Sakura Dungeon Reviews (Windows)
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GAMERamble (Jun 12, 2016)
Sakura Dungeon offers a nice fusion of traditional step based dungeon crawling and the manga visual style that has made developer Winged Cloud (in)famous. Despite all the erotic content (mostly censored in the Steam version) the game doesn’t skimp on the role playing elements either. It might not be as in-depth or complicated as other dungeon crawlers, but definitely offers a fun and compelling experience.
Digitally Downloaded (Jun 22, 2016)
My personal recommendation with Sakura Dungeon is to go with the Steam version. None of the nudity in the original release is necessary to the plot, and given that the intent of the game is to be sexy and fanservice heavy, I simply got more of that when there was the slightest hint of stuff being left to the imagination. That being said, Sekai Project has done the right thing by the genre fans by giving people a choice. Either way, underneath that surface of naked or nearly naked anime girls is a quality dungeon crawler, and one that deserves notice.
Hentai Reviews (Sep 06, 2017)
Sakura Dungeon is a definite indie budget title, but there is enough content to warrant the slightly larger price tag. There is a clarity of design which is commendable for a small development team and an hopeful indicator that Sakura titles will only further improve in the future.
Brash Games (Jul 07, 2016)
In the end, Sakura Dungeon is a game aimed at the crowd who enjoys fan-service games. It's got gameplay, but that's not the main focus at all. The real focus is the girls that you can collect, interact with, and look at. If that's not your thing (like me), then you probably shouldn't play Sakura Dungeon. But if that is your thing, then there is a solid 20-30 hours worth here for you to enjoy, and plenty of extras.