PS4 Exclusive Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal Gets First Screenshots and Bonus Artwork [NSFW]

After yesterday's reveal, Marvelous Entertainment released the first official screenshots of Senran Kagura Burst and plenty of bonus artwork.

on August 2, 2017 7:01 AM

Following yesterday’s reveal of the game, today Marvelous Entertainment and its new studio Honey Parade Games presented the first official screenshots of the Senran Kagura Burst remake Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal.

The game abandons the 2D side-scroller style of its predecessor and was remade into a 3D action game, but of course the story remains the original one. The one difference is that Yumi will appear as a DLC character, with her own story depicting her encounter with Asuka as a prologue.

On top of the first screenshots, including one portraying Yumi herself in her new look for the remade game, we also get to see the sketch for the box art of the NyuNyu DX Pack collector’s edition, illustrated by Nan Yaegashi. The following six illustrations were created for the six “lovers’ straps” that will be included in the same edition as well.

Following, are sketches for the bonuses that will be provided by several Japanese retailers, including tapestries, towels, posters, and body pillow covers. As usual, in Japan those tend to portray borderline erotic themes (and this is Senran Kagura so…), so you should probably consider them not safe for work if you’re in the office. Unless your boss is a really cool dude, of course.

GEO and Koshin will go a different route, offering costume DLC codes for the girls in game, a GEO Idol Division Cheering T Shirt and a Tiger Girl outfit respectively. Their looks haven’t been revealed yet.

On top of Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal (of which you can watch the first gameplay) Marvelous also announced yesterday the mobile game Senran Kagura: New Link, the brand new PS4 game Senran Kagura 7EVEN: Shojo-tachi no Kofuku, the pinball game for Nintendo Switch Peach Ball: Senran Kagura, and showcased the opening cutscene and the first gameplay of ShinobiRefle: Senran Kagura, also for Switch.

 /  Executive News Editor
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