List of Sakura Wars Media

List Of Sakura Wars Media

This is a list of titles relating to the Sakura Wars (サクラ大戦, Sakura Taisen?) video game series. Sakura Wars is a series of dramatic adventure video games, manga, and anime developed and published by Sega and licensed by Red Entertainment (formerly Red Company).

Its first game, classified as dramatic adventure, premiered in Japan in 1996 and Sakura Wars games have later been on nearly every video game console since the Sega Saturn, including Dreamcast, Sega Titan, Game Boy Color, PlayStation Portable, Microsoft Windows, Wii, PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, and several models of mobile phone.

As of 2008, five games have been released as part of the main (numbered) series, as well as many spin-offs and related titles. Many games, dramas and anime series have several companion soundtracks with music from the franchise. In addition to video games, Sakura Wars has spawned several spin-offs, animated OVAs, an animated television series, an animated film and live action musicals, as well as a manga series.

For the Sakura Taisen World Project, 7 games were announced: Sakura Taisen: Atsuