Sakura Wars News
When you're not smacking down demonic hordes in Sakura Wars, you're probably wooing your favourite waifu. The upcoming action RPG has a heavy emphasis on building up relationships with your all-female squad, and the game's latest trailer gives us a brief look at its five main heroines. You'll need to navigate dialogue choices and...
Command and conquer
Sakura Wars is just a couple of months away from its Western release on PlayStation 4, and SEGA's dropped a new English trailer. It's rather brief, but it provides an outline of the game's core story, in which protagonist Seijuro Kamiyama is tasked with leading an all-female mecha combat squad to glory against demonic enemies...
Go go Seijuro
We knew it was coming, and here it is -- a Western release date for Sakura Wars (also known as Project Sakura Wars in Japan). For those out of the loop, this is a waifu-wooing visual novel hack and slasher. One minute you're piloting giant mechs in a bid to defend everything you hold dear. The next, you're running about town chatting...
"Just one little squeeze"
Sakura Wars, the mecha action waifu simulator also known as Project Sakura Wars in Japan, just got rated by the ESRB. This means that the game's close to getting a confirmed release date here in the West, but before that news breaks, we really just wanted to share the title's ESRB rating summary, which is basically a...
SEGA "working hard"
Project Sakura Wars, the mecha action role-playing waifu simulator, released in Japan late last year, and as far as we know, it's always been on course for a 'Spring 2020' release date here in the West. As such, it's fair to assume that we'll hear more about it in the near future -- especially now that SEGA's Tetsu Katano (via
Let's mech it real
Due out in Japan this December, Project Sakura Wars is getting a load of coverage at Tokyo Game Show 2019. The action role-playing game is something of a reboot -- the Sakura Wars franchise has been around for decades -- but it looks like fun in this latest gameplay video. It's an interesting mix of character interactions and...
Sakura Wars is a bit of a cultural phenomenon in Japan, but you’d be forgiven for not knowing about the old SEGA Saturn series. There were sequels on PlayStation platforms, but the dating-sim-cross-JRPG has been largely absent for the best part of 15 years. Now it’s set to make a return on the PlayStation 4, with Project Sakura Wars...