Sakura Wars, the newest entry in Sega's iconic franchise, available now on PS4, gets new relaxing DLC costumes for all the new Flower Division members.
DualShockers spoke with the Sakura Wars team at Sega, discussing the creation of this modern PS4 entry, the western localization process, and much more.
I'm still waiting for Sega to announce Sakura Wars spinoff games like "Shin Hanagumi Taisen Columns" and seems like it's not an impossible scenario.
Sega is researching fan demand and weighing what steps it can take to make Sakura Wars on other platforms, such as Nintendo Switch, a reality.
Sakura Wars, the western name of Shin Sakura Taisen, now available on PS4, was picked by the development team after a very lengthy discussion.
Judging from Producer Tetsu Katano's words, we should get news regarding the western release of PS4 exclusive Project Sakura Wars soon.
New details on Shin Sakura Taisen The Animation and the Moscow Combat Revue designed by Kaguya Luna character designer Mika Pikazo. Staff, cast comments.
Toshihiro Nagoshi announces Yakuza: Like a Dragon sold over 300,000 copies, comments on the game and Project Sakura Wars sales, lack of full voice acting.
Skies of Arcadia developer strongly wishes to make a sequel, but is it possible? Let's analyze the situation and come up with an answer: the Switch.
2019 had a lot of cool mecha related games, but a lot of other great games from other genres too. Here are my top 10 from this year.
Grab some food and watch our Let's Play and live translation of the first chapter of PS4 exclusive Project Sakura Wars.
Project Sakura Wars Anime will feature Sakura Amamiya as its protagonist and exclusive Moscow Combat Revue characters. New goods announced.
Project Sakura Wars has multiple DLC costumes and accessories coming.
New gameplay and screenshots for Project Sakura Wars, revealing the beginning of the game.
Project Sakura Wars: Chisa Yokoyama and Michie Tomizawa Initially Turned Down Voicing Yasha and Sumire
Chisa Yokoyama and Michie Tomizawa had doubts about their roles in Project Sakura Wars but eventually ended up embracing them.
The 9th Project Sakura Wars stream revealed the battle simulator, minigames, how to rewatch cutscenes, commercials, new collabs, and new comments from Producer Katano.
Project Sakura Wars Producer Tetsu Katano also mentioned Hakushu, voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro, was initially supposed to be a male character.