Senran Kagura Reflexions gets Steamy Today

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Senran Kagura Reflexions, the game that keeps making us ask why, is out today for PC. If you are the touchy-feely type than maybe you’re brave enough to take on XSEED’s latest adventure.

Launching globally for PC players this collaboration between XSEED Games and Marvelous is now available on Steam and it’s not exactly what you might expect from the battle series. Picking from the roster of characters that make up the Senran Kagura series, this title asks players to get to know a range of fearsome warriors in a more personal setting. This slice of life style adaptation challenges players to take part in a number of day to day activities, all in order to ease away the troubles of the game’s main protagonists.

A Different Story

Initially launched on the Nintendo Switchback in September 2018, Senran Kagura Reflexions doesn’t quite follow the franchise thus far. While the ninjas that make up the Senran Kagura franchise have always leaned heavy on the fan service, the anatomical fantasies form games like Senran Kagura Burst Renewal have always focused on some element of combat. The latest iteration of the series does away with this element, in favor of massages, water gun fights, and rhythmic cooking contests.

This new approach to storytelling finds players attempting to restore the memories of the central protagonist, with each choice diverging to one of six distinct endings. A range of other characters and their own stories are available through a series of DLC. The “Heart’s Desire” bundle, includes all girls and all other DLC. It is on offer for $59.99, €59.99, or £49.99. The base game and all DLC downloads can be found on the Senran Kagura Reflexions Steam Store page today.

If you are a fan of the Senran Kagura series and want to delve deeper into the personalities of its characters then it might be worth a look at the game’s Steam page. Otherwise, you can get a better overview of the franchise from the remastered Senran Kagura Burst Renewal which is also available on Steam.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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