XSEED boss Ken Berry once called the prospect of localizingSenran Kagura Burst a "scary proposition." Due to the title's subject matter and the conservative culture in the US, Berry surmised a western release had the "potential for disaster."
The company decided to go ahead and green-light the game anyway. And while it might have ruffled more than a few feathers, the venture seems to have turned out okay for the publisher.
"[Senran Kagura] Burst has done about to expectations," Berry told Siliconera. "We’re definitely looking at at future titles in the series. We may or may not have an announcement soon."
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