Valkyrie Drive -Bhikkhuni- Delayed by Two Weeks
08/09/2016 Leave a comment
PQube have announced that their western release of Valkyrie Drive -Bhikkhuni- has been delayed by two weeks and as a result it will not be released until the 30th September 2016 (within Europe) and 11th October 2016 (within America).
An explanation into what has caused the delay has not been provided; however it is due to “unforseen technical issues” which pretty much covers anything from involved with the games production and localisation. It is disappointing to see the game receive a delay; however the PS Vita is due to receive a number of new titles within a short time-frame so it’s nice to see it ‘expanded’ a little.
For those unaware Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni is a new action platformer project by the creators of Senran Kagura and as such it combines busty brawling action and destructable clothing, which was previously seen in the aforemention titled, with a new aerial based combat system. You could say it’s an alternate spin on the Senran Kagura franchise whereby the girls become the weapons; but in any event it looks good and sounds quite entertaining.
- When two girls get it on – one girl turns into a super weapon
- Wield your incredible pleasure powered weapons to take on hordes of enemies
- Ultra-fast hack and slash action with a focus on stylish aerial combos
- Power up your weapons by turning on your girlfriends
- Weapons can be levelled up in strength up to 15 times – getting bigger and more awesome looking every time
- Take your favourite girls into the dressing room and rub and touch to raise their levels
- Choose between 7 playable characters to master
- Return of the clothing destruction system – clothes get more ripped the more you fight
- 28 Story Missions to tackle – with high quality anime visuals
- Battle it out in arena based online multiplayer – up to 4 players
For the time being at least Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni will be released on the 30th September 2016 (within Europe) and 11th October 2016 (within America) as a digital download and as a retail release.