[PlayStation 4] Sakura Succubus 2 Review
Visual novel sequel Sakura Succubus 2 from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is ready to go on PlayStation. Check out our Sakura Succubus 2 review!
Visual novel sequel Sakura Succubus 2 from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is now out on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 as a cross-buy title. Unlike the previous game, which was Rated M for Mature, this time around, we’re getting one that is Rated T for Teen, which means that Gamuzumi had to tone down things a bit for the game in comparison to its Steam counterpart. As for the story, you’ll once again be playing as Ogasawara Hiroki, your average guy who, for some reason, gets a ton of attention from three ladies.
He was assigned to take pictures of Japan’s top idol Ikue Ayu. As the story progressed, he also got to meet sultry businesswoman Marina, as well as airheaded social media star Cosmos. Joining them for this sequel will be two more potential love interests: extremely well-endowed actress Hifumi, as well as high-performance athlete Hazel. You’ll get to meet Hifumi at the hot springs, which sets up the mood for the rest of your interactions, while Hazel makes her entrance on the tennis court when you go to photograph her – which leads to some very particular poses as she stretches.
While Sakura Succubus 2 has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy, the sequel has some missable trophies, which means you’re going to have to play it from start to finish at least twice while also making good use of the save feature. The trophy list is split into eleven Gold trophies and two Silver trophies, with four of them being missable. The good news is that for this visual novel, you can edit the game’s configuration and basically skip all text until you reach a moment when you need to select one of the dialogue options. Because of this, you can get a new Platinum trophy for your collection in as little as three minutes if you skip everything.
If you enjoyed Sakura Succubus, then you’re going to dig what Sakura Succubus 2 is doing. The art is great, there’s certainly some fan service to experience – which might rub some people the wrong way – and the story doesn’t take itself too seriously. Sakura Succubus 2 is out on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 as a cross-buy release for a $9.99 price.
This Sakura Succubus 2 review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by Gamuzumi.