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Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune: Shoujo-tachi no Kyoen Delayed to September 16 in Japan

Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune: Shoujo-tachi no Kyoen

Compile Heart have announced a delay in the release date of Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune: Shoujo-tachi no Kyoen.

The game revives the action from the Senran Kagura games, with CPUs from the Neptunia series donning their ninja garb. Even a gender-swapped Goh from Shinobido: Way of the Ninja will be playable.

The game features nine characters; Goh, four girls from Senran Kagura (Asuka, Homura, Yumi, and Miyabi), and four girls from Neptunia (Neptune, Noire, Vert, and Blanc). The Neptunia girls can also transform into their HDD forms, akin to the Senran Karuga series’ Shinobi Transformations.

While originally slated for a August 26th launch in Japan, Compile Heart have announced a delay (translation: DeepL) to September 16th. The reason for the delay was not explained at this time, but Compile Heart stated they “sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our customers who have been looking forward to the release of this product.”

In case you missed it, you can find our previous report on the game’s main characters, mechanics, and more here. You can also find the second overview trailer here.

Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune: Shoujo-tachi no Kyoen launches September 16th in Japan for PlayStation 4.

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Image: Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune: Shoujo-tachi no Kyoen official website

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