Senran Kagura's producer Kenichiro Takaki talks about Senran Kagura 7EVEN's development, possible new games on Switch and censorship.
Light, the studio behind Dies irae: Amantes amentes, is developing a PlayStation version (PlayStation 4 or PS Vita was not specifically clarified) of its January 2017-released ages 18 and up visual…
This has happened before with the PS3, but it was not due to censorship but to it being hard to develop for. Japanese developers mostly decided to make games for consoles that were popular in Japan at the time and that were easier to develop for, such as the DS, PSP and Wii.
If PS5 ends up selling as bad as the PS3, along with the lack of Sony's support for Japan and censorship, I wouldn't be surprised if mid to small-sized japanese developers would migrate entirely to Switch and/or PC.
This is not about console wars, it's about companies choosing the most favorable market for their audiences so that they'll be able to survive.