Last week in Los Angeles, I had the opportunity to catch up with Kenichiro Takaki, known in Japan as the “Bakunyuu Producer.” We talked about what he’s been up to, what games he plays, where he draws the line and GTA5, among other things.
What kind of ramen do you expect from a game that revels in ridiculous breast physics? I guess you'd expect something like this.
Steve Bowling, writer of our TAY community's review, was embarrassed to play ninja girl brawler and outrageous breast simulation Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus for the Vita. Imagine how I feel streaming it live. Update: stream complete and archived for your viewing pleasure.
Seriously, what were you expecting?
The ridiculous Senran Kagura series is getting a cooking-themed rhythm game for the PS Vita. The game's animated opening could be the most mental thing you'll see all day.
The original Senran Kagura was created because designer Kenichiro Takaki thought it would be a good idea to use the 3DS to look at breasts in 3D. Thrilled with the results, he made a sequel, and now that sequel is coming to North America this fall. Oh boy.
2013 is approaching the halfway point and this year, we've already seen several heavy-hitting game releases. Oftentimes it's difficult to choose a single game to buy out of several when you have a limited budget. The biggest and most influential factor in making a choice is usually other players' opinions.
When I picked up Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus: The Girls' Proof for my Vita, I was filled with existential dread.
Sexual fan service is hardly a new aspect of anime. While the most obvious are panty shots and boob bounces, few anime come without a shower scene, beach episode, or hot springs episode where the female characters—and sometimes even the male ones—are shown off in all their near-naked glory.
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.
Instead of just complaining about how ridiculous the digital breasts are in Vita hit game Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus, Japanese site Rocket News decided to compare them to real breasts. Eh...
The PS Vita isn't dead in Japan. Yet. Kidding! (Well, sorta.) Earlier today, the PS Vita's Japan-only price cut went into effect. Along with the cheaper portable, Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus (and its limited edition pack) also went on sale.Look! Even an old man showed up. (Though, I'm assuming he wasn't waiting…