Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Maybe you haven't heard of lewd visual novel Sakura Spirit, which is currently available on Steam. That's OK, because Sakura Spirit's Steam reviews are here to help.

Even if you have no interest in playing it, it's hard not to be struck by the reviews of Sakura Spirit—most are silly. And given that the game is, as one reviewer calls it, the "closest thing to hentai in steam," a lot of the reviews reference sex. Fair warning!

First, so you get a sense of what the game looks like, here's a trailer:

Granted, once in-game, the stuff you see might be a little less, err, wholesome. Still, the game looks like standard fare as far as visual novels of this type go, right? It's not that the game is of particular note, or that the game is good/worth playing, but rather that it was recently released on Steam—so there are a bunch of fresh Steam reviews for it. Most are reviews are rather ridiculous. Some are kind of uncomfortable.

Let's take a look at what people are saying about the game, shall we?

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

Sakura Spirit, As Told By Steam Reviews

I think my favorite part is the constant allegation that the game is short, and yet there are a number of people with a ridiculous number of hours in the game. Obviously its easy to just leave the game running, but still—kind of funny.

You can read more Steam reviews of Sakura Spirit here.