April 11, 2018 9:13 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Marvelous Europe have announced that they are bringing a new Senran Kagura game to the Nintendo Switch. Senran Kagura Reflexions does something much more different its previous iterations. This game focuses on the art of reflexology and massage. By using the motion controls of the Joy-Cons, you can “guide” your hands and massaging implements over certain parts of the Shinobi heroine Asuka’s body, like her hands and arms. Senran Kagura Reflexions will be coming to Nintendo Switch this summer.

Senran Kagura Reflexions Switch

Here is an overview of the game, courtesy of Marvelous PR:

 

SENRAN KAGURA Reflexions 

After brutal melees, rhythmic cooking contests, and shockingly serious water gun fights, the SENRAN KAGURA series is ready to take on the world of interactive storytelling for the first time and give players a chance to get to know the shinobi heroine Asuka in surprising new ways. SENRAN KAGURA Reflexions uses the unique properties of the Joy-Con™ to employ the art of reflexology and massage. Melt away Asuka’s worries and stresses by hand or through a variety of useful tools and explore deeper relationships than have ever been possible in the series before.

The advanced HD rumble technology provides a more realistic sense of interaction and feeling with Asuka, helping guide players to react to her signals and deliver some much-needed relaxation. Interacting with her in different ways will lead players across branching paths toward one of seven different story scenes and six unique endings—and that’s just for Asuka. Additional DLC characters including fan-favorites Yumi, Murasaki, and Ryona will be released after launch.

Developed by Honey∞Parade Games, Inc. and planned for digital release on Nintendo Switch™SENRAN KAGURA Reflexions will launch this summer.

Source: Marvelous Europe PR

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