Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus has four-play

8:00 AM on 01.09.2013 // Josh Totman
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err...multiplayer

Senran Kagura, why have you not been localized and in my hot sweaty hands yet? Are you afraid that the market might not like you or understand you? It's OK, I am here for you...

*ahem* Moving on to something more real, Weekly Famitsu has revealed that the new game in the series will have four player multiplayer online support and local ad-hoc team multiplayer.

There are three seductive modes of play including: "Panty Scramble", "Strip Fight", and "Point Contest". "Panty Scramble" will consist of player vying to catch panties that are falling out of the sky within a certain time limit. Sounds about right. Next we have "Strip Fight" where players must attack each other to strip them of their costumes. Seems pretty straight forward. Lastly we have "Point Contest" where players will battle it out for the most points in a given time limit. Not the kind of "point" I was thinking of. I am disappointed in you Senran Kagura.

Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus will be released in Japan for the Vita on February 28th.

[via Gematsu]

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