PS4 Gets Free Senran Kagura Theme and Nostalgic Retro Dynamic Theme

The Japanese PlayStation Store has two new freebie themes for Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash and the 4th anniversary of the Arcade Archives.

on July 28, 2018 5:26 PM

If you’re always looking for new ways to decorate your PS4, the ever-delivering Japanese PlayStation Store has two new freebies for you. We start with Marvelous Entertainment, that released a new Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash theme.

The theme is being launched in order to celebrate the local release of the Sunshine Edition of the game, and can be downloaded for free from the Japanese PlayStation Store.

While it’s static, it comes with custom music, so it’s definitely not that bad. You can check it out in the video below.

If you like it, you can also find two more for purchase, but those cost 324 yen each. They can be found here and here. You can also take a look at what they look like in the gallery.

If you prefer less fanservice and more retro nostalgia, a second free theme was released by Hamster to celebrate the 4th anniversary of the Arcade Archives series. This one is fully dynamic, and those who like old arcade games will probably enjoy it. You can also see it in action in the second video below.

Do keep in mind that you’ll need a Japanese PSN account. In case you don’t have one, you can find out how to create it in our handy guide. After you downloaded and installed the themes, they will both be available for all your accounts, regardless of region, as long as the PS4 is set as primary.


 /  Executive News Editor
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