A recent and somewhat misleading interview with PlayStation LifeStyle and Senran Kagura producer Kenichiro Takaki has been making the rounds, an interview that was reduced to focusing on a single controversial topic: censorship, and even censorship applied to game localization.
We reached out to Takaki himself and even his PR folk, however now Takaki has responded publicly regarding this because of the amount of times his responses have been reposted and given no chance for a proper clarification.
“If age rating boards require changes to allow a release, we will have to comply. But otherwise, I want everyone to enjoy the same content!”
This is a way better response with more context, compared to his responses before, which focused entirely on removing content to appease offended western critics.
How do you feel about the series, and sexuality in gaming? Is Takaki’s approach the right way of doing things? Sound off in the comments below.
Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is launching sometime this summer in both North America and Europe, for PlayStation 4.