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Akiba's Trip 2 knocks more than socks off


3:00 PM on 10.27.2013



Acquire's Akiba's Trip 2 is a demon destroying beat'em up where you literally beat the pants off your enemies. The latest video for the title showcases... well it showcases exactly what one would expect from a game where you beat the pants off your enemies. 

Slated for a November 7 release in Japan, the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita action-adventure romp currently has no plans to come stateside. But hey, we are getting Senran Kagura Burst via XSEED later this year. 

So there's hope... right?








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