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Senran Kagura Peach Ball Brings Alluring Arcade Antics to Switch this Summer

Time to go full tilt

 

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Remember when Senran Kagura Peach Ball released for the Nintendo Switch? Probably not, because it’s currently exclusive to Japan. Fortunately for you Western Senran Kagura fans, however, XSEED has confirmed that all of that is about to change, because Peach Ball will be hitting North America later this year.

The latest in an ever-growing collection of weird-yet-wonderful Senran Kagura spin-offs, Peach Ball will have players going full tilt in a unique pinball experience as they attempt to bring Asuka, Yumi, Yomi, Ryona, and Murasaki — all of whom have transformed into animal-human hybrids thanks to an experiment gone wrong — back to their senses by using the legendary peach ball. And, because this is a Senran Kagura game, things are sure to be… titillating.

Senran Kagura Peach Ball is slated to release sometime this summer for Nintendo Switch. Are you looking forward to polishing your pinball skills and racking up a new high score? Let us know in the comments below!

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