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The Boobs & Bikini Filled Senran Kagura: Estival Versus OVA is Airing on March 29th

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Marvelous has confirmed the date that we’ll be able to watch the Senran Kagura: Estival Versus – Eve Full of Swimsuits OVA.

The 30-minute original animation will broadcast (via AT-X) in Japan on March 29th, just a few days after the games themselves launch across both Playstation Vita and Playstation 4.

Here’s a synopsis of what kind of debauchery you can expect in the OVA:

The animation features 20 of the girls from the Senran Kagura series, and it kicks off with a letter arriving at the Gessen Girls’ Private School, inviting them to a spa resort for the day.

The four girls of the Gessen School were excited but Yumi was apparently skeptical. “No, this is completely evil!” she said, as she made notice that all four of them were procrastinating too much. “If we can’t agree, let’s play the boob version of rock, paper, scissors” said Shiki, as a suggestion. Shiki ended up winning, so off to the pool they went.

Things get interesting, however, as the ladies of the Hanzo National Academy, Homura Crimson Squad, and finally the Hebijo Clandenstine Girls’ Academy also came to the spa. “Let’s all enjoy this day together,” Asuka said while also declaring a temporary truce between the warring schools.

Things get out of hand when a small disagreement between Yumi and another girl leads to her suggesting they fight just like how their ancestors did, to finally decide who is the greatest kunoichi.

The Senran Kagura: Estival Versus – Eve Full of Swimsuits is going to also be released as a separate blu-ray, which is going on sale on April 24th, for 6,480 yen (tax included). If you’re considering importing the limited edition of Estival Versus, you should be aware it comes with a code to download the OVA as well.

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus is coming to both PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on March 26th.

Brandon Orselli

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