[PlayStation 5] Sakura MMO 2 Review
Visual novel sequel Sakura MMO 2 from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is ready to bring you a fan-service experience on PlayStation. Check our Sakura MMO 2 review!
Visual novel sequel Sakura MMO 2 from Gamuzumi and Winged Cloud is ready to bring you a fan-service experience on PlayStation. For this Yuri visual novel sequel, you’ll continue with Kotone’s journey in the world of Asaph Online as her character Viola. She’s been living inside of Asaph Online for a month now and has sort of gotten used to it, taking on quests and making the most of her time in this colorful land. But, at the same time, she’s also trying to find a way to return to her former life as a Lawyer in modern Japan.
What’s a Yuri visual novel, you ask? It’s a game in which you take on the role of a female character who can end up finding romance as she interacts with a variety of characters. For this visual novel, in particular, there are different story paths to take on, and based on the choices you make along the way, you can end up reaching one of the three endings that the game has to offer, with each one leading you to find comfort in the arms of one of your companions.
As was the case for Sakura MMO, the sequel has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy for you to work on. If you own a PS5 console, then you can get two Platinum trophies since the PS4, and PS5 versions of the game have separate trophy lists. Each list has 4 Bronze trophies and 11 Gold trophies. With this one being a visual novel, there are different story paths for you to take on and more than one ending to work on. The good news is that if you want to speed it up a bit, you can use this Sakura MMO Trophy Guide.
Sakura MMO is a Rated M for Mature fantasy visual novel, and its sequel follows up on what the prequel set up while nudging the fan service bar a bit higher. Because of that, this is a visual novel that won’t be for everyone. Sakura MMO 2 is available at a $7.99 price, and since it’s a Cross-Buy title, your purchase will give both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions of the game, and each one has its own trophy list for you to work on.
This Sakura MMO 2 review based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by Gamuzumi.