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Sakura Santa Fills Stockings With, Ahem, Festive Cheer On Switch This Christmas

Sakura SantaImage: Gamuzumi

It’s that point of 12 months when vacation tie-ins flood the Switch eShop, though this newest addition to Nintendo’s digital storefront is a bit of racier than the same old festive fare. Yes, much more so than Santa Tracker, an app which follows Santa as he races across the globe on Christmas Eve. You cannot get a lot racier than that, absolutely?

Well, it appears you possibly can! Coming from Winged Cloud, developer of Would you prefer to run an idol café? and dozens of ‘Sakura’ collection titles, Sakura Santa is obtainable now on Switch eShop.

It’s a holiday-themed visible novel that follows the festive escapades of Koji, a scholar who’s feeling lonely after leaving residence to check at college. One journey to a shrine and one want later and the lonely chap is inundated with lovely girls carrying all method of yuletide apparel (or not) and he has to determine which of three alluring candidates he’ll spend the vacations with.

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The PR blurb highlights such options as “Beautiful ladies and romance”, “Beautiful anime artwork”, and “Multiple story paths”. The recreation has been obtainable on Steam since 2015, and whereas a cursory Google search will throw up a number of examples of the aforementioned anime artwork displaying the women in various states of festive undress, this can be a household web site. As such, we have caught to the screenshots Nintendo UK feels snug showcasing on its website:

Sakura Santa Screen 1Sakura Santa Screen 2Sakura Santa Screen 3Sakura Santa Screen 4Images: Gamuzumi

Sakura Santa launched on Switch eShop on sixteenth December for 9.99 — USD, GBP, and EUR — though it is acquired 20% off till sixth January. Let us know under should you’ll be investigating its yuletide charms this vacation season.

Hey, it will possibly’t probably be worse than the Last Christmas film, proper? Not that that movie was ‘unhealthy’ per se — it simply felt like a surreal improv experiment Emma Thompson performed whereas listening to Wham! underneath the affect of some psychedelic eggnog.

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Seriously, have you ever seen Last Christmas? It’s the weirdest factor we have watched in years. Anyway. Video video games.

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