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The Sakura series he into space for a yuri adventure with this release by Winged Cloud. Players get to experience what happens when Captain Shika and her crew of mercenaries stumbles across the bounty of a lifetime. Although it might look like you have choices in the game, it plays out more like a kinetic novel, but offers some entertainment nonetheless. We would recommend sticking to the uncensored version though, as it offers a bit more content.
Gameplay: There are some interesting story elements, but the focus is mostly on the ecchi escapades of the girls. Graphics: Sakura space nudity artwork sakura space nudity Inma is gorgeous as always, but the cast is small and the locations limited. A fter beaches, swim clubs, dungeons and shrines, Winged Cloud finally takes their Sakura series to the depths of space. However, apart from the change in scenery, fans will know exactly what to expect from this visual novel.
It is worth noting that, unlike many of their past releases, Sakura Space is actually a yuri title, which means that all of the characters, including the protagonist, are female. Unfortunately, anyone expecting the space setting to have a huge impact on the story might be disappointed as everything that happens are confined to only a few locations on board a huge spaceship. In terms of story, players watch events unfold from the perspective of Captain Shika, the leader of a small group of mercenaries. While checking out the available bounties in her sector, Shika is startled to discover one for one billion imperial dollars, the single highest one ever placed in the galaxy.
To earn this money all Shika and her crew have to do is bring in a wanted fugitive. While this sounds like a daunting task considering how big the galaxy is, Shika soon discovers that their quarry might be a lot closer than expected and the mission more personal than she thought. Of course, with this being a Winged Cloud title, most of the scenarios consist of characters getting naked and having sex with each other. This is a lot more obvious in the uncensored version of the game, sakura space nudity features nudity and sex scenes, both of which are absent from the Steam version.
There is still plenty of fanservice in the Steam version, but if you want to see the beautiful artwork by Inma as it was meant to be you are going to have to opt for the adult version of the game. As with most Winged Cloud titles the cast is kept rather small and only consists of Shika, her two eccentric crew members, Nami and Kotori, as well as their quarry. The story consists mostly of the mercenaries trying to outwit their target, who continually seems to be one step ahead of time.
In between this game of cat and mouse the girls also find plenty of time to wriggle out of their already skimpy outfits and make out with each other. Sakura Space also gives you the illusion of choice at times by presenting you with two different options. You then get to pick which one sounds the most logical.
Winged Cloud has attempted to make elements of the space setting relevant to the story, but there is no exploring of strange new worlds or seeking out of new life and civilizations. Visually the game looks as good as other titles in the series featuring artwork by Inma. Fans expecting anything explicit will probably be disappointed to hear that while the girls bare a lot of skin in the uncensored version of the game, it is strictly of the breasts and buttocks variety. It is even worse in the uncensored version as not only are certain scenes completely removed, but in the scenes where they would have gotten nude the girls wear swimsuits instead.
As with most titles in the Sakura series the CGs are beautifully illustrated, but sadly the girls all have the same body shapes. The space setting would have been a great opportunity to feature a bit more diversity and be a little more creative instead of keeping everything so vanilla, especially with titles such as The Stargazers already on the market. The audio is also good, but not good enough to really stand out or become memorable.
Voice acting is also noticeably absent, which is a pity as it could really have helped to flesh out the characters a little more. Sakura Space features a pretty standard interface, which allows you to press a keyboard or mouse button to advance the messages onscreen. The only display options are playing sakura space nudity game in a window or fullscreen, but the audio options extend to toggling the volume of the music, sound and ambience independently.
Unlocked CGs can be viewed from a gallery on the main menu, but there is no jukebox option to listen to the music. Having said that, it was interesting to read about the different tactics employed by the protagonist and antagonist as they tried to outwit each other. Winged Cloud has been releasing the Sakura titles for a while now, so most players should know by now whether it is something that they will enjoy or not.
A sixteen level rogue-like with small, screen sized levels might not sound like much, but The Nightmare Cooperative might just surprise you. There is a large selection of characters and controlling them all at the same time is certainly a unique, not to mention challenging experience. Learning how to play the game is a breeze, but truly mastering it will keep you busy for quite some time. Gameplay: Simple to play, but requires more strategy than you might think.
Graphics: The vector art style is very distinctive. Sound: The tunes are not exactly catchy, but very fitting. Although the key to success in Rock of Ages is often speed instead of strategy, it is still an interesting mix of genres that is a lot of fun to play. The campaign mode is very funny, but also very short and easy, so you'll want to play with friends to get the sakura space nudity out of this game.
The tower defense elements are a bit underutilized using a giant boulder to crush everything in your path is so much fun that it doesn't really matter. Gameplay: Very entertaining, but not as much strategic depth as you might think. Graphics: The art style is very unique and funny.
Sound: Very juvenile, but once again it's hard not to smile while playing.
Radio Viscera is a top-down shooter where you wield an air cannon instead of a traditional gun. However, this doesn't make your character any less lethal as the levels are littered with traps in which you can knock your foes. The result is a bloody and over-the-top game with wacky physics and plenty of action. It is the work of a solo developer, so there are a few rough edges here and there, but overall the game is a lot of fun.
Gameplay: Dodge enemies while shooting them into traps with your air cannon. Graphics: The game looks decent but not spectacular. Sound: The sound effects and music are all great. The third installment in the popular Princess Maker series is finally available, but unfortunately not in refined form like its predecessors.
The game is a lot more streamlined, but with sixty different endings, it still has more than enough content to keep players busy for ages. It is a pity that the game has had such a rocky launch and issues with the translation along with other technical problems continue to plague it, but underneath it all there is still a very addictive game waiting to be played. Sound: The music is decent enough, but can become repetitive, although the voice acting is still good. Darkarta: A Broken Heart's Quest is the story of a mother who has to brave the Netheworld and rescue her daughter from an age old curse.
It is definitely an intriguing story and the game also features tons of hidden object scenes as well as mini-games to keep players hooked. Thanks to the beautiful art style and atmospheric sakura space nudity, it is easy to get sucked into the gameworld, and a lot of effort sakura space nudity went into polishing the game to perfection.
Darkarta has already won numerous awards and after completing it, it is obvious that all of them were deserved. If you are a fan of the genre, then this is a title that should not be missed. Gameplay: A lengthy adventure with plenty of puzzles and mini-games to enjoy Graphics: The art style is beautiful and the game is filled with scenic locations. Sound: Decent voice acting and a the soundtrack isn't bad either. Euphoria is a dark and twisted visual novel with plenty of explicit and over the top sex scenes.
However, while it may seem like a pure nukige title, it also has a storyline that draws you in right from the start while continually going in unexpected directions. It's definitely not a title for the faint of heart or easily offended, but if you can appreciate a good story and put up with some rather unsavory elements, then it's worth checking out. Gameplay: Very twisted and filled with plenty of unsavory stuff, but the story is also dark and compelling. Graphics: Plenty of uncensored CGs, but the backgrounds are rather limited and there are no animations.
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