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Kandagawa Jet Girls headed west on PS4 and PC this summer

Coming in from the excessive seas

It seems like the deep-diggers at GameStat have been on the cash, as XSeed Games has formally introduced that Kandagawa Jet Girls shall be getting a western launch this summer season, bringing all of its anime watersports motion to PS4 and PC in North America and Europe.

Based on Marvelous! multimedia franchise of the identical title, Kandagawa Jet Girls considerations an all-women’s jet-ski match, with a colourful roster of cute, gimmicky characters. Taking to the waves as “Jetters” are the ninja-trained “Ukai Surfers”, wild pop idols “Hell’s Kitchen”, and the titular “Kandagawa Jet Girls”, amongst different enjoyable anime-troped duos. Players will select one among seven groups and race their method via the story marketing campaign, or take a look at their expertise in opposition to different gamers in head-to-head on-line motion.


While XSeed Games has not provided a selected launch date, the writer has revealed a “Racing Hearts” particular version for the PS4 platform. This set will embrace a replica of the sport itself, a two-disc soundtrack, and a 60-page softcover art-book. This set is predicted to retail for round $60 USD, whereas the standalone version of Kandagawa Jet Girls shall be accessible for round $50 USD. As a bonus, the Senran Kagura Ryobi and Ryona DLC shall be included with the bottom recreation, with additional Senran Kagura DLC arriving post-release.

Kandagawa Jet Girls headed west on PS4 and PC this summer

Kandagawa Jet Girls will arrive within the west on PS4 and PC this summer season.

Kandagawa Jet Girls headed west on PS4 and PC this summer

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