Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash: No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service Edition (PS4) £39.94 Delivered @ Amazon Golabl Store via Amazon UK
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Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash: No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service Edition (PS4) £39.94 Delivered @ Amazon Golabl Store via Amazon UK

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Found 31st JanEdited by:"mixmixi"
Been watching this for over a week and seems it has now hit a reasonable price. The game is still around £20-£25 (have not seen it going under £20 yet). So, I went for this instead. Comes with the stuff below.

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The ninja girls of Senran Kagura are back for more in a whole new way, armed with water guns and all-new visual enhancements packed into a third-person splasher. Choose a team of five from the more than 30 girls available, outfit them with customizable weapons and abilities, lead them into lighthearted water gun battles against rival teams in a variety of 5-on-5 team-based combat arenas, or join your friends online and take on opposing teams. Come on in; the water's great!

The “No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service” edition comes with a Blu-ray disc containing a compilation of opening animations from previous SENRAN KAGURA games, an art book, a music CD, and a DLC key containing in-game contents Soaking Wet High School Uniform costume, a set of colorful bikini costumes, the Futomaki Roll Bazooka special weapon, a Bebeby pet card, and a special set of skill cards.

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Amazon rule of thumb suggest they will gradually increase the price per order placed. Just saying.
Might have gone for this if I hadn’t already plat and sold the game. Really nice set for the price!
For once I thought it was a nudist beach party
Can you still use the dlc from a uk psn account or would need us account? I know the disc/game is region free but unsure about dlc.
kyeung2 m ago

Can you still use the dlc from a uk psn account or would need us account? …Can you still use the dlc from a uk psn account or would need us account? I know the disc/game is region free but unsure about dlc.


You can only redeem it only on a US PSN account mate but I assume once downloaded, you can access it on the same console using your UK account.
Good price for this so heat added but bear in mind three (potential) issues:

1. You'll need a US account to redeem the DLC code.

2. Further to this, you'll need to download any further DLC from the PS Store through the US one as UK DLC won't work with a US Game.

3. The Blu-Ray (not the game, the accompanying bonus Blu-Ray) might or might not work in your player/PS4. This one is a big "might" but it's worth thinking about as whilst most Blu-Ray disks will thankfully play anywhere, there are still some exceptions that will be region locked.

(Extra point not worth a number, the box-art varies quite significantly between the NA and EU ones but I don't know how many people will care about that one.)

It's a fun game though with an easy, albeit extremely grindy platinum.

EDIT: On the comments submitted whilst I was typing - Yes, you will need a US account for the DLC but so long as your PS4 is set as its home PS4 you can use them on your main account without having to have the alt logged in or anything.
Edited by: "Vladimir" 31st Jan
I must remember to clear my browsing history after looking at this...
DLC key containing in-game contents Soaking Wet High School Uniform costume

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I think this will only appeal to collectors since the games main focus is it's online and the online was dead within it's first week due to terrible servers.
WeskerLives6 m ago

I think this will only appeal to collectors since the games main focus is …I think this will only appeal to collectors since the games main focus is it's online and the online was dead within it's first week due to terrible servers.


Main focus is the online play?! No, I disagree. Senran Kagura series have never been focused on multiplayer and any game in the series has had the same issue with multiplayer dying shortly after release not just this one.
mixmixi41 m ago

Main focus is the online play?! No, I disagree. Senran Kagura series have …Main focus is the online play?! No, I disagree. Senran Kagura series have never been focused on multiplayer and any game in the series has had the same issue with multiplayer dying shortly after release not just this one.


I would definitely describe this game as a multiplayer game, would you describe Splatoon as a single player game? Because Splatoon's single player campaign is pretty much the same as this games infact I remember making that comparison several times, it's sole purpose is basically a 5 hour tutorial and a method of gearing you up for pvp.
WeskerLives1 h, 49 m ago

I would definitely describe this game as a multiplayer game, would you …I would definitely describe this game as a multiplayer game, would you describe Splatoon as a single player game? Because Splatoon's single player campaign is pretty much the same as this games infact I remember making that comparison several times, it's sole purpose is basically a 5 hour tutorial and a method of gearing you up for pvp.


Ermm... No, Splatoon is mainly focused on multiplayer but then what does it have to do with Senran Kagura?
mixmixi1 h, 21 m ago

Ermm... No, Splatoon is mainly focused on multiplayer but then what does …Ermm... No, Splatoon is mainly focused on multiplayer but then what does it have to do with Senran Kagura?


I was saying they're similar content wise. All I'm saying is if someone buys this game for the single player content alone just prepare to be disappointed as there's only about 5-7 hours worth of content, most of which is recycled over and over. The online modes were really fun to play which is where I spent most of my time with the game since the single player content was so short.
WeskerLives7 m ago

I was saying they're similar content wise. All I'm saying is if someone …I was saying they're similar content wise. All I'm saying is if someone buys this game for the single player content alone just prepare to be disappointed as there's only about 5-7 hours worth of content, most of which is recycled over and over. The online modes were really fun to play which is where I spent most of my time with the game since the single player content was so short.


Fair enough. That’s your point of view. I have not played this but platinumed the previous one which took me 25hrs worth of single player. I mean there were a ton of girls you had to play as in order to plat the game.

Also according to here it takes 12 to 30 hours to finish peach splash. Maybe you mean 5+7 for the main story?

howlongtobeat.com/game.php?id=43230
Edited by: "mixmixi" 31st Jan
Peach Beach Splash is totally different to the previous games. I'm a big fan of the old ones, spent ages on Estival, but this one is pretty rubbish. The comparison to Splatoon is spot on, it's hugely inspired by it (and is nowhere near as good). No hack 'n' slash action, just rubbish water pistols.

Avoid, get the older ones.
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