Neptunia x SENRAN KAGURA Heads to Switch and PC in Spring 2022

Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars on Switch


Neptunia x SENRAN KAGURA: Ninja Wars first brought its crossover action to PlayStation 4 in October, and the next stops are Nintendo Switch and PC. Idea Factory International confirmed Spring 2022 western releases for both platforms, with the Switch version to be available both digitally and physically in Standard and Limited Edition flavors.


The port adds in some new content, too, including the free Alternate Costume DLC for all characters and a brand-new difficulty setting that ups the challenge.  


Here's what you get in the Switch Limited Edition:



  • Nintendo Switch Game (with reversible cover)
  • Collector’s Box
  • The Art of Ninjutsu Hardcover Art Book
  • Ukiyo-e Wall Scroll
  • Steel Game Case
  • Official Soundtrack
  • Exclusive Trading Card


Here's a trailer for the original PS4 release:



Idea Factory International describes the action-RPG:


Gamninjustri – a place where all manner of ninjas gather.​​


As the struggle for control increased between the Daimyos of the nations, tensions rose between the two great nations, each of which was home to one of the major schools of martial arts.​​


The Compa Style which has mastered the Ninja Arts based on the Command Technique.​

The Honeypa Style which has mastered the Ninja Arts rooted in the Action Technique.​​


The two camps were stuck in a ruthless competition of skill in order to achieve hegemony, but as they fought on, a mysterious army of mechanical ninjas made their assault.​​


The mechanical ninja army overran the smaller nations in an instant, and the Steeme Legion leader, Yoh Gamer, made an announcement to the world:​​


The Super NINJA War to decide the world's strongest school is about to begin!


Source: Press release




Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. You can read his comics at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.

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