Nintendo World Report: Ever since the original Senran Kagura: Burst, a game I’m still amazed was released in the West at all, I’ve been a fan of the Senran Kagura series. It’s not just because of the satisfying brawler combat or the boob-tastic gameplay gimmicks. Oddly enough, it’s the charming localization and surprisingly emotional, earnest storytelling that makes Burst engaging and memorable. I also picked up the Vita games Shinovi Versus, which expands the original’s character roster, and Bon Appetite, which is a challenging rhythm game. After the repetitious grind that was Shinovi Versus, I was worried about the newly released 3DS sequel Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson, but I’m happy to say that the two are quite different, and the latter is a far better game.