Sakura Swim Club

Winged Cloud
Sep 11, 2015 - PC
3 / 10
Gaming Professors
5 / 10
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Those who are interested in Sakura Swim Club will likely know already what it is and have their minds decently made up about if it should be purchased or not. As a visual novel it's flat and basic, but it does manage to avoid being frustrating and isn't really 'harmful' in any way for its audience. People not interested in this "genre" will be just fine skipping it, as it holds no desire to deviate from it.

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Sakura Swim Club offers a well-written, but rather hackneyed cliché story that is quite predictable. Over the course of two hours, you'll chew through a lot of dialogue, with only two characters Mieko and Hiromi appearing depicted throughout the game, who are also the only ones to receive dubbing. It's a shame that the writers didn't go to the trouble of at least portraying the main protagonist or adding dubbing for the other characters to liven up the story. The overall rating is saved by the graphics and sometimes funny scenes with ecchi subtext. If you have a decent personal and sex life, there is no need to indulge in this title. On the contrary, I imagine that for some, Sakura Swim Club is a relaxing diversion for lonely long evenings.

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