Our reviewer Joe has made a review of the new “SENRAN KAGURA Burst Re:Newal” which is now out on PC and PS4. Here’s more: The core of Senran Kagura has always been a slightly surprising one. Whilst the series has often zeroed in on its base-appeal of school uniforms getting shredded to ribbons whilst the alarmed girl underneath moans and attempts to cover herself up, the gameplay...[Read More]
For the first time SENRAN KAGURA fans will be able to experience the fated rivalry between Hanzo National Academy and Hebijo Clandestine Girls' Academy students in full 3D environments with newly improved character models and cut-scenes. Shortly after release additional DLC episodes will be released that will reveal new details of Yumi and Miyabi’s histories prior to meeting Asuka and Homura.
Burst Re:Newal: Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal may well be one of the last Senran games of the series current form. Thanks to Sony’s stricter set of guidelines going forwards concerning titillating titles such as Senran Kagura, the art of the impossibly-bouncing-busts of underage ninja may well have a new vision when Senran 7EVEN releases. Which makes Burst Re:Newal – a remake of the very first Senr...[Read More]
Hi there. Today we’ve published a bizarre Japanese game for the Nintendo 3DS, “Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson“. Mostly the game is filled with young girls trying to … well here’s a snippet from the review: When it comes to gameplay, SK2 is likely to surprise you. Senran Kagura titles are deceptively deep brawlers, and Deep Crimson is no exception. Once you’ve made it t...[Read More]
In ‘SENRAN KAGURA 2: Deep Crimson’, fans can look forward to more fast-paced beat’em up fun with a host of eye-popping new features, returning character favourites, insane combo chains, hilarious cut-scenes and an abundance of tantalising action! SENRAN KAGURA 2: Deep Crimson is the western title for ‘SENRAN KAGURA 2: Shinku’ as released in Japan, August 2014. This new game continues directly from...[Read More]
Racking Up Points: I’ve been a quiet fan of Senran Kagura for a while now. When I first played the series I was sure I wouldn’t like it – it’s blunt and unashamed focus on the female form made me think that the game itself would just be an excuse for this ogling. Whilst I wasn’t entirely wrong, I’m happy to admit that Senran Kagura is more than meets the eye. Each title I’ve played in the series h...[Read More]