Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs: The Thrilling Steamy Maze Kiwami Reviews
I had fun with Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs The Thrilling Steamy Maze Kiwami, but then I am a hardcore fan of classical roguelikes. I still play Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon every once in a while, and I am looking forward to the next Shiren the Wanderer a great deal. Given that the fan service is neither fun nor sexy enough and the game doesn’t do anything else to stand out within its niche, it’s not my favourite roguelike. But I don’t regret having played it by any means.
Hard to recommend for non-fans, but if you've read the manga or watched the anime, you'll want to experience this. If you can get past the control scheme, that is.
Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs:The Thrilling Steamy Maze Kiwami feels like it’s for fans of the show and not much else. Great voice work, good dungeon design, but distracting amounts of fetishization and silliness, plus the lack of explanation for anything that happened prior to the game’s beginning. If you know and love the source material, this feels like it’ll be a great time for longtime enjoyers. If you’re like me and didn’t know Yuuna and her crew until this moment, you might have a blast, but be warned: the tone is as hot and steamy as you might imagine.
Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs: The Thrilling Steamy Maze Kiwami delivers a competent yet familiar dungeon-crawling experience, blending light-hearted anime storytelling with engaging roguelike gameplay. While the narrative is enjoyable and predictably steeped in anime tropes, the game's real strength lies in its challenging gameplay and strategic depth, particularly in its item management system and the unique Resonance Hot Spring feature. However, the game's themes and visuals lack innovation, and the PC port disappoints with its limited options and subpar controller support. Despite its solid mechanics and charming narrative, the game struggles to distinguish itself in a genre filled with more compelling titles.
Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs: The Thrilling Steamy Maze Kiwami is a game that caters to a specific audience. It is a game that offers a lot of fanservice, humor, and adventure, but also a lot of controversy, censorship, and simplicity. It is a game that might not be suitable for everyone, but it is a game that delivers what it promises. It is a game that is worth trying, if you are a fan of the series.