The latest installment of the Onechanbara series arrives in North America today, giving U.S. PlayStation 4 owners all the blood-splattered monster-slaying bikini action they can handle. Granted they might not be able to handle much.
Sometimes prior to a game’s release, companies create a flash game tie-in and post it on the game’s official webpage.
When I picked up Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus: The Girls' Proof for my Vita, I was filled with existential dread.
Japanese games are well known for targeting a straight male audience with their overly sexualized (i.e., incredibly busty and scantily clad or moé) female characters. In some games, this fan service is the entire game’s focus.
In the past, the Senran Kagura series of games have been brawlers exclusive to the 3DS. But the newest iteration on the PlayStation Vita makes the game play more like Dissidia: Final Fantasy than an old school brawler or its 3DS cousins.
Last week, some folks paid Kotaku the kindness of noticing how...let's call it "progressive"...we've begun to lean over the last few months since I came aboard as Editorial Director. (Dan Bruno, in particular; I had other discussions on Twitter.) Often there was a criticism behind the compliments: Why does an…