Senran Kagura Burst Aiming for North American Release in November

Thursday, October 17th, 2013

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Senran Kagura Burst | oprainfall

Following  XSEED’s announcement that they are bringing Senran Kagura Burst to the Nintendo 3DS eShop, the publisher has finally revealed on Facebook that the game will have a North American release this November. XSEED has yet to officially announce the final release date, but we can assuredly anticipate the game’s digital arrival sometime next month.

In terms of memory, Senran Kagura Burst has been noted to be “very big on the size,” but it is expected to be less than 2 GB. The game contains both the original Senran Kagura game and the Burst sequel, so those expecting to get it upon arrival should consider getting a bigger SD Card for this game.

Senran Kagura Burst will be released with its Japanese audio intact and will see no form of censorship whatsoever. As North American audiences will be acquiring the game through the eShop, European audiences will be receiving both physical  and digital copies under Zen United’s publication.

Here is the debut trailer:

To learn more about Senran Kagura Burst and to continue to support the series, please visit our friends at Senran International Academy, who are part of the oprainfall Campaign Hub. They’ve worked incredibly hard pushing for Senran Kagura‘s localization.

Also be on the lookout for Senran Kagura’s manga adaptation that is due out in North America later this year, and be sure to check out XSEED on Facebook and Twitter to follow up on the other offerings they have in store.

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About Andy Na

Andy was a member at Operation Rainfall since the beginning of its campaigning days. Though something of a troublemaker at the time, he now contributes to Operation Rainfall and shares his love for all things gaming and the visual arts. His favorite games include Xenoblade Chronicles, Kid Icarus Uprising, and No More Heroes. Andy currently holds a Bachelors degree in Cinema, which he uses to pursue filmmaking.




  • Randomperson

    LMFAO what riot!

  • “very big on size”

  • jmmueller

    I’m glad Nintendo went SD. A 32gb will hold a lot of games, and the 3DS does support SDXC (so 64gb and above cards) though not officially. If you have one every time it boots the main 3DS software (after a power on, leaving a DS game, or leaving system preferences) it appears to rescan the card and takes about 15 seconds on a blank screen before it’s running again.

  • TwinTails

    A marvelous game indeed. Hello, I’m TwinTails, a moderator from SIA asking you to drop by our forums and join our humble community. 😉