PS4 Exclusive Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal Gets New Screenshots and Gameplay Videos

Mavelous Entertainment reveals new assets of the upcoming PS4 remake Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal, showing gameplay flow and waifus aplenty.

on October 19, 2017 5:35 AM

Todau Marvelous Entertainment released a new batch of screenshots and a few gameplay videos of the upcoming Senran Kagura Burst remake Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal.

The assets focus on the gameplay flow of the upcoming title. First of all, the player can select between the two schools involved in the story, enjoying it from two completely different perspectives.

The Ninja Room works as a base of operations and lets you change characters. It also enables costume swapping in the changing room.

As the story progresses you’ll be able to perform missions, and by completing them, players will also be able to challenge a higher difficulty level. The story itself is divided into three parts: narration, adventure, and action.

During the narration part, you’ll delve deeper into the story, and see lovely CGI scenes. During the adventure part, you’ll be able to watch conversations among the girls, and the action part is self-explanatory. You’ll enjoy exhilarating 3D battles.

You can check out all the screenshots below, alongside the videos. If you want to see more, you can enjoy some illustrations that happen to be quite unsafe for workthe first gameplay trailer, the first batch of character artwork and some screenshotsthe second batch, and the first footage from the original announcement.

The game will launch in Japan on February 22nd, 2018 exclusively for PS4.



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