sexy scenarios, the wrestling-againstgravity-and-physics boobs, and the eyebrow-raising voice acting and expressions, are all meant for some cheeky, raunchy fun. This probably won’t come close to the level of competitive gameplay that Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), Fortnite, and SOS Survival offer to hardcore gamers. Instead this is meant for those silly game nights with the barkada, the casual gamer, or honestly… the pervy otaku.
Grab a copy of this wet and wild game at Datablitz for around P3,795.00