The Senran Kagura series has seen many releases on Nintendo 3DS. But are there any plans for more Senran Kagura games on 3DS, and how’s the Nintendo Switch version going along? Senran Kagura producer Kenichiro Takaki reveals the answers in an interview with DualShockers.
Takaki says the Senran Kagura series is “pretty much complete” on Nintendo 3DS, so we won’t be seeing new Senran Kagura 3DS games in the future.
DS: Are there any plans to return to Senran Kagura releases on the 3DS?
KT: The 3DS series is pretty much complete. Senran Kagura: Deep Crimson pretty much summed up the entire story so I have no plans to release any more 3DS titles.
As for the Switch title, Takaki mentioned it’s going to be a “different flavor” of Senran Kagura. Other than that, nothing new was teased.
DS: Is there anything you can tell about the Nintendo Switch game you are developing?
KT: The Switch game was included in the Nintendo Direct in Japan. Since then, we haven’t really said much about it, but it’s going to be a different flavor of a Senran Kagura title. It’s going to use HD Rumble to its full extent and the idea is that it’s going to be an interesting game to allow the player to feel the girl inside the game.
No word on the Senran Kagura Switch title yet, but if things go well, we could see it launch in Japan this year.