Like the other entries in the series, Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is full of laughs, charm, and literal boatloads of fan service. While the heart of Senran Kagura can be seen in this title, the gameplay ultimately feels dry and shallow. There’s a lot to love from this series, but this entry feels like one of the lower points, and suffers from many technical issues.
Peach Beach Splash takes on the form of a third-person multiplayer arena shooter, but still offers a fairly long single-player option. A lot of titles that go into this genre often pay little mind or complete abstain from the single-player, but the campaign is fully fleshed out in this title. With 5 different stories to choose from, there is plenty to experience in this game.
Peach Beach Splash follows the Shinobi girls participating in a water gun tournament to win “whatever they want.” The story itself doesn’t play a huge role in the progression of the game, and instead just sets the setting and the “why are we shooting at each other?”