Valkyrie Drive -Bhikkhuni- PS Vita Game's Promo Shows Characters in Action

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PS Vita game starring Aya Suzaki, Kanae Itō ships on December 10

The official website of Marvelous' upcoming Valkyrie Drive -Bhikkhuni- PlayStation Vita game began streaming a promotional video for the game on Tuesday. The video introduces the game's cast and shows them in action.

The game will ship in Japan on December 10 for 6,980 yen (about US$56) for the standard edition.

The limited edition "Nyū Nyū DX Pack" version of the game (pictured below) will include a specially-designed box, a visual book with character designs and other illustrations, an original soundtrack, a drama CD, and original packaging. The limited edition will retail for 8,480 yen (US$68).

Those who purchase first copies of the game will receive a DLC card for swimsuit costumes (pictured below) each with different motifs of the "Mermaid," "Bhikkhuni," and "Siren" islands depicted in the various entries in the multimedia franchise. Various shops such as Gamers, Animate, AmiAmi, Softmap, and more will also feature various bonuses such as mouse pads, bromide cards, or tapestries.

The "aggressive enormous breasts hyper battle" game will star:

Aya Suzaki as Rinka Kagurazaka
Kanae Ito as Ranka Kagurazaka
Yōko Hikasa as Momo Kuzuryu
Yumi Hara as Mana Inagawa
Ayano Yamamoto as Manpukumaru Chang
Yu Kobayashi as Viola
Risa Taneda as Koharu Tsukikage
Ai Kakuma as Echigoya

Meteorise is developing the game, and Marvelous serves as the publisher. Mana Kakkowarui designed the characters for the game, and Senran Kagura original creator Kenichirō Takaki is serving as the "enormous breasts" producer.

The Valkyrie Drive multimedia project also includes Marvelous' "beautiful girl sexy social game" Valkyrie Drive -Siren-, which will be free to play, but in-game items will be available at an additional cost. The Valkyrie Drive -Mermaid- television anime series starring Mikako Izawa and Yuka Iguchi will premiere on October 10. Funimation is streaming the anime as it airs in Japan.

Source: Dengeki Online

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