Behold, The Most Embarrassing PS Vita Game Of 2014

Behold, The Most Embarrassing PS Vita Game of 2014

The ridiculous Senran Kagura series is getting a cooking-themed rhythm game for the PS Vita. The game's animated opening could be the most mental thing you'll see all day.

Titled Deka Mori Senran Kagura, the game is headed to the PS Vita this March in Japan. "Deka Mori" (デカ盛り) refers to "huge food servings".

Note: the clip below might offend some readers. You've been warned!

Yes, I know it's only January, but I seriously doubt the PS Vita will see something more embarrassing than this in 2014 — or maybe ever.

In case you missed it, here is Kotaku's review of the last Senran Kagura game for the PS Vita, Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus: The Girls' Proof.

PS Vita『デカ盛り 閃乱カグラ』オープニングアニメ [[email protected]]


Comments

    Boobeh Boobeh Boobeh Boobehs woahoaho,
    Do ya do ya do ya Cook-ah woahoaho

    Wow. I thought it was pretty tame until it got to the dancing maki rolls... O.o

    I don't find it embarrassing, and I'm glad these games are made for those that enjoy them.

    Separate point: why the disclaimer above the video?

      Incase some dogooder watched it. Like how it says in a Picnic bar "may contain traces of nuts"

      Because it sexualises women and portrays them as dumb retards who can't even keep their clothes on even if they tried as they are sub servant beings who then smile and giggle when being publicly exposed. Anita Sarkeesian would have a field day on this. Personally, I'm just bummed that there are no male characters. Nothing sexier than a man who cooks while his sausage is wrapped up nice and tight and bulging and big whips of air ripping off his clothes.

    There's so much going on in the gif and trailer that I can't help but laugh.

    There was a reference to Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's song Furisodation in there. . . I swear I'm normal

    Embarrassing for who, exactly?

    It's Senran Kagura... I don't know what I expected from the video

    Was wondering when we'd be hearing from Brian about this.

    So we now have a perceived notion of morality that is purely based upon a fixed, generalised and prejudicial perspective. So much better than before.

    "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content."

    Now that's embarrassing.

    "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content.
    Sorry about that."

    "Fortunately" Niconico has it. Bit weird it's been removed considering I watched a video on youtube about a woman knitting a quilt from wool in her vagina a couple of months ago. Oh youtube...

    http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1389159087

    Last edited 09/01/14 11:56 pm

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