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Asuka’s Grandma Also Has A Younger Form In Senran Kagura: Estival Versus

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Senran Kagura: Estival Versus will feature various characters that get together on the summer island, where they’ll have fun and shed some tears along the way. 4Gamer shows us more from Asuka’s grandma Sayuri, and the game’s multiplayer modes.

 

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Sayuri is Hanzou’s wife and Asuka’s grandmother. They say that she’s strong enough to even have Hanzou tremble in his boots, but in the end, she’s kind to Asuka.

 

Sayuri has been traveling around the country with the Mikagura sisters as a priestess for the Kagura Thousand-Year Festival. Kurokage used to fight with Hanzou on a regular basis, as they both had feelings for the once dashing woman.

 

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The above is a look at Sayuri in her Shinobi Tenshin form. While in this form, she goes by the name Jasmine, and not only do her clothes change during this form, but she also transforms into a younger form so that she can be at her best. She uses her long pipe and its smoke as her weapon.

 

Here’s a look at Senran Kagura: Estival Versus’ multiplayer versus modes.

 

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In Point Battle, you’ll get points by hitting with certain attacks or taking out opponents. The one that gets a certain amount of points first, or the most by the time runs out, wins.

 

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The Panty Collection Battle is where you’ll find panties all over the stage. Players can drop panties if they take attacks or get defeated. By getting a certain amount of panties or having the most when time runs out, will result in a victory for the player.

 

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As the name implies, Capture the Brag is basically a capture-the-flag game, where you’ll have one big “Bra Flag” which collects more bras as the playing holding the flag defeats enemies. Each bra adds to the player’s strength, and the winner is decided by whoever gets a certain amount of bras first, or by having it when time runs out.

 

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus will release in Japan on March 26, 2015 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

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