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Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed Bares All on PS4 in Europe Next Year

Posted by Nicola Hayden

Leaving us hanging

It's safe to say that Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed has caught our attention with its reckless stripping and bizarre plot involving sun shy vampires. While coming to the PlayStation 3 and Vita this August in North America and October in Europe, those of you in the US will need to wait until later this year to sample this saucy brand of action on the PlayStation 4. However, if you want next-gen stripping in Europe, you'll need to restrain yourself until next year.

While no firm release date is announced for either region, it's safe to assume that the European version will undress in the first few months of 2015. Consequentially, as irresistible as it may look on the PS4, we're not sure that we can hold back that long. Are you going to wait for the next-gen version, or are you going to give in to your desires? Spill the beans in the comments section below.

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User Comments (4)



MadchesterManc said:

Spoke with NISa and it seems we'll be getting a physical release in the EU on Ps4. I think I'll be playing this on the big screen then...



Fire-and-Water said:

I really hate this game and everything it stands for, and anyone willing to buy it. So I treated it like every other game that I hate this much and looked it up and found out that it was being developed by Acquire... That's beyond sad. Anyone remember those guys? Tenchu for the PS1? Shinobido for the PS2? Way of The Samurai? Ok now I'm pushing it those were horrible. But I played most of these games since I was 6 years old. Even played Samurai Western. Now they're doing this.. Preetty sad eh?



NamelessAndi said:

@Fire-and-Water As a fan of Tenchu, Shinobido both on Ps2 and Vita & the WOTS series I would hardly say they were horrible. They have also recently developed Mind Zero which came out to decent sales and a mixed bag of reviews.

Saying this I don't expect a reply as you "Hate" people who like something other than the norm & everything we represent

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