Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni DLC adds playable Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid heroines

Mirei Shikishima and Mamori Tokonome join the roster.

Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni

Marvelous has released a new set of downloadable content for Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni in Japan today, including playable characters Mirei Shikishima and Mamori Tokonome from the Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid TV anime.

Additionally, a new network battle mode has been added. “Melee Battle” sees up to four characters fighting on a shared stage. Players will battle each other as not to be knocked off the stage.

A host of other downloadable content was also released:

Costumes

  • School Swimsuit (300 yen)
  • Gym Uniform (300 yen)
  • Cheerleader (300 yen)
  • Shell Swimsuit (300 yen)
  • Costume Set (900 yen)

Accessories

  • Crescent Moon Earring in gold, silver, and black colors (100 yen)
  • Moon Drop Earring in red, blue, and gold colors (100 yen)
  • Ribbon Hair Band in red, green, and blue colors (100 yen)
  • Underwater Glasses in red, blue, and black colors (100 yen)
  • Headband in Red Team, White Team, and Blue Team variants (100 yen)
  • White Bread in white bread and toast variants (100 yen)
  • Bread Roll in bread roll and fried soba bread variants (100 yen)
  • Frill Cuffs in blue, pink, and Gothic variants for left and right wrists (100 yen)
  • Baton in Red Team, White Team, and Blue Team variants (100 yen)
  • Accessory Set #2 (750 yen)

Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni is now available for PS Vita in Japan.

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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