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Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash - No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service Edition - PlayStation 4
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- Water, Water Everywhere - Water powers not only the girls' weapons, but their state-of-the-art hydro-jetpacks, which are used to fly and slide around each large arena at will
- Arm allies with an Aqua arsenal - your water Warriors charge into battle equipped with any of ten different water weapons; upgrade individually, or go online for 5-on-5 team battles
- Stack the Deck your way - players can equip any combination of 6 skill cards and 3 pet cards per match for a combo their opponents will never see coming
- Become Bosom Buddies - Customize each character's outfit, but be forewarned that it may not be fully intact (or opaque!) by the time the match ends
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The ninja girls of Senran Kagura are back for more in a whole new way, armed with water guns and all-new visual enhancements packed into a third-person splasher. Choose a team of five from the more than 30 girls available, outfit them with customizable weapons and abilities, lead them into lighthearted water gun battles against rival teams in a variety of 5-on-5 team-based combat arenas, or join your friends online and take on opposing teams. Come on in; the water's great! The “No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service” edition comes with a Blu-ray disc containing a compilation of opening animations from previous SENRAN KAGURA games, an art book, a music CD, and a DLC key containing in-game contents Soaking Wet High School Uniform costume, a set of colorful bikini costumes, the Futomaki Roll Bazooka special weapon, a Bebeby pet card, and a special set of skill cards.
Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash
The summer of bouncy, high-flying hijinks continues for the girls of Senran Kagura! They've fought rival ninja, evil masterminds, and apocalyptic demons from beyond the veil of sanity, but nothing in their lives has ever prepared them for a water gun fight.
Summoned to a mysterious tournament by its shady organizers, the buxom shinobi students team up and face off, using all kinds of water weapons to soak and splash their opponents. As they rise through the tournament brackets, they'll uncover the secrets behind the organization － secrets that hide an ever-growing threat to Wait, what? Sorry, I was watching all the splashing.
Join more lovely ladies than any previous Senran Kagura title for a slip-sliding, soap-splashing, squad-on-squad showdown.
Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash - No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service Edition
Includes art book, music CD, Blue-ray compilation of opening animations from previous games, and bonus DLC content.
Downloadable Content Includes:
- Soaking Wet High School Uniform costume.
- Futomaki Roll Bazooka special weapon.
- Special set of skill cards.
- Bebeby pet card.
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I will go with Pros first and comment that I love the pace of the game. It is fast going through both story and online mode. There is a story mode for all four of the schools along with the overseers which reappear from EV. Even though the girls heart mode is absent from this game, it is replaced with the "paradise episodes" which is actually a good place to grind for cards to level up girls, guns and cards to max. That said, leveling up is easy and you don't have to play online to do so. All leveling up can be done through story mode, survival, cups or paradise episodes. Basically you can get all the trophies without having to go online and in my opinion it is a very easy platinum. Yes there is fan service as always and I still feel that SK blends in good humor with their own drama. I don't want to give any spoilers but this game seems to be a continuing s/u for a additional game as it seems to me from EV. Currently you will hear something at the end of the story about Senran Kagura 7. From the short scenes you see in my opinion I think SK maybe going back more to their roots as in Burst and Deep Crimson 2.
Additionally there are several guns to use and cards are used in the game for offensive means, protection, healing and positive/negative buffs-nerfs. In the end, all the girls are almost identically the same. The only major difference is if you try a physical attack in which some characters movement is faster or covers an attack area differently. That is pretty much the only difference. With s/u of pet cards and offensive/defensive cards, you can have various builds you want. Honestly certain cards go better with certain guns. The dressing room returns and as always you can change your characters appearance with decent amount of detail. Everything also you earn moves over into online as well. With online you now have the option for local and global matches. At this time JP is not added to the global but Europe is. You have options of 3v3, 5v5 on ranked matches, free match (can set up what every game mode you want) and co-op survival. You will see the match type will be knock out (team battle), squirmy finishers, queen of the hills and capture the bra. Note that ranked matches will randomly select match type whereas in free matches you can choose.
