[PlayStation 5] Sakura MMO Review
Sakura MMO from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is a colorful fan-service infused visual novel on PlayStation. Check out our Sakura MMO review!
Sakura MMO from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is a colorful fan-service infused visual novel on PlayStation. It’s a Rated M for Mature experience in which you’ll play as Kotone, an average woman at an average job, who finds some comfort away from all of that in the magical world of Asaph Online. With its magical creatures, mighty heroes, and wonderful locations to explore, can you imagine what it would be like to live inside of the game? This is what Kotone will do after being drawn into the online world!
This is a Yuri visual novel, which means that there’s a chance for Kotone – known in the world of Asaph Online as Viola – to find some romantic interests as you help her in her quest away from the real world. Viola is a character with access to magical powers, and she has a rougher and edgier personality compared to Kotone. Will she decide to remain in Asaph Online? Or will she start to work on finding a way to return home before it’s too late?
The game has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy for your collection, and since this is a Cross-Buy title, if you have a PlayStation 5 console, you can work on two separate trophy lists for the PS4 and PS5 versions. The list is split into 4 Bronze trophies and 11 Gold trophies. Since there are different paths to take in the story, that means there is more than one ending for your journey. You will, therefore, need to play through the game more than once to make all of the right choices along the way. If you want to speed up the whole process, you can check out this Sakura MMO Trophy Guide.
If you want a Rated M for Mature visual novel with a fantasy themed experience on PlayStation, then Sakura MMO is a new option to consider. There’s a lot of fan service in this one, and that’s going to get in the way for some gamers out there. Sakura MMO is out as a Cross-Buy title for a $7.99 asking price, offering you both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions of the game at no extra cost.
This Sakura MMO review based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by Gamuzumi.