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Kandagawa Jet Girls Coming This Summer


Created by the same creative minds behind the Senran Kagura series, XSEED Games’ adrenaline-fueled jet racing game Kandagawa Jet Girls will launch stateside for the PlayStation 4 and PC this summer.

The new hot sport of the future, jet racing has taken the waterways of Tokyo by storm and pays host to skilled and daring young athletes (dubbed Jetters) and their jet machines. These Jetters pair up with a Shooter that is armed with water weapons that have the ability to blast away the competition. To come out on top, these racers must wow spectators by building up their boost meter with aerial stunts, all while evading enemy attacks and dodging obstacles.

Players will be able to choose from the seven two-girl teams to race with, and will be able to learn more about these girls’ hopes and motivations as they progress. Players can also fine-tune their jet machine’s performance for additional power. Note that a single-player mode with 64 episodes of lighthearted racing drama and an online mode (with casual and ranked matches) are both included.

Learn more with the opening cinematic:

Kandagawa Jet Girls – Opening Movie

Senran Kagura’s Ryōbi and Ryōna will also be a part of the localized base game as a special gift to all players. For those looking for more Senran Kagura girls, Asuka and Yumi will appear later as premium DLC.

[infobox style=’success’ static=’1′]Source: Press Release[/infobox]

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