Apologies if you do
Earlier in the year, we reviewed a hack and slash title by the name of Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star - think Dynasty Warriors set in cyberspace and you're kind of on the right track. If that sounds incredibly niche then that's because it is - but that doesn't change the fact that we thought it was a very fun and fast paced action...
Life's a beach
With summertime just around the corner, it's good to know that you'll still be able to visit bikini-ridden beaches without actually leaving the house. Yep, Marvelous has revealed that Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash will be making its way to Europe and Australia this summer on PlayStation 4. North America hasn't been mentioned yet,...
A match made in heaven
Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash – the Splatoon-esque multiplayer water pistol shooter from Marvelous – is getting Dead or Alive downloadable content because of course it is. The pervey soak-'em-up will see Marie Rose, Honoka, and Ayane join the fray in Japan for ¥700 a pop or ¥1,800 for the full set. You'll also...
Wet wet wet
Due out in Japan in just four days, Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is shaping up to be the most bonkers title in an already mental series. The game sees the cast of buxom female ninja head to the seaside in order to catch some rays and let loose with an arsenal of water guns. It's colourful, crazy, and not at all safe for work - and...
As you'd expect
Every time a new Senran Kagura trailer is released, the Push Square office despairs - but not because we've got something against the franchise. Indeed, the main worry is that anytime we decide to cover Marvelous' shameless series, we all know that one of us - even if it's just a thought in the back of your mind - is going to be...
Less ink more pink
The Senran Kagura series has never shied away from its shameless portrayal of buxom female ninja, but it's taking a step back from its hack and slash roots with Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash. The upcoming spin-off takes the ladies to the beach, where they don bikinis and soak each other with a range of water guns. We haven't...
Out in Japan next year with VR support incoming
Senran Kagura is back, and this time, it's moving away from the series' hack and slash roots. Revealed in an article by Famitsu, which has been translated by Gematsu, the wonderfully named Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is a third-person shooter that sees players partake in "exciting team...
On the up
We've known about Uppers for a while now, but this is actually the first time that we've caught the game in motion. A Vita exclusive that involves context-heavy combat, Senran Kagura producer Kenichiro Takaki may well be onto a winner with this one. You don't beat the snot out of your rivals purely for glory, though. As the video...
Survive and endure
Set two months after the events of the previous game, Corpse Party: Blood Drive sees Ayumi Shinozaki return to make amends for the havoc that she wrought. Ayumi is told if she returns to the Heavenly Host Elementary School and casts a spell from the magic grimoire, the Book of Shadows, then she can bring back her deceased friends...
While the PlayStation Vita may be looking bloody and bruised in North America and Europe these days, it remains a very viable format in Japan. And that's resulted in the announcement of a new game from Marvelous, which is a rad looking beat-'em-up from Senran Kagura producer Keinchiro Takaki named Uppers. In dreary anime fashion, the...
Take out the trolls
Online flame wars have become such a big part of our everyday life that it's a surprise no one has made a game about them before. Fortunately, there's Net High – a PlayStation Vita exclusive which sees you attempting to uncover the lies of idiots on the Internet in order to steal their Twitter followers. Or something. The...
You, sir, are a liar
There's a good chance that while you've never been in a real fight, you've probably engaged in the odd flame war from time to time. As we move into an age of introversion and social network skirmishes, it's strange that it's taken this long for the industry to parody it in a game. Fortunately, the intriguing Net High is all...
Don't believe his lies
People are idiots on the Internet, this much we know – but in Marvelous' just-announced PlayStation Vita adventure game Net High, you'll play as a character called Oreshi, who's attempting to expose the lies of those who fake their lives online. The game's literally just been revealed in Japanese rag Famitsu, so all we...
Fun in the sun
Summer is on its way and developer Marvelous is ready to get us in the holiday spirit with Senran Kagura: Estival Versus. The girls will be donning their swimsuits and getting involved in various water sports to show off the series' latest game engine. Airing on streaming site NicoNico at 12:00PM GMT (8:00AM EDT), it will show off the...
This video is weird – and for once we're not referring to the questionable contents of Senran Kagura: Estival Versus. Make it through the first 20 seconds of bouncing PlayStation 4 breasts, and you'll be greeted by a gaggle of gleeful Dengeki Online staff members, each making clutching motions in the air. Yeah, it ain't pretty. Keep your...
Senran Kagura is not exactly known for its subtlety, and this trailer for the forthcoming PlayStation 4 and Vita escapade Senran Kagura Estival Versus is no different. In addition to some seriously NSFW semi-nude ninjas, you'll get a decent glimpse at the game itself, including its 25 playable characters – and tantalising threads. For...
Great British Bust Off
If asparagus is an aphrodisiac, then Marvelous must have been chomping down the spring vegetable by the plateful when it conceived Senran Kagura Bon Appétit!. More or less Cooking Mama with ninja chefs, this rhythmic PlayStation Vita release sees you matching button inputs in order prepare a delicious dish for the depraved...
The announcement of New Little King's Story for PlayStation Vita came without any screenshots, just a mention that the game's characters would have 'more realistic proportions', something that struck fear into the hearts of fans of the Wii original. Now we have the first screenshots below showing it's still pretty faithful to the 2009...
As promised, this week's Famitsu has revealed a brand new PlayStation Vita game
The magazine has confirmed that Marvelous is working on a sequel to the popular (but under-appreciated) Nintendo Wii series, Little King's Story, for Sony's new uber-powerful handheld platform. According to Andriasang, the game's Japanese title is The King, The Demon King and the Seven Princesses: New King Story. Yeah..
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