According to a post by the game’s producer Kenichiro Takaki on Twitter, the full game (including all characters, which come in two different packs called “A” and “B”) will be 3-4GB in size.

Dekamori Senran Kagura will come in two different packs; “Pack A” will include thirteen different characters to choose from, while “Pack B” will include another eleven – a cost of 2,315 yen (~$22.20) for each. You’ll also be able to download a “Mega Pack” of sorts, which will include both character packs and the full game – and this will be the product that reaches that 3-4GB range. We’ve got no information on the price of the “Mega Pack” though we hope it’ll be reasonable.

If you’re looking for more on Dekamori Senran Kagura, check out our previous posts on the title.

The game releases March 20th in Japan.

  • steven1212121212

    Sony should have made the PS Vita cartridges 8GB and not 4GB. Development wouldn’t be as constrained and games like Mortal Kombat and Injustice: Gods Among Us would have looked a lot better. Hell, Uncharted Golden Abyss would be larger.

    • Kyle Wakeling

      Technically, there’s no reason they couldn’t fabricate 8GB PSVita Game Cards as the specifications of the card interface and reader do not dictate internal storage. All they’d have to do is manufacture 8GB chips that fit in the same card form factor.

      • steven1212121212

        Because otherwise, games are only going to be roughly 3GB. I think BlazBlue Continuum Shift is 3.4G, that is the largest Vita game w/o a patch.

  • Terramax

    Considering how mediocre the game looks, I wonder why the amount of memory? Perhaps lots of breast physics have to be stored? 😀

    Seriously, this sounds too much like day 1 DLC in disguise.