Why the breast-emphasizing game Senran Kagura will probably not come to the US. Click to read more.
lol, this game
Is anyone really surprised?
Epic picture. Boob cushions.
This is sposed to be an opinion article, not fact. Yes, its true that Marvelous is trying to bring it to the US, just looking for someone to publish them. However, with the US standards on stuff like this, it is very unlikely in my opinion.
Well, Catherine made it over, and thats pretty different than what the US market is use to. Anime graphics, and the game was based upon morals, ect, and that still came over here, and in fact, was Atlus' best selling game to date. It should come over, but I hope it does in a timely manor. It does have a hurdle though. The few seconds of gameplay look solid, but we'll find out more in the coming weeks. IIRC, the 19th of this month is when it comes out. Besides, in Ghosts 'n Goblins, a Man loses his cloths, lol.
Yes, this is true. However, Catherine was DIFFERENT, not obsene. Catherine wasnt exactly like other Japanese games of this callibur. Catherine had anime, and a system that works on Morals. That isnt bad. Senran Kagura basically plans to sell itself on the fact that the girls wear skimpy clothing, and have bigger than 80cm breasts that are very well animated, Lol. They are totally different, Lol.
lol, yeah, the boob physics look very weird for this game. It looks like there are invisible hands always feeling them up. Also, here is a weird quote from an interview: "When you say to yourself, "so that's a cute girl" and "so this what man like", you have learned something. And you think, I want to become like this girl!"
WELL, I can honestly say ive never wished I was a cute girl.....thats a little bit messed up.....
Europe like boobs, bring 'em there! :D :D :D
I never understood the Americans obsession with nude bodies. Violence in films and games is fine, put a pair of tits in front of a yank and they shit bricks! Obviously not all, but it's a cultural thing.
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