Senran Kagura Bon Appetit, Coquettish Culinary Game Now Available On Steam
Senran Kagura

If you want some super sexy gastronomic showdown action to bide your time in the world of digital entertainment, Meteorise and Xseed Games’ Senran Kagura Bon Appetite! Full Course is currently available on Steam for $29.99. However, for the first week of its launch, you can get the game for 10% off the normal purchase price.

The game features players taking control of one of the kunoichi’s from the rival school of ninjas, but instead of battling against hordes of enemies in hack-and-slash, beat-’em-up action, players will duke it out in the kitchen for top honors in the culinary arts field.

Players will partake in music-rhythm showdowns where they’ll attempt to prepare a course by putting in the proper button combinations in order to defeat and strip their opponent of their clothes. The match ends when the opponent ends up naked and covered in food for the ultimate humiliating defeat. Best of all, PC gamers won’t have to worry about censorship spoiling the fun, as pointed out by Censored Gaming.

The core game includes three different game modes and all of the additional DLC that originally released on the PS Vita version of the game. You get the Story Mode, which progresses through the main narrative of the game featuring the elite ninja school girls; there’s the Free Mode for people who simply want to customize their game and play to their heart’s content; and then there’s the Arcade Mode with online leaderboard support, so that you can battle for the top spot online.

What’s more is that there’s a dressing room customization feature so you can outfit the girls in the kind of clothes (or non-clothes) that best suit your tastes in tantalizing cutlery when engaging in culinary activities.

You can learn more about Senran Kagura: Bon Appetit! Full Course by visiting the Steam store page.

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  • C G Saturation

    Looks fun, but rhythm game, huh. Don’t care about the fan service either, but I’d like to see more cooking contest games with more interesting gameplay. Haven’t gotten around to trying it yet, but Overcooked seems nice.

    When I was little, I played a cooking game where you’re a robot chef (I think), and people place orders that you have to look up and cook via listed recipes. I think it was called The Big *something* but can’t remember what. There was another game involving burgers that I can’t quite recall.

    Edit: Oh. It was “Burger Time”.

    • ForsakenEagle

      There’s Cook, Serve, Delicious.