Senran Kagura creator retweets Nintendo Direct announcement

Today's Nintendo Direct could very well have some information on the Senran Kagura series. Kenichiro Taka, the producer of the Senran Kagura, has retweeted the announcement of today's Nintendo Direct. As we said yesterday, we usually see developers retweet Nintendo Direct announcements when they have some sort of ties to the presentation itself. Could we be seeing news of a new Senran Kagura game in the Direct, or perhaps localization info?

Senran Kagura creator talks about the Peach Ball presentation shutdown fiasco, says there's a 'good chance' the next Senran Kagura series will hit Switch

Senran Kagura series producer Kenichiro Takaki recently sat down with Inside-Games to talk about all things Senran Kagura. The interview started off with a snippet about the craziness that went on with the first big Peach Ball: Senran Kagura presentation.

For those who don't remember, the presentation featured both gameplay and real-life women who were scantily-clad. At one point, it seems things got too risque, and the presentation was shut down by YouTube. Takaki looks back on the experience in the snippet below.

“We did try to be careful not to get banned, but ended up getting banned in the end… which really isn’t good, but it made me a little happy [laughs]. When we got the ban people on Twitter were like ‘they got banned lol’ so then others were like ‘what, what?’ and then the viewer count for the side that didn’t get banned over at NicoNico went up a lot [laughs].”

Peach Ball wasn't the first Senran Kagura game on Switch, and it appears it wont be the last. When asked if the next Senran Kagura series would come to Switch, Takaki offered up the following.

“I can’t say anything concrete for now, but yeah, there’s a good chance.”

Senran Kagura producer doesn't have concrete plans for another installment on Switch, but can't rule things out

Senran Kagura producer Kenichiro Takaki certainly isn't done making Senran Kagura games, but he's not quite sure where the next installment will take him.

In an interview with Inside Games, Mr. Takaki was asked about plans for another installment on Switch. While he said there's nothing concrete in the works right now, he did state that he can't rule out a new entry on the platform.

Takaki actually said he'd like to work on something with more traditional gameplay mechanics, such as a shooter or action game. He also shared interest in creating an experience that was simple to play. Whether he means something new completely, or a Senran Kagura game that uses these features, remains to be seen.

Peach Ball: Senran Kagura × Animate Cafe collaboration revealed

I guess cafe collaborations to promote Peach Ball: Senran Kagura are going to be a reoccurring thing! The second Peach Ball: Senran Kagura cafe collaboration has been announced, and it's being held at Animate Cafe locations. The collab kicks off Jan. 17th, 2019 and runs to Feb. 26th, 2019. Just as last time, there will be Senran Kagura-themed drinks, meals, and special merch to grab. Check out all the goodies here!

Peach Ball: Senran Kagura - DLC set 4 footage

The 4th DLC set for Peach Ball: Senran Kagura released in Japan recently, and we ran through what the pack offered in an earlier post. Now we have some footage of the content to check out!

Peach Ball: Senran Kagura - DLC set 4 now available

A new DLC pack has been made available for Peach Ball: Senran Kagura. Here's what the DLC pack includes.

- two costumes, each in 5 different colors
- "Showgirl Hat" and "Showgirl Stick" items
- "Miwaku's pose" and "Gurusatsu pose" motion dioramas
- 5 different ball designs

Check out more screens here

Peach Ball: Senran Kagura promotional event being held at SEGA Collabocafe

Two SEGA Collabocafe locations in Japan are going to be promoting the recently-released Peach Ball: Senran Kagura in a multi-faceted campaign. Those who attend the events, which are being held in Dec. and Jan., will have all sorts of goodies to check out. Each location will have a special menu available with Senran Kagura-themed drinks, along with special coasters and can badges. There will also be a variety of merchandise for customers to purchase, as well as a lottery to enter. The grand prize for the lottery is a Peach Ball: Senran Kagura poster autographed by the voice actors from the game!

Peach Ball: Senran Kagura sold out at multiple retailers in Japan

Looks like Peach Ball: Senran Kagura is a hit in Japan. We know that first-day sales were 40% of the initial stock, which was definitely a good sign. Now we're hearing that smaller retailers have completely sold out of the game. On top of that, larger retailers have sold out of the Limited Edition bundle. This includes both their retail and online options.

Japan - Day 1 sales for Fortnite, Daedalus: The Awakening of Golden Jazz, and Peach Ball: Senran Kagura

We're back with another set of data on the Japanese retail side of things. Here's a breakdown of day-one sales for a handful of titles that just launched.


- 20%
- Switch version sold more

Daedalus: The Awakening of Golden Jazz

- 30%
- somewhat low debut, but not unexpected for the Jake Hunter series
- PlayStation 4 version sold more

Peach Ball: Senran Kagura

- 40%
- decent debut

Peach Ball: Senran Kagura - another round of footage

Enjoy chest-pounding pinball with the cute girls of Senran Kagura transformed into animals in a day-and-night amusement park.