Now this all leads me to the negative which is why I rate this game 3 stars out of 5. The servers are not very good. I see too many players disconnecting and I have even had some disconnections despite me having good internet. Most players you see will have 90% of the time have 1 bar or none on connectivity and the other players will see you the same as well. 10% of the time you may see a player with 2 bars. If you play online local maybe your best option as disconnections are less common then on global. If you get disconnected you won't suffer a loss on rank but you will lose any winning streak you had which gives you extra points earned.
Depending on your point of view match making may not seem fair. Really, a person could be maxed out as a beginner and take down higher level players. Still it does discourage some players to have a team of 4th and maybe 5th tiers looking across at masters and 1st tier players. Some players see this and decided not to stay and that can cause wait time for a game to start. Additionally if they bail before the match begins, their team gets a cpu and puts them at a big disadvantage. I will add that people should have an option to choose to commit to a game if they want to or not. It's not fair as some players pop in and have no choice to play the game because it counts down to start automatically.
Continuing with my online disappointment is that you can't send direct game invites to friends or s/u up a private match. Your only option is with Survival in which you can make a password and I think you can do that as well with free match. So it could be random luck if you want to team up with friends because you maybe just battling each other more then teaming. Honestly that would be your preference. It just always seems I have one friend miss out when we try to team.
Disconnections happen so much more now the global! I occasionally get disconnected but other players have and it is unfair to teams. Yes I have benefited from it but I also have been ripped off by it too.
Split decisions do not happen and can be unfair. There is always a winner regardless if there is a tie. I've literally tied up a capture the bra game at 3 to 3 and my team won at that last second when we had been trailing 90% of the game. I've had people say its because of the knock outs but I do not agree. I have won splash queen when I had a horrible game knocking out one person and getting 2 squirmy finishers when someone else deserved it more. On the other hand I played great and did not get a MVP even though I never got knocked out and I KO 4 or more. Some players work their butt off trying to get the flag to score or grab pillars on queen of the hills for wins and never reach the MVP stage even though they were the big reason for the team winning.
Lastly, the most frustrating part is the player base which is bare bones. It is near impossible to get 5v5 anymore and wait times take forever on 3v3. Only a select few play the game almost non stop so you don't get a variety of players. The online was outstanding the first week but it is over now. I've tried getting groups together but then most want to play global and then they d/c so that ends those attempts quickly. The story mode is not enough to carry this game for replay value and it cannot afford to suffer in multiplayer. I want to have hope but I'm getting close to shelving this game. Honestly if it had a player base, I think you would enjoy this game but currently I am having a hard time just thinking of recommending this game to anyone if they like multiplayer.
I will note micro transactions are back but with gaming now, that is the norm so it's up to you if you want other characters or items. I will tell you buying other guns is a waste of time as their is no difference with them other then looks. If you get anything thing, pick the dlc cards as they are stronger and have faster load times.
In the end, I suggest rent first. Your only options is buying this edition of the game or getting it off the PSN network. The additions with this game are nice but as always they are nothing compared to the Japanese versions.
Again I suggest, rent first.
As for the product itself, it’s another high-quality, premium release we’ve come to expect from Based Xseed. Chipboard presentation box, standard case with a nice reversible cover and game manual, beautiful artbook, plus a booklet-type case that holds a soundtrack CD and Blu-ray disc of every game’s (so far) opening animation. For a price point only slightly higher than a standard game, it’s definitely worth it, especially if you can get it for a discount. All hail TakaKen.
The gameplay is not great either, there is really no point in using anything other than the Assualt Rifle and upgrading more than one card is not worth the grind. I have completley finished 2 of the 4 story arcs (20 missions) receiving one pack of cards after each mission, and I only have 2 weapons upgraded to level four. There are about 7 or weapons so yeah... Not to mention power cards and character cards which can be upgraded as well.
The story mode is surprisingly good for the single player experience as is the tournament mode for those who either don't care for multiplayer or need a break from it, so far during my time I've noticed not a lot of people are playing this online so I've had to wait a bit before finding players if I haven't given up and moved on. The few times I've played against others it has been a ok experience as the range of players go from "first time to the series" to usual multiplayer shenanigans.
The extras for this collector's edition are good for the price you pay for as you get a blu ray that has the intro to all of the previously released games in the series, a soundtrack and a mini art book where mileage may vary on images in that book that should have been the cover to the US games or that "I Seriously Can't Have That As Box Art".
Fun game to have no matter which edition you purchase