After a decade in the wilderness, Sakura Wars is back with its unique mix of musical theatre and demon-fighting mechs. Not even a change to an action combat system can keep this star from shining.
The tactical RPG series is rebooted in a title set twelvers year after Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love. Known as “Shin Sakura Wars” in Japan and just “Sakura Wars” in the west.
In 2019, Sega revived the long dormant Sakura Wars franchise with a soft reboot on the PlayStation 4. It’s time to brush off those theater glasses as Sam, Josh, and David talk about the Imperial Combat Revue while trying to cure their Koi-Koi addictions.
Sonic makes Kelley violent so goes on a chili dog fueled rampage. Josh wants a break cause it’s been a slow week. Chris plays the market board stocks and loses his freedom.
There’s not a ton of news right now, which isn’t a big surprise considering the current challenges of making games. Instead we deep dive into our current games, with Jonathan, Josh, Kelley and Peter leading the charge. Anna Marie and Chris share hosting duties to wrap up this week’s panel.
We’re back with a juicy show to kick off May. Alex, Chris, Josh, and Kelley join host Anna Marie for a catch-up segment of what we’ve all been playing for the last two weeks. News of the last two weeks gets a little weird as games are being delayed left and right, yet Indivisible somehow gets released early? What a weird world we live in.
The Sakura Wars series has finally made its return to the west. The reboot, simply titled Sakura Wars, is now available on PlayStation 4.
The latest media for Sakura Wars focuses on the game’s big Demon Conflict. Players will need to protect the city from otherworldly incursions when the game launches in just a couple of weeks.
Sega has released a new set of media for Sakura Wars ahead of its launch next month. The new trailer and screenshots focus on the game’s combat.
In this episode the original guest of Q&A Quest returns to fill in for Mr. Baker as he makes his way back to Japan. We also discuss the Valkyria Chronicles series.
More media for the upcoming Sakura Wars revival highlights the game’s relationship system. There are also new images showing the game’s costume-related DLC.
Sega released a new English-subtitled trailer for Sakura Wars. The reboot of the series is set to come west in just a couple of months.
Sakura Wars will finally return to North America and Europe in a couple of months. The series reboot will be hitting PS4 at the towards the end of April.
As a prelude to our annual awards, which as usual should hit at the end of January, the RPGamer staff picked out many of the upcoming titles that they are most looking forward to. We hope you enjoy reading about our most anticipated games, and please let us know which ones you are most excited for.
We’re all Pokécrazy this week, with Alex, Anna Marie, Chris, Kelley and Peter all discussing their Pokétales and where the series could go moving forward. Josh is the odd man out, but he’s got interesting demos to share instead, so it’s cool. Wait, wasn’t this supposed to be a short show?!
Sega held its latest livestream for Project Sakura Wars and also released a new trailer focusing on Tite Kubo’s character designs. Details revealed in the presentation include a new character, a card game, and a battle simulator.
Sega has provided more details about Project Sakura Wars and the in-game competition hosted by the World Combat Revue Federation. There is also a new character music video focusing on Claris.
Project Sakura Wars will be getting a demo in Japan later this month. Sega also released some new details and images from the game, as well as another character-focused music video.
Anastasia Palma is the latest character in Project Sakura Wars to receive her own character image song. The revival of the series is set to launch in Japan this December.
Sega provided some more information on Project Sakura Wars, alongside a couple more character image songs. Azami and Lancelot are the ones get a bit of time in the spotlight.
Sega’s latest image song video for Project Sakura Wars features a pair of characters. The Berlin Combat Revue’s Elise and Margarete join the rest of the game’s cast in Japan this December.
Sega released another video for Project Sakura Wars ahead of the game’s Japanese release this December. Hatsuho Shinonome gets the focus in her character image song.