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Sakura Beach 2 Free Download Unfitgirl The original Sakura Beach starred a clueless boy named Seiji dealing with his two childhood friends Momoko and Ayumi throwing themselves at him while all he could think about was space. Seiji genuinely came across as braindead in the story as his two nymphomaniac friends did everything in their power to seduce him to no avail. At the end of the game, players could help Seiji decide whether he wants to date Momoko or Ayumi along with the third option of dating both of them at the same time. Sakura Beach 2 is set a few months after the events of the first game and sees Seiji and the girls returning to the same resort for another holiday. At the start of the game, players can choose which choice Seiji made at the end of the last game, but apart from a few altered lines of text, it makes very little difference to the story. A sense of deja vu also immediately kicks in as the game features the exact same sprites and backgrounds as the original. Even with the addition of a new girl, named Nene, who shows up out of nowhere Sakura Beach 2 feels more like a fan disc than a sequel. The excuse for the holiday is that Seiji has been getting a lot of hate at school from other students because of his love life and that he needed a break. The irony is that despite having a personal harem, Seiji has still not even kissed one of the girls. Both girls still behave the same too and even scenes like Seiji getting knocked out by a pillow for walking in on them are trotted out again. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
When Seiji is not walking in on the girls while they are in compromising situations he’s spending time with them on the beach or talking to Nene. The backstory for Nene makes just as little sense as the rest of the game as she’s apparently living close to the beach in a huge mansion with strict parents. Despite this, she’s clueless when it comes to social interactions and gropes Ayumi during their first meeting because of utterly ridiculous reasons. Predictably enough, Nene also takes an immediate interest in Seiji and signs up for his sexless harem. The other girls react to this with varying degrees of resentment and resignation while Seiji continues acting like a preschooler when it comes to love and intimacy. On a whole the writing is even more awkward than the first game and reading Seiji constantly refer to breasts as “fruit” is just cringeworthy. Sakura Beach 2 offers the illusion of choice, but in reality, the different options in the game appear to not matter at all. For example, when asked where he wants to go the options are “the beach” or “fishing.” Pick the first and the characters will trot off to the beach. Pick the second and the girls will tell Seiji he’s an idiot and then go to the beach. This continues throughout the game with different choices only leading to one or two different lines of text before continuing along the same path. Seiji can once again pick one of the girls or all of them at the end of the game, but even the endings are pretty similar.
Beautiful story with multiple endings.
Visually Sakura Beach 2 looks exactly like the first game thanks to the recycled backgrounds and sprites. The only difference is the addition of Nene as well as some brand new CGs of the girls in their skimpy swimsuits or underwear. These scenes do show a lot of skin, but very little outright nudity and absolutely no sex. The game doesn’t feature any voice acting either and only minimal sound effects. In addition, the soundtrack appears to be the same as the first game as well. Overall, there is very little to recommend about Sakura Beach 2. The humor is dull, the characters cliched and the protagonist even more annoying than the typical clueless VN lead. There’s definitely not enough to the story to keep readers interested, despite how short it is and even the CGs, as nice as they are, pales in comparison to other titles. Those who played and enjoyed the first game might be interested to know what happens to Seiji and his harem, but everyone else can give Sakura Beach 2 a wide berth.It’s been a few months since Seiji last visited the beach. After enduring the chaos of his new daily life, another holiday with his childhood friends is just what he needs. However, the appearance of another girl whose love of space rivals his own ensures that his trip will be anything but peaceful. Alan Wake Remastered PS5
This 7th title of the Sakura series from Winged Cloud feature the same male protagonist Seiji who decided to spend time at the same beachside resort with his two childhood friends Ayumi and Momoko several months after the events at Sakura Beach where one or both of them has/have since became Seiji’s girlfriend(s). Over the course of this visual novel, Seiji will meet a new girl Nene and have multiple comedic encounters with Ayumi, Momoko and Nene before being confronted head-on that one, two or all three of them may actually have feelings for him. The story and plot is written like a romantic comedy with a share of humour and fanservice. Although this game has more than 150 positive reviews at the time of this review, this game uses similar story and writing by Liberty, artwork by Inma and music by REN from the circle ‘Bastat tail’ which makes the game more or less similar to Sakura Beach in terms of soundtracks, artwork and overall presentation, hence I am giving this game a recommended review as well as I also managed to get this game on bundle offer at Indiegala last year and this game is also currently on bundle offer at Humble Bundle.
