Summary: Senran Kagura isn't a particularly deep or compelling game, evidently, as the front cover consists of a faceless pair of breasts and not much else. Sadly, that is an all too accurate picture of the game itself - the game's main drawing point is fanservice alone with a lackluster beat 'em up underneath.
Summary: I was a little surprised that despite being marketed on the fanservice (and yes, it's there aplenty in all its wonderful glory), there is actually an engaging story, an interesting combo system, a ton of replayability and the soundtrack is awesome. I have one major gripe with the game and that's the framerate. The main hub is a stutterfest.
Summary: Framerate is the biggest let down for me, but blame Nintendo for that as well for releasing consoles that are always 5 years behind hardware wise. Shinovi versus runs at 60fps on Vita without too much trouble and is actually in 3D. This is 2.5D can easily dip into 15fps and is at best locked at 30. Besides that, you get what you can expect when buying such a game.
Summary: Fast-paced Gameplay isn't enough to save this game or the series. How it got the T rating despite girls with overly large jiggling rack having their clothes ripped off during battle until their nude with barely covering censoring as some kind of damage meter is an amazing mystery.
Summary: The gameplay is repetitive, there are framerate issues, the story is rather poor, and yet, somehow, I found it quite addictive. I shouldn't like this game, but I find that I keep coming back to it, there's something about the beat-em-up action that draws me in. If you don't mind the gratuitous t & a on display, it's actually quite fun.
Summary: A streets of rage of game rapped in a T&A visual novel. Nobody should be defending this game for being "deep". Its a beat em up with fetch quests. Its pretty fun game to play in small bursts. Thank goodness you can skip the story parts cuz the story is awful, and reads like self-empowerment message and softcore porn lol
Summary: A gaming UFO like Senran Kagura needs to be identified : it’s in fact a BTA with RPG elements (levels, stats, XP). Senran Kagura Burst is a second one that had been released in Japan, but as it contains the first game entirely , you're not missing anything. The various missions are quite repetitive and only the boss battle bring a little variety.
Summary: A great game were i get the fun in the different combo attacks against my enemies more than the Fan Service that gives, also have the opportunity to play the first game in this sequel gives you a great price game.