XSeed Games announced that the competitive culinary arts game for the PS Vita, Senran Kagura Bon Appetit!, is set to launch on Steam fir OC starting November 10th.
All Games Delta picked up the news that XSeed and Marvelous will give PC gamers an opportunity to digitally gestate Senran Kagura’s gastronomy-themed gaming extravaganza this fall for $29.99. The game will launch with all of the previously released DLC, along with a 10% off discount during launch week.
The game came out back during 2014, but likely ended up being overlooked by a lot of gamers due to the nonsense that pervaded the gaming industry with non-gaming journalists going full-SJW and hammering every game as sexist and racist. Those stupid idiots only made gaming worse for everyone, and in result a lot of titles like Senran Kagura Bon Appetit! were kind of left out of the loop.
Thankfully, XSeed is bringing the game back into the loop to make up for a bit of lost time and overshadowing by the other more ridiculous elements taking place in gaming two years ago. If you need a refresher course on what the gameplay is like, YouTuber justonegamr has a pretty slick combo video that you can check out.
The game is a music rhythm title where timing and reflexes are key. The game itself is similar to the movie The God of Cookery from Stephen Chow.
If you do well enough you’ll be able to rip up the clothes of your opponent, exposing buttocks and jiggly boobies.
I don’t know how justonegamr managed to not get distracted by all the bounciness bountifulness that was taking place while trying to put in all the button presses.
Anyway, you can look to get your hands on the game next month on November 10th. For more info feel free to visit the official website.