I hadn't been so excited for a game in a very long time. With so many $60 games revolving around guns and grim tones on crappy systems, I just wanted to play a fun, lively, $40 shonen game on the 3DS and go on another action-packed adventure with the badass adorable Senran Kagura heroes. What's more, I would actually own the game and hold it in my hand, because XSEED stopped trying to open unlocked doors by using their heads as battering rams, unlike Bandai Namco.
Fuck you Bandai Namco.
Thus, I agonized over the time I had to wait for it, counting the days and was tortured by the continued delays.
Needless to say, I had high expectations. Some might say they were unreasonable, but as expected from a Senran Kagura game up to this point, Senran Kagura 2 is an enjoyable experience.