Today saw an official livestream for the Senran Kagura series take place on YouTube, with details expected to be shared surrounding the upcoming Switch title, Peach Ball: Senran Kagura. Unfortunately for those watching the show, YouTube terminated proceedings before the stream reached its end.
The stream focused on a few various aspects of the Senran Kagura series, including new info, images, and footage for its most recent games, all presented by series producer Kenichiro Takaki. New details for the Switch game were shown during the event, including some new gameplay footage, and a 'Premium' edition has also been announced for Japan containing the game, Nyuu Nyuu Special DLC costumes, a 'Diorama Motion', a ball set, and even more characters and courses that will be available to purchase separately at a later date.
It was after this that things turned a little weird (or normal in Senran Kagura's case). The show soon reportedly moved on to a 'real life' version of the game which involved some of the ladies in attendance throwing ping pong balls at a model’s cleavage. In what was, perhaps, a rather unsurprising move, the stream suddenly came to a halt here thanks to a violation notice from YouTube. You can see it here for yourself.
We expect Marvelous Entertainment will re-upload the non-offending trailers and footage for Peach Ball: Senran Kagura at a later date, making sure to get rid of the show's ending to ignore further trouble. Until then, though, fans will have to enjoy this lovely black screen.