Senran Kagura Livestream Cut Short After Showing Real-World Pinball Game
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Marvelous' "Senran Kagura Series New Work Presentation" livestream event revealed new information about the upcoming Senran Kagura anime and the Peach Ball Senran Kagura Nintendo Switch pinball game on Thursday. However, the video was apparently too revealing for YouTube because it was removed before the end.
Series producer Kenichirō Takaki appeared on the livestream to discuss the anime and demo the game. After the stream of the actual gameplay concluded, the event's hosts participated in a real-world version of the pinball game. Gravure idol AiRI Shimizu, who cosplayed as the game's version of the character Yumi, became part of an upright pinball game. Other women on the show shot pinball balls toward Shimizu's breasts, which protruded through an opening in the back of a pinball board that featured an image of Yumi.
During this real-world pinball game, the stream abruptly cut off on YouTube. The link to the livestream now only features the message that "This video has been removed for violating YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content." The livestream continued to the end on Niconico Live, and the full version is still available on the website.
The Peach Ball Senran Kagura game will launch in Japan on December 13 in regular and limited editions. Marvelous and Honey∞Parade Games announced the game in August 2017.