Female fighter 'Valkyrie Drive Bhikkuni' comes to PC this Summer

An in-game scene from 'Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni'. An in-game scene from 'Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni'. MARVELOUS ENTERTAINMENT

Releasing this Summer onto Steam from the publisher of the popular ecchi video game series, Senran Kagura, comes the all-female fighting game Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni.

Previously released for PlayStation Vita, the upcoming Windows PC release of Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni has been remastered to 1080p at 60FPS.  There is also support for Steam cloud saving, achievements, exclusive trading cards, backgrounds, emoticons, and badges to unlock.  Furthermore, the Steam version will have available all of the original's downloadable content.  The DLC covers a wide range of cosmetics and costumes, alongside characters such as Mirei Shikishima and Mamori Tokonome from Valkyrie Drive Mermaid.

Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni tells the story of a mysterious virus known as the A-Virus and the efforts to combat it.  The virus infects young women, transforming them into weapons known as 'Extars', or those that control 'Extars','Liberators' — however, the voluptuous Valkyries are infected with a unique strain, the VR-Virus, allowing them to take on either role at will.  The virus proves to be incredibly difficult to cure, so the Valkyries are sent to the sun-soaked Bhikkhuni Island for quarantine where a treatment is put into place.  By having the Valkyries engage in combat against one another, they can strengthen both body and mind to allow them greater control of the A-Virus.

There is no age rating information for the Steam version of Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni, but the original PS Vita version was rated "M for Mature" by the ESRB.

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