Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson’s Breast Enlarging Busticated DLC Is An Embarrassment

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Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson’s busty female cast are already poised to raise an eyebrow, but the Nintendo 3DS exclusive’s new Busticated downloadable content has taken such perversions into the realms of shameful embarrassment.

Priced at £4.49 (€4.99), it unlocks a new story mission in which Mirai and Asuka seek to achieve their dream bust sizes. That can be scorned itself, but upon completion players are rewarded with a modifier that lets you freely change the breast size of any character.

Disconcertingly, as Marvelous Entertainment’s own GIF shows, it becomes all the more alarming that the characters become pleased when their breasts are enlarged but are distressed when they are reduced in size. It’s derogatory and indefensible that this was even considered.

Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson is now available exclusively for Nintendo 3DS in Europe and North America.

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  1. Unfairly biased review. The series was meant to be taken in a lighthearted way. I’m sure the developers did not release this DLC to scorn women.

  2. “It’s derogatory and indefensible that this was even considered.”

    Oh, get off your high horse. Can’t believe this garbage was near the top of Google search.

  3. Sorry author, dudes actually like boobs. My wife finds the Senran Kagura series to be a laugh. No need to pretend that this stuff is ‘shameful’, women aren’t impressed by that. And believe it or not, outside of the US, boobs aren’t even really a big deal for even kids to see. And shockingly Nintendo nor Marvelous are american companies.

  4. Your article is derogatory and indefensible, and you’re an entitled, arrogant, childish white knight. Deal with it. Also, avoiding this site from now on.

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