Fans of the recently released Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus won’t have to wait long to see the stripping ninjas strut their stuff once again. The chaps at Xseed Games have revealed that Senran Kagura: Bon Appetit will be landing on the PS Vita this November. The spin-off title sees the high school warriors forgo their usual martial art hijinks in favour of a rhythm based culinary contest. Judging from the announcement trailer, the game’s change in genre won’t come at the expense of Kagura’s infamous eye candy. I’m a little disappointment to see that half of the playable roster won’t be accessible without DLC, but on the plus side any online purchases you made for Shinovi Versus will be transferable over to the new game.
In shocking news, the Australian Classification Board has allowed a video game to be sold over in the land down under. An Atlus published Attack on Titan game has apparently been awarded a fifteen age rating. Many video games fail to find their way over to Crocodile Dundee’s homeland, so I assume it is safe to say that the anime inspired title should be coming to the US/EU too. Although details are scarce, it’s speculated that the game is Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind, a 3DS game that presently has only appeared in Japan. I’ll be interested in giving the game a go, although footage I have spied on YouTube suggests that the graphics are as hideous as the monstrous Titans.