Dekamori Senran Kagura Will Also Get A Chinese Version

By Spencer . January 27, 2014 . 11:42pm

sk1 The Senran Kagura cooking/music game spinoff, Dekamori Senran Kagura will be localized into Chinese too. Producer Kenichiro Takaki announced the news at the Taipei Game Show.


Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia has been actively helping third party Japanese developers localize text heavy games into Chinese. Danganronpa from Spike Chunsoft, Akiba’s Trip 2 from Acquire, Disgaea D2 from Nippon Ichi Software, Drakengard 3 from Square Enix, Dragon’s Crown from Atlus, and later this year The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Flash plus its sequel will have a Chinese version.


It’s interesting to see so many titles get localized, but not too unusual for Sony to help developers expand into other regions. Sony Computer Entertainment Korea, for example, published Korean localized versions of Persona 3 and Persona 4 before they were released in the West and way before the Persona series took off.

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  • wererat42

    Knowing what happens when you lose a stage, I don’t think anyone is ever going to beat this game.

    • If you loose a stage you go hungry lol =P

  • Bacon_n_Lettuce

    Man, if only that new studio at SCEA would start putting in this kind of effort…

  • アティ

    Ohhh im noticing an increase rate of localization for china

    • J_Joestar

      everyone wants a piece of that 1.36 million potential consumer pie.

  • Romancer Ecclesia

    lol wow the trends… WOW. First MH Online is only localized in Chinese and now this. Poor western countries.

  • Shippoyasha

    Hopefully this means more games including niche otaku games get really big in China, meaning bigger and better Japanese gaming into the future.

  • tturtlejosh
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