Akiba’s Trip Hits PlayStation 4 On November 25th

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Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed will arrive on PlayStation 4 on November 25th, Xseed announced today. The PS4 version will include new features, including a Toybox Mode that allows the player to begin the game with one of every item.

 

It will also include a Visual Editor that allows you to change aspects of the game’s graphical look, and will offer livestreaming functionality as well. You can view a trailer for the PS4 version above.

 

The PlayStation 4 version of Akiba’s Trip will cost $49.99.


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