Sony may be waging a war on fan-service against connoisseurs of cleavage and disciples of decolletage, but Nintendo is doing just the opposite. The Big ‘N’ is allowing third-party publishers and developers to embrace the natural order of boner culture, and give gamers exactly what they crave: big anime tiddies.
That’s right, XSeed Games announced that after debuting in Japan late last year on the Nintendo Switch, they will be launching Senran Kagura: Peach Ball in the West on the Nintendo Switch starting July 9th. This comes after hints back in April that the game would be making its way Westward later this year. According to Gematsu, the game will also appear on Steam as well at some point this summer, but no release date was set yet.
The news came via a tweet that XSeed rolled out on May 29th, 2019.
SENRAN KAGURA Peach Ball will spring into action July 9 for the Nintendo Switch! The North American version of the game will come with exclusive box art and a set of bonus stickers! Pre-order your copy today through our online store: https://t.co/ydTtl70Dut pic.twitter.com/QFNd87eNK0
— XSEED Games (@XSEEDGames) May 29, 2019
They also announced that a special edition is available with exclusive box art and a bonus set of stickers.
The game is currently available for pre-order over on the XSeed Games store page for $39.99.
The story behind this pinball title is that a mad experiment was conducted at the local arcade, turning the busty shinobi girls into animals… well, partial animals. It’s up to players to uncover the mysterious magic behind the madness and help restore the girls to their original form by playing pinball.
The hook for the game is that there’s a ton of physics-based interactions littered throughout Senran Kagura: Peach Ball. You’ll play across a variety of tables where the various cast of characters from the Senran Kagura franchise are dressed up (or rather, dressed down) as catgirls and bunnygirls, with their boobs and butts amply available for a bit of ball-pounding… pinball pounding that is.
You’ll be able to jiggle and wobble their pert assets as you make your way through a variety of pinball challenges and mini-games. It’s the exact kind of game that you will no longer find on the PlayStation 4 due to Sony’s censorship policies.
Smart developers will continue to make headway into porting their games over to other platforms less restrictive than the PlayStation, and we’re seeing that take place now with certain publishers putting their games on Switch and Steam instead of relying on the PS4. Senran Kagura: Peach Ball is one such game.
You’ll be able to pick up the localized English version of the cheeky title starting July 9th this summer.
(Thanks for the news tip FightSJWCensorship and Denyal)