Summary: Senran Kagura Burst is the ultimate guilty pleasure if there ever was one. The beat-’em-up combat emphasizes dodging and air combos to succeed, and remains addictive throughout the duration of both story campaigns.
Summary: How much can you forgive a game with gratuitous amounts of fan-service? Can you look past somewhat shallow gameplay that's more about titillation than innovation? Then boy do I have the game for you, though if you are a fan of XSeed games then you already know what I'm talking about.
Excerpt: Perhaps you've peeked at a few screenshots of Senran Kagura Burst . I'm sure the first thing that caught your attention was the abundance of female characters with enormous bosoms, most of which can be seen either engaging in chatter or clutching deadly weapons.
Senran Kagura Burst Review: Here Comes the Fanservice
21 November 2013
Excerpt: The Senran Kagura series is internet famous. Though Senran Kagura Burst is the only installment to make it out Japan, and only just launched on the eShop last week, the series has a devoted following of fans who have been begging companies to take a chance on a US release.
Summary: Make sure to brush your teeth afterwards Senran Kagura Burst didn't receive a new, localized name when it was released on the 3DS eShop. That's kind of a shame, as a more comprehendable title for English speakers might have gone a long way to communicate what the game is about to its new audience.
Summary: Senran Kagura certainly has its issues - an inconsistent framerate, repetitive missions, and a sketchy, ecchi aesthetic that's likely to turn off as many players as it turns on - but it delivers an intoxicating blend of quick, combo-heavy combat that's an absolute blast to play.