neonie wrote:the anime at least (since I didn't pay attention to the games story) hadn't treated Mirai like complete garbage, because at that point to me it went from being a shtick and the way it distinguishes it self, to trying to make a statement. And It's that statement I don't agree with.
The games are even better about how they treat Mirai. She's arguable the most fleshed out and interesting character in Burst.
But I agree that this guy's fascination with giant breasts is on the annoying side. I really wish a more lolicon-friendly dev would make a Senran Kagura-esque game. I'm pretty hesitant on VD's game mainly because, unlike the anime/mobile game, there's just no variety. It's basically all just gigantonormous.
Speaking of that, for some reason Meifang is parading around with giant pads...
Huh, actually your comment, I'm not sure why, but it just made me realize there's a pretty fantastic counter argument to Seventh's claim about how the giant breasts in Senran Kagura are what "set it apart".
The fact that the giant breasts in Senran Kagura, to me, and I assume plenty of other people, aren't it's only selling point.
Senran Kagura is already unique without
the giant breasts, even if they had a variety of breasts and body types (more than they do now), what it's selling point to me was, and I assume some other people, is that there aren't a lot of good Character Action games on the market. Much less character action games using cute anime girls.
Most of the character action games you see are, sadly, more on the "realism" side of things like DmC, or have the worst looking protagonist I've ever seen (Bayonetta).
And most of the games coming out of Japan are either Mobile (Puzzle and Dragons), or JRPG's. Old hat stuff that's been done to death.
In fact the one gameplay gripe I have with Senran Kagura is that it's stages are trite and disjointed, and you don't have the level progression of something like DmC, you never feel like you're going anywhere in those games, it's just a series of transparent battle arenas. Which is also what made me disinterested in caring about it's story at all, because without feeling like I'm progressing through the world and levels of the game, it makes the story also feel lacking.
It feels like they stopped just short of actually making a pretty amazing game series that I could fully get behind.