MofuMofu Sensen, an upcoming Kemono-based fighting game is finally getting a US Nintendo Switch release, reportedly after developer BURNSOUCOU was inspired by overseas fanart.
Before anyone gets too excited, it’s not like the art was anything too explicit- though it does feature art of what can only be described as a resolved booty, that is to say, it won’t quit.
The hero responsible for getting MofuMofu Sensen overseas appears to be the artist LemonY2K, whose art was retweeted by BURNSOUCOU along with the announcement that the game would be coming to the US Nintendo eShop a day after its release in Japan today.
“With your support, I make a decision. MOFUMOFUSENSEN will be sold on the Nintendo eShop overseas”, the developer writes after calling the fanart “sexy”.
It doesn’t seem like this was too hard a decision to make anyways- according to some users, the Japanese version of MofuMofu Sensen already featured English text options anyways, so it looks like this is less a case of BURNSOUCOU realizing he has international fans and more a case of him upping his support for them after seeing some furry booty.
Still, LemonY2k themselves even thanked BURNSOUCOU for the support in releasing the game overseas.
“Thank you! I was impatient, and attempted to purchase from the Japanese eshop. I will happily wait for the time difference to catch up!“, they write in a Tweet.
MofuMofu Sensen is a fighting game developed entirely by BURNSOUCOU- featuring anthropomorphized animals in a variety of costumes making up the game’s cute but also styled out roster.
It’s currently available only on the Nintendo Switch, but fans have also been requesting releases on more platforms such as PC, though they haven’t attached any butts to go with their requests.