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Peach Beach Splash “Now With VR Support!”




A new update for Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash has offered owners of the title some new DLC characters as well as support for PlayStation VR, allowing them to ogle their buxom shinobi and get up close and personal so as to better fantasize about their fictional existence.

The game’s dressing room and diorama mode are the only modes compatible with virtual reality, though fans may argue that those are likely the only important parts – the new DLC characters are the protagonists of Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni; Rinka and Ranka Kagurazaka:

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is available in Japan as well as the west for the PS4 now.

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    • No. The technology in SAO looks far more advanced than what we have today. They’re not physically aware of their surroundings while playing the game if I understand correctly(They mention too in Gun Gale Online).

      It’s like you’re consciously controlling your character or something. Rather than using a control pad.

      They call it Full Dive Virtual Reality.

      • Not that far advanced, various militaries have it at least a decade ago, as do various individual educational and research institutions, just not enough potential early adopters to make it economically feasible atm. Will have to wait till VR to really mature, cost and mass manufacturing wise, before this becomes possible.

        Hologram 3D screen & headsets for PC & Laptop were at least a decade old too, even more immersive than the latest VR headsets or 3D movies, if you don’t have motion sickness, only that it costs a shat ton, about 10x more than VR headsets. SAO-style headsets will probably costs even more on mass production run in the foreseeable future, even if mass produced by competing Asian makers.

        • Fulldive is more about tricking your brain. This is why everyone playing SAO etc is laid in bed. The headset basically allows you to control your ingame character with your brain(Essentially thats your body) and it keeps you from moving irl.

  • I was wondering what they meant by VR support, I was like no way, this game doesn’t run smoothly enough to support it. Makes sense that it is limited to the dressing room.

    I want those DLC characters