[PlayStation 5] Sakura Alien Review

by EdEN, Owner

Sakura Alien from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is a visual novel in which you’ll be meeting a girl who claims to be an alien Princess. Learn more in our Sakura Alien review!


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Sakura Alien from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is a visual novel in which you’ll be meeting a girl who claims to be an alien Princess. You’ll take on the role of Takagi Haru, a regular university student who has a rather peculiar passion for the stars. This is why it’s very interesting that one day, a girl falls from the sky and lands on top of him… and claims to be from outer space!


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Her name is Ena. Or Princess Ena, to be precise. She’s currently a fugitive who has escaped from Corval. Her home planet is somewhere she can’t ever return to, so she decides that her future is to remain with Haru until death do them part. That’s right, she wants to marry Haru! The thing is that Haru is not a lonely individual since he has Hiyori in his life, who’s also a potential romantic interest in this Rated for Mature visual novel adventure. Yes, this one has some fan service, earning its rating in the process.


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Trophy-wise, you’ll be happy to learn that this one has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy. And since this release is a Cross-Buy title, you’ll be able to download both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions of the game, and each one will have a separate trophy list. The list will have 4 Bronze trophies and 11 Gold trophies, and you’ll have to reach all three endings in the game to add that shiny Platinum to your collection. If you need some extra help, you can check out this Sakura Alien Trophy Guide.


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Sakura Alien is a visual novel in which you’ll be meeting a girl who claims to be an alien Princess! How will Takagi Haru handle this? It’s a Rated M for Mature experience due to its fan service, so it’s something for you to consider since its content might rub some people the wrong way. The game is available as a Cross-Buy release, so your $7.99 purchase will allow you to download the PS4 and PS5 versions of the game as you make your way through each of their trophy lists and find love along the way with one of the girls… or maybe with both of them?

Disclaimer
This Sakura Alien review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by Gamuzumi.

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