Nintendo Switch Exclusive ShinobiRefle: Senran Kagura Gets Plenty of Screenshots, Shows Yumi DLC

ShinobiRefle: Senran Kagura is now out in Japan, and Marvelous shows off the game with plenty of screenshots, also revealing a DLC starring Yumi.

on November 23, 2017 8:16 PM

Today Marvelous Entertainment released in Japan ShinobiRefle: Senran Kagura for Nintendo Switch, and to celebrate, they released plenty of screenshots and a trailer.

We get to see the various types of reflexology that we can use on Asuka, starting from standard reflexology on her hands, used to establish a connection. Another form of standard reflexology can be used on her body, soliciting various reactions.

As her mood improves, “fabulous reflexology” can be used, essential for “healing her heart.” It can be activated when the “Special” icon appears, and it includes various “courses:” “Royal Course” uses hands, “Luxury Course” uses a roller, “Fantastic Course” uses a brush, and “ultimate Course” uses an electric massager.

Depending on player actions, the color of Asuka’s heart condition changes, and that will also change her reactions and the development of the story.

On top of that, we also get to see the extensive character customization that lets players change various parts of Asuka’s look and the first DLC that will bring Yumi into the game (for 1,000 yen, already available). At the moment the possibility of other character DLCs is unknown.

You can check out the screenshots in the gallery below, alongside the trailer. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy another recent batch, the first gallery of imagesand the first gameplay.

If you’d like to read more about  ShinobiRefle: Senran Kagura directly from the source, you should not forget to read our recent interview with Producer Kenichiro Takaki.

 /  Executive News Editor
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