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A guest character for XSEED’s Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash has debuted with a short trailer.

Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash is a third-person shooter set in the Senran Kagura franchise. In modern day Japan where young girls are being trained to become powerful ninjas, many traditions take place to help them grow through rivalry. One of them is a water gun tournament, because why not.

The game features many characters from previous games but takes a step aside from its traditional hack-and-slash formula. Girls are no longer allowed to make use of their ninja arts and become dependent on a collection of guns with two fire modes each, a skill system tied to card collection, and some daring options for rewarding close-ranged attacks.

The game has been out on PS4 in Japan since March and was released globally back in September. To keep the game fresh, Marvelous Entertainment is providing new content in the form of DLC characters. Their newest addition to the cast is Super Sonico, a happy, energetic pink-haired girl.

This character is a little bit special. Like many other DLC characters for the game, Super Sonico is a crossover addition to the cast taken from a different studio. Designed by Tsuji Santa, Super Sonico is a mascot belonging to Nitroplus, originally created to promote their music festival “Nitro Super Sonic”. The character has seen a lot of popularity since then, receiving a dedicated manga, two games, and a 12 episode-long anime series.

A trailer for Super Sonico’s appearance in Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash can be seen just below.

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