SENRAN KAGURA Peach Ball Coming to Switch and PC July 9th, Reflexions To PC June 24th

Published: May 30, 2019 11:20 AM /



Xseed Games has announced a new round of Senran Kagura spin-off games coming to the Switch and PC this summer. First up we have Senran Kagura Peach Ball which will be hitting the Switch on July 9th.  According to publisher Xseed, the plot for this entry in the series story begins when one of Haruka's experiments causes the other ninja girls to act like animals, and the only way to break the curse is via the Peach Ball, an artifact that happens to be the same size and shape as a pinball.


The game will feature a variety of modes and customization. These include a full story mode, customizable pinball tables, as well as a variety of minigames. Outside of all the pinball action, you'll also be able to take part in Diorama mode and the Dressing Room where you can get a better look at the girls from

Senran Kagura Peach Ball arrives on the Switch July 9th for $39.99, both as a digital download and a limited run physical release. The physical version of the game comes with both unique box art and a sticker pack of the cast in their animal forms. While both versions of the game will also launch with the Accessories Galore pack, free content which adds 30 new accessories to the base game.

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Also arriving on June 24th is the PC release of SENRAN KAGURA Reflexions. Previously released on the Switch in 2017, Reflexions sees the player helping Asuka relax via the arts of massage and reflexology.  Through these experiences, the player can bond with Asuka and progress through an eventful narrative with several different endings. The game will see release at a price point $9.99 for the base game, and $9.99 for each of 4 different DLC packs. A "Heart's Desire" bundle that contains base game, as well as all of its DLC will also be available for $59.99.

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