Today Idea Factory International revealed a new trailer for the west of its upcoming crossover game Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars.
The trailer features the opening cutscene and introduces the cast. We also get to listen to the theme song “Utae Odore, Otome Wa Tsuyoshi” (which translates into “Sing and Dance, the Maidens Are Strong”) performed by Asaka.
You can watch it below.
Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars will launch in North America on October 26 and in Europe on October 29, exclusively for PS4.
You can also already pre-order the limited edition for $99.99 including the following.
- PS4 Game (with reversible cover)
- Collector’s Box
- The Art of Ninjutsu Hardcover Art Book
- Ukiyo-e Wall Scroll
- Steel Game Case
- Official Soundtrack
- Exclusive Trading Card
The game is a crossover between the Hyperdimension Neptunia series and Senran Kagura, finally bringing the latter back to consoles.
Gamninjustri – a place where all manner of ninjas gather. As the struggle for control increased between the Daimyos of the nations, tensions rose between the two great nations, each of which was home to one of the major schools of martial arts.
The Compa Style which has mastered the Ninja Arts based on the Command Technique. The Honeypa Style which has mastered the Ninja Arts rooted in the Action Technique.
The two camps were stuck in a ruthless competition of skill in order to achieve hegemony, but as they fought on, a mysterious army of mechanical ninjas made their assault.
The mechanical ninja army overran the smaller nations in an instant, and the Steeme Legion leader, Yoh Gamer, made an announcement to the world: “The Super NINJA War to decide the world’s strongest school is about to begin!”
If you want to see more, you can enjoy the first English trailer, another promotional video, the previous reveal with more videos and screenshots, more trailers, another promotional video and screenshots, another batch, the initial announcement.
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