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.”