XSEED Still Considering Localizing Senran Kagura Burst

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

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Ken Berry, the Director of Publishing at XSEED, has recently reiterated their interest in localizing Senran Kagura Burst. Berry says that they are aware of the strong fan demand for the series, but are concerned about releasing it due to the subject matter. However, with Nintendo’s eShop becoming a more viable option they are still considering doing a digital release.

It looks like our organized efforts at the Senran Kagura: Senran International Academy are having an impact! Based on this news we will be organizing a new Community Mission centered around Ken Berry/XSEED, so keep an eye out for that. For now though, you can get involved in our currently running missions, such as this one.

If you would like to get involved with our other community outlets or learn more about the series, be sure to check out the Senran Kagura Wiki, our community has been working hard to develop it and would love for you to get involved. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitterlike us on Facebook, and join our forums for updates on all things Senran Kagura!


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  • Very exciting news and hope leads to more open discourse in regards to localization process. Very hopeful the game can make its way over someday for fans like me who really want to play it.

  • I’ve been waiting, bring it over Marvelous!

  • AkuLord3

    I’m very happy that Xseed is still thinking about it. I’m fine with either Digital or Physical copy as long as i get to play as Yagyuu-swan~

  • I’d rather have the Vita one, but any Senran game that makes it is good news. And well, digital is the way to go IMHO… since it’s less of a financial risk and it should also help to avoid unwanted attention.