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Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash Videos Show Drenched Mode and Finisher

Marvelous Entertainment has posted two new videos on their YouTube channel detailing Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash’s Drenched Mode, as well as the Kunekune Finish.

Just a bit over a week before the premiere of Marvelous Entertainment’s ecchi water-shooter Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash, the company has revealed two new short videos show two of the game’s prominent features.

The first one, called the “Drenched Power-Up,” activates when a character becomes soaking wet either from enemy or ally fire. When the power-up is activated, that particular characters gets an unlimited supply of water to use for a limited period of time.

The Kunekune Finish allows you to disrobe your downed enemies with intense water gunfire by aiming at their breasts or butts. Depending on the water gun you use, you will be able to witness different downed posess of your soaking wet victims and even score some extra points.

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is slated for release in Japan on March 16th, 2017, exclusively for the PlayStation 4. Western and Asian releases of the game have also been planned. The game will be available in the usual regular and limited releases, as well as a special “Very Limited Nyuu Nyuu 5th Anniversary DX Pack” that will include the game, a special product card, a Nyuu Nyuu mousepad of Yumi, a special illustrated box by Nan Yaegashi, an artbook, soundtrack, and a special 5th Anniversary Commemoration Blu-ray containing the previous animated openings of the series.

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