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Sakura Succubus Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Oh, the Sakura series. It’s kind of infamous in the visual novel community for all the worst reasons. The Sakura series is the Mills & Boons of romance visual novels – trashy, lacking any real substance, and with an extremely large catalogue of titles, featuring unrealistic scenarios. Indeed, this is the thirty-fourth game in the franchise. It’s also really not a game I ever expected to see appear on the Nintendo Switch, given it’s rather suggestive shall we say nature, but visual novels have really found a home on this console of late. In this game, struggling photographer Hiroki lucks out after failing his big gig of taking photos of a famous idol for his job. However, things take a sudden turn when he meets a beautiful woman in a bar and spills his woes to her. It isn’t long however before he ends up catching the attention of two other gorgeous ladies and his life takes a turn for the crazy. After all, being caught between three succubi all vying for your attention is enough to wear anyone out! Admittedly, Sakura Succubus was a game I went into with some trepidation, expecting badly written soft porn, and honestly. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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it wasn’t anywhere near as bad as I had expected. Not to say that it wasn’t incredibly fanservice-y and trashy because it was – but overall, it wasn’t a bad read. The writing was surprisingly funny and at the short run time of just over an hour or so, it doesn’t stick around long enough for it to get too tiresome (although this is just the first part in a whole series of the Sakura Succubus games). It was kind of like when you take a rom-com book on holiday with you or watch a silly action movie – no real substance but if you switch your brain off, it still ended up being fun. There is very little interaction required from the player either, with a very few choices offered, but none of them really change much in the overall story arc. Compared to many over romance visual novels, this is not about different routes, and no matter which character you might prefer to spend your time with, you don’t really have a choice as the game pushes the harem ending on you and makes all the important choices for you. Characterwise, Hiroki is your typical self-insert blank slate male protagonist who has little in the way of personality other than his lack of self-worth, his love of his photography, and his loneliness.

Marina.

We’re not really given much in the way of visuals of him, except for one CG and even then he’s notably vague and average in appearance. As the stars of the show, the three female characters depicted, I found of varying interest. The business-woman, Marina, was probably my favourite as she came across as the most likable and kind of the three, and more of a character in her own right. Cosmos, the social influencer, is basically the epitome of moe which makes sense given she’s the cover girl for this particular game – I found her cute but ultimately rather lacking in depth. The game also made a bad habit of poking fun at her intelligence and was the ultimate scapegoat for all of the more provocative cgs, which made me more uncomfortable than anything. The final girl, Ayu the Idol, was my least favourite as I found her character just completely unlikable. She very clearly followed the tsundere trope of being mean to the main character whilst secretly liking him but I just couldn’t find much in the way of redeeming qualities for her at all. The only good thing I can really say about the group as a whole was that their role as succubus was surprisingly less focused on sex than you would assume . Grow Song of the Evertree

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The game’s lore says that succubus takes their power from adoration and admiration rather than sex alone so the three girls are presented as powerful or important figures within the world of society, business and social media. Sometimes, you come across a certain kind of game that is unabashed in its theme. It knows exactly what kind of game it is, and there is no shame at all. Sakura Succubus is one such series. After all, what more can you expect from a rated M anime visual novel that is called Sakura Succubus? There is no beating around the bush or putting up any pretenses. This is a game about cute anime girls who have an intense interest in the main character and will stop at nothing to get him under their grasps. But is that experience worthwhile? You play as Ogasawara Hiroki, a photojournalist for the Sakura Daily. He’s been tasked with taking pictures of the current top idol, Ikue Ayu. Things go downhill as his train is delayed, resulting in him being late for the concert and not being able to take any pictures. His night goes from bad to worse as he ends up breaking his camera too, but just as his luck has hit rock bottom, he meets what could only be described as his guardian angel, Wakatsuki Marina, who offers to help him out.

Cosmos.

There are three main girls that Hiroki will spend time with in Sakura Succubus: top Japanese idol Ayu, business woman Marina, and social media influencer Cosmos. Each woman has her own personality shining in her own way. Since Sakura Succubus pulls its inspiration from anime in general, there are plenty of tropes to take in such as tsunderes, airheads, harem plotlines, the main character being incredibly irresistible, and so many more. While there are hints of attempts to give some deeper character to these women, the game heavily relies on their looks and trope-heavy personalities to pull you in.This is a rated M visual novel, which means explicit content is afoot. However, keep in mind that this is a rated M visual novel on a Nintendo system. Therefore, there is no nudity in this game. In fact, explicit sex scenes are not available for purchase and can’t be patched in with this version. Since those scenes are completely removed from the game, there are several jarring cuts in their place. That being said though, there is still some heavy petting that is teased moments before those sex scenes, if that is your thing. Batora: Lost Haven

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First of all this series isn’t nasty lesbian theme because I’m a man with normal sexual orientation and lesbian theme just gets me bored. This time it’s the men’s favorite harem theme. The male protagonist is just an ordinary man, but because of his special smell, he has attracted the favor of countless excellent women (succubus). The plot is as boring as ever and the dialogue between the characters is childish, but I’m used to it. But if you read carefully, you can find that compared to the previous Sakura works, this series has a little less boring nonsense. Compared with before, the CG of the characters is getting better and better, and the adult plot is also very satisfying. Among all the Sakura series, it is considered to be relatively good. Of course, its plot is always flawed. Compared with many visual novels that have depth and cause players to think philosophically, it is still far from it. But we all know it’s just an adult game, and if someday the storyline of the Sakura series becomes interesting, the sun must rise from the west. For me, the correct posture to play this game is to take out the softest tissue, open the game, enjoy the CG, exhale comfortably, and end the game. Remember to throw the tissue down the toilet and not be seen by family members.

Ayu.

The extremely short run-time of the game (just over an hour) does mean that this isn’t a game you’re ever likely to want to pay full price for. Ironically, its short run-time is probably one of its plus points for me also as the game felt just long enough to not outstay its welcome. Graphically, the game is very colourful and anime-stylised, although a lot of the actual drawings seem a bit anatomically off to me – the girl’s proportions, in particular, are often quite ridiculous in both sprites and CGs which I personally found very off-putting. The content also is, as expected, mostly about making the three girls look as sexualised as possible so expect lots of awkward angles and provocative positions. I wasn’t really a big fan of this as it often just really distracted from the text for me as the art looked so ridiculous, but this is also likely the big selling point for this game. The game does tend to fade to black on actual sex scenes however rather than depicting them, which was unexpected (I suspect this may be more of a localisation platform choice though and that there are likely patches out there to restore the ‘x-rated’ scenes).

The menu is very basic, with the on-screen instructions rather small and pushed to one corner and the music is decent if not memorable. The game never really seems to come to a proper resolution either with a sudden abrupt ending, but the ‘Part Two coming soon’ disclaimer explains the lack of a real conclusion – it’s just a shame they couldn’t have chosen a better place to end it.Overall, Sakura Succubus is a light game for adults who enjoy reading this kind of romantic visual novel. It’s not particularly high quality and likely won’t hang around in your memory for too long afterward but as pure wish-fulfillment, it doesn’t do the worst. The characters could definitely use more development to make them more likable and interesting, but given the short run time of the game, it does as good a job as it probably can.Sakura Succubus is a kinetic visual novel where you have very little choice in how the direction of the game goes. There are a few choices that can be made, but those mainly affect what Hiroki is saying. There is no choosing to date one of the girls, and no matter what you say, the story plays out the same way.

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For those unfamiliar with this subgenre within the visual novel genre, “kinetic” means that the story plays out exactly the same no matter how many times you replay the game. That being said, there is very little reason to replay through Sakura Succubus after your initial playthrough. You collect all of the CG art just from playing through the game once. Of course, an entire playthrough will only take about two to three hours to complete, so it’s not that hard to come back to, if you ever did get the feeling to play this game multiple times. The main draw for Sakura Succubus is the art. Every girl in the game looks really cute, to say the least. The art style is one that you would probably see for most anime projects and the colors are nice and vibrant. And of course, every CG is filled with fanservice of some kind. Whether it’s breasts or thighs, the game knows what its players are looking for and aims to deliver. Everything else art-related is a bit more muted. The backgrounds look nice and clean, not taking away from any of the characters at all. The UI leaves much to be desired, giving off a feeling that a default UI builder was used instead of creating something a bit more unique. The text is also a bit on the small side, especially compared to the character names. The Last Hero of Nostalgaia 

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