Marvelous Entertainment and XSeed Games announced that various games are heading West this year, starting with Bullet Witch, which is set to launch on PC for the very first time starting at the end of this month on April 25th.
The third-person shooter originally came out more than a decade ago for the Xbox 360, and now gamers in the West will be able to get in on the action on their Glorious PC Master Rigs. The game will feature updated visual effects and standard gameplay improvements to make it fit in line with today’s expectations of UHD gaming.
However, the real juicy news from the announcement is for Senran Kagura: Reflexions, the boob jiggling, tit-grabbing, butt-massaging Nintendo Switch exclusive that launched late last year in Japan as Shinobi Refle: Senran Kagura. XSeed will be localizing the game for the West, and hopefully it’ll make the journey… uncensored.
In the trailer we only see the Japanese game footage, but let’s hope XSeed didn’t drink any of the SocJus Kool-Aid and retains everything that made the game popular in Japan.
The title involves dressing up Asuka, rubbing her hands, rubbing her thighs, and feeling up on her like like she a moving, reactive, digital body pillow.
The game doesn’t have much to offer in terms of gameplay, but the developers spent a lot of research and development on attaching the HD Rumble feature for the Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Cons to the reactions and vibrations of feeling the soft tissue and reverberations of a young woman’s soft chest tissue when you rub them, massage them, smack them and slap them.
We’ll see if XSeed has the cajones to stick to what the original developers at Honey Parade Games envisioned when they made Senran Kagura: Reflexions, or if they’ll cower before the golden calf that represents the Intersectional Inquisition.
So far Marvelous has managed to keep a leash on XSeed and ensure that they don’t become overrun with SJWism, but for how long will that last? I suppose a good test will be the upcoming summer release of Senran Kagura: Reflexions for the Nintendo Switch, which is bound to elicit some sort of negative feedback from the gaming media’s resident Social Justice Warriors.
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