Senran Kagura 7EVEN Delayed Due to Censorship
By Kasaix • 1 week ago • 7 comments


Now that we know the truth of why Sony has been censoring games of sex and not violence, here's another casualty. Kenichiro Takaki is the producer of the Senran Kagura series. He seems cool, so it's heartbreaking to read this: 


"Recently, worldwide regulations regarding sexual depiction have been getting stronger, and in that respect, we have to make games in a way that they aren’t misunderstood. Certain things are harder than they’ve ever been before. Given that, I think [the game] is going to take some time… We want to make it happen, so right now we’re at a place where we’re thinking about how to do that, and various other things overall."


That came from a recent interview about the upcoming game Senran Kagura 7EVEN. This isn't the first time a Senran Kagura game has been the victim of unwilling censorship. Sony's just messing with someone else's bread and butter here, and it's wrong. So to stick it to Morita good, Doujins' own gallery of Senran Kagura goodness can be found HERE, and below is a hentai image. 



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