Dekamori Senran Kagura has a setting that allows players to enjoy the game using only one hand. As a series that centres on shinobi of the busty persuasion, you can only imagine what the other hand is used for.
The news came way of Famitsu magazine, who also confirmed that the costume removal feature has also returned. This allows players rub off the screen and subsequently remove the female shinobi's clothing in the game.
Most Senran Kagura titles are classic hack and slash beat-em-up's. But with Dekamori, developer Marvelous AQL plans to bring the series in a new direction: cooking rhythm. The game involves the characters making dishes to a theme while you frantically push buttons. Think most rhythm games, but you are watching adolescent female ninjas cook.
The title is set to release on PlayStation Vita on March 20 in Japan. No word on a North American release date yet, but stay tuned! You can also check out the opening video for the game here.