The same gorgeous area we enjoyed with the original.
Recommended only for fans of Winged Cloud who might be interested in collecting the titles in the Sakura series and the great artwork in the trading cards, badges, emoticons and profile artwork in this game and when at large discount or good bundle offer as it takes less than 10 hours to read through the visual novel and there is only one choice to make near the end of the visual novel that determines the ending and there are no extra CGs or special character routes. Ignore the user-defined tags: there is only implied nudity, and there is no sex. What you will find is earnest, immature romantic writing and unbelievable, one-dimensional characters. Overly flirty girl is the most believable, while her petulant, demanding, possessive but shy counterpart is much less so. The male protagonist that remains uninterested in sex while two hormone-crazed nymphs constantly throw themselves at him seems as unlikely as the mysterious stranger that apparently has unlimited free time but has never even seen the view of the ocean from the cliffs she has lived beside her entire life, and has so little knowledge of social interaction that her first greeting was learned from a pornographic book. The two main girls have apparently proposed and accepted a polygamic harem arrangement, even though neither of them has even kissed the protagonist, let alone slept with him, and he has not expressed the slightest romantic interest in either of them. Alan Wake Remastered
Game play consists of simply stepping through conversation text peppered with light narrative, and making a couple of choices throughout the game that appear to carry no weight whatsoever. There are a few different music tracks and background art images, and only a handful of static images depicting each female character, primarily in swimsuits. I wanted to “play” this game because it is very well reviewed and I have little exposure to the Visual Novel genre. Having now done so, I don’t understand why either is apparently so well liked. I suppose this game could be appealing for those that want to see cartoon girls in swimsuits but haven’t yet discovered Google’s search engine, or those that crave the idea of romantic interaction and have so little social experience that the ludicrous premise and action doesn’t immediately pull them out of the fantasy, i.e. strictly home-schooled children, but it didn’t engage me.
A sequel to the events of what happened in Sakura Beach.
The controls remain the same as with the first one, left mouse button to progress the story, right mouse button acting as the menu button, with the middle button being used to hide the UI. The same settings and functions that we had in the original are present here, no notable upgrades. We can still auto play the scenes, and skip the ones we have already read. The speed can be altered for the displaying of texts and the changing over to the new scenes as well. The gameplay in visual novels is never really present since all you really do is sit back and enjoy a nice story. Sakura Beach 2 shares the same beautiful scenery that the original used: which is kind of good and bad. It feels pretty much copied from the original and pasted here, it would have been nicer and more pleasant if they added some new details to the game.
Several months have passed since the original so seeing these places gain slightly different or aged would have been such an improvement and enhancement to the story itself, but it feels pretty much the same which is kind of a downer. The art is still incredibly beautiful and nice to look at, I just think they should have added new details; it is a sequel after all. On the settings side of things, we have the same options as with the original, we can choose Fullscreen or Window mode. We have the same soothing feel that we experienced with the original, beautiful music that really sets the tone for the story. In most cases it enhances the game, but with some of the scenes being used over and over some of the tones do get a bit repetitive which can be a downer. However, all in all, we have beautiful music for a beautiful story. As with the original we can fully change the volume for the individual areas such as Music, Sound and Ambience volumes. Airport CEO
Replayability: The game offers four different endings so it has replay value for sure, with these four endings comes different choices you can make which all tallies up to a unique ending. So yeah, the replay value does exist here, but besides that this is a beautiful story that can always be re-experienced in the future. MGR Gaming’s Conclusions: Spoilers Ahead: Sakura Beach 2 is the continuation of Sakura Beach. several months after the events of Sakura Beach the trio has decided that it is time for another holiday which led them back to where the magic all started. The story continues based on the choices you made, you get to choose with what background you start the game, whether you chose Momoko, Ayumi or both of them at the end of Sakura Beach. Starting Sakura Beach gives you the option to choose how to start the story. Without saying much more I will say that Seiji is in for some new adventures as he meets a new girl this time around.
Add-ons (DLC):Sakura Beach 2
OS: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (32 bit or 64 bit)
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Graphics: DirectX® 9 Compatible Graphics Card
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 200 MB available space
Sound Card: Any audio output
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Graphics: OpenGL compatible card
Storage: 200 MB available space
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- Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
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