HD Rumble is a pretty cool feature of the Switch’s controllers. It adds in deeper rumbles and sensations for all sorts of games, and developers are continuing to find interesting ways to implement it. That includes Peach Ball: Senran Kagura producer, Takaki Kenichiro. As you might expect, his use of HD Rumble in this game is rather…unique. He shares details of the HD Rumble usage in an interview with Famitsu, as translated by Nintendo Everything.
Recreating the pliancy of a woman’s body is difficult, but with the HD Rumble we can do things we couldn’t before, like replicate the sensations of touching and being touched. This is something we could only hope to do this time around.
There’s no way in hell you’re going to get more comment from me on this revelation. I’m just here to bring you the info!