[PlayStation 4] Sakura Succubus Review | PS4Blog.net
Sakura Succubus from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is a rated M for Mature fan-service heavy visual novel on PS4. Learn more in our Sakura Succubus review!
In rated M for Mature visual novel Sakura Succubus from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud, you’ll be taking on a fan-service heavy adventure on PlayStation 4. In it you will play as one Ogasawara Hiroki. As is usually the case for visual novels of this type, he’s nothing more than your average guy who does not have much going on in his life… until one day something changes this forever! He’s tasked with taking pictures of Ikue Ayu, who just happens to he Japan’s top Idol.
Along with Ikue Ayu, you’ll also get to meet sultry businesswoman Marina, as well as airheaded social media star Cosmos, two very powerful, rich, and famous women who, for some reason, find themselves incredibly attracted to Ogasawara Hiroki! Oh, and the same happens for Ayu, which makes for some weird moments during this fan-service heavy visual novel. There have been some edits made to the women’s outfits in order to get this released on PlayStation 4 as a Rated M for Mature visual novel, so do be aware of this.
With Succubus right there in the title, you can expect there to be some demon wings and horns involved in this one, to go along with the more suggestive CG moments you’ll run into. Since Sakura Succubus can be completed in a couple of hours at most, I won’t go and spoil the story in this review, but I will mention that the archetypes and tropes you’ll sense for each of the three girls will pretty much be on the money right from the start.
As for the trophies, there are good news, and then there are great news for trophy hunters! Sakura Succubus has a full trophy list with a Platinum at the end of the road… and it’s a path that should take you a couple of minutes to complete at most! That’s right, you can set the game’s text speed to the maximum, set auto-forward time to the maximum, select that text skip goes over unseen text, transitions, and after choices, and then just skip all text until you get to a choice selection moment, pick one or the other, and carry on until that Platinum pops!
Sakura Succubus is a good-looking visual novel that will be a good option for those of you out there who don’t mind its fan-service side. It’s a short visual novel that you can complete in a couple of hours at most, and it has a Platinum trophy that trophy hunters can add to their collection in a couple of minutes. Sakura Succubus is out on PlayStation 4 with a $9.99 asking price.
This Sakura Succubus review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by Gamuzumi.