Senran Kagura 2 Heading to North America and Europe

The bountifully bosomed ladies are back for more ninja action.

By Andy Hoover. Posted 03/10/2015 18:30 2 Comments     ShareThis

Senran Kagura was an early 3DS game that garnered a great deal more attention for its cast of unrealistically proportioned lady ninjas than its gameplay. Well, it turns out the approach was plenty successful, as the game was given a sequel that will soon be finding its way out of Japan.

Unlike the first game, Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson will be released physically, in addition to being available to download through the 3DS eShop. The publishers, Xseed and Marvelous, are also giving you an extra incentive to pick up the physical copy: the first run of the game will be called the “Double D” edition. That title is obviously a reference to the fact that it comes with two disks containing the game’s soundtrack. What else could they possibly mean by “Double D”?

However, if you happen to live in Europe, you can also choose from a slew of special editions that are available through the game’s website. Among the options is the significantly less coy “Happy Boobs” Edition. Let me repeat that, the “Happy Boobs” Edition. Yep, that is officially a thing that exists, and I had to write it. If you have more money to spend, you can also opt for the Shinobi Collector’s Edition, which includes an oppai mouse pad. And yes, oppai is Japanese for breasts.

Senran Kagura 2 is scheduled for release sometime this summer in both North America and Europe.

Source: Nintendo Everything

2 Responses to “Senran Kagura 2 Heading to North America and Europe”

  • 129 points
    Silverspoink says...

    I imagine I would be far too… er… distracted, to play this game well.

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  • 1396 points
    penduin says...

    Has anyone here played this series? The whole “look! boobs!” thing makes it a little hard to take seriously, but I’m curious what the game underneath is like.

    I might have overlooked Code of Princess had I not learned it was the successor to Guardian Heroes. I did overlook Bayonetta until Nintendo published the sequel and spent some Direct time going into its mechanics and substance.

    So to anybody in the know: is it a mistake to write off Senran Kagura due to its bouncy presentation?

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