Conclusion: Senren Kagura: Burst is great in short 'bursts' of gameplay, but is it worth the social stigma of having something so blatantly perverted on your 3DS? I'm still trying to unlock everything after completing this review, so I guess it is.
Summary: 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. They did leave in the word "Burst" though, which is important. It's the perfect word to describe the game.
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. The story mode is fairly lengthy for a game of this genre and contains a number of optional missions in order to enhance it further.
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. You might have also spied images depicting their clothing in tatters, or witnessed one of the girls changing into her shinobi uniform--an event in which Burst 's characters typically stick out their fannies and...
Excerpt: Any gamer who has been around a while knows that there are truckloads of games made in Japan that never find their way to American shores. When it comes to "objectionable" content, there are some Japanese games you just know will never make it across the ocean. The Senran Kagura games, which feature female ninjas in various states of battle and undress, are some of the best examples.
Summary: With manga, anime and multiple games, the Senran Kagura series is certainly quite popular in Japan. And it’s no surprise really; it’s one of the most Japanese games you’ll play this year. A bunch of busty, high school ninjas wearing all too revealing outfits with clothes that can quite literally fall off. It’s one of those games that really shouldn’t see the light of day in Europe, but it has.
Excerpt: As one of God's chosen 'beautiful people', this writer knows the pain of being judged on looks alone. Analysis of the latest Mario game falls on deaf ears because power is being diverted to the eyes. Senran Kagura Burst is similarly cursed. So busy are gamers ogling/getting angry about the heroines' inflated proportions that they don't notice the attached arms and legs doing painful things to waves of incoming ninjas.