SKIDROW – Free download Sakura Dungeon Uncensored Full Version released on 4 june 2016 by SKIDROW, Sakura Dungeon Full Version is one of the more self-explanatory game titles I’ve ever run across – it’s a typical Sakura game, so there’s a lot of well-drawn but kind of samey anime women, and it’s a dungeon RPG, so “Sakura Dungeon SKIDROW” pretty well explains what you’ll be getting. It’s… surprisingly good, actually, in that I wasn’t really expecting that much and it ended up being quite playable.
Game Title: Sakura Dungeon SKIDROW
Genre: Adventure, Indie, RPG
Developer: Winged Cloud
Publisher: Sekai Project
Release Date: 4 Jun, 2016
Download Link Sakura Dungen Full Version – 720 Mb:
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Review Sakura Dungeon Full Version : First and foremost, I unexpectedly (but gratefully) received an early access key from Winged Cloud for this game. Honestly, I wasn’t expecting much beyond the standard fare of what we’ve all come to know of the Sakura series: mammories. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the game has a level of depth that now places the Sakura series in the company of something greater than just VN eye candy. In my humble opinion, they really needed something to freshen up what seemed to be a rinse-and-repeat model, and I think they’ve done an excellent job achieving that here.
Right from the start, the artwork is beautiful (as it is through the majority of the Sakura series), but there’s something significantly wonderful in this game: excellent, memorable music! After digging into it, I found that Zack Parrish is the one who composed the music (he also composed the music for Sakura Fantasy, which was also quite excellent).
Once hopping into the game, it begins with a setup for events to come. Personally, I get bored with VNs pretty quickly, so I initially wondered how long I was going to have to click-click-click-click-click to get to something, uhhhh, enticing? Luckily, it didn’t take long. Once stepping into the inn after a few minutes, there she was: my new waifu, Isabella.
Anyway, fast forward to entering the dungeon, where you will roam and randomly encounter “monsters” (see: boobs). You get their HP down low enough and bye-bye clothes (not uncensored, unfortunately, but sufficient enough for a potential party in your pantaloons). You can capture them and add them to your party eventually, but this is a good time to mention the depth of the game’s RPG elements: grinding to level up, XP, currency, buying/selling items, stats (HP, MP-equivalent, etc.), attributes (vitality, strength, element strength/weakness, etc.), and more.
Ultimately, Sakura Dungeon Full Version is worth it for the music alone (and the fact that I’ve officially replaced Ellen Baker with Isabella as my new waifu). But in all sincerity, Sakura Dungeon Full Version presents something fresh to the Sakura lineage, as well as to VNs in general, thanks to its interactive RPG mechanics that bridge the gap between clickity-click-click-click-click VN and something akin to a an 8-bit-era dungeon crawler.
I’ve only made it to the level-2 dungeon at the moment, so I think it’s too soon for a pros/cons (primarily because I don’t have any cons right now). All I can say is if you’ve indulged in the previous Sakura VNs and enjoyed them, I think you’ll be impressed with what Winged Cloud has managed to achieve here–provided you’re into RPGs. If you’re as impatient as I can be with VNs, just tough it out for the first 10 minutes or so. After it holds your hand a bit, it sets you off on your own to move about the game world as you so choose. And now if you’ll excuse me, Isabella beckons.. Download Sakura Dungeon Full Version and playing now this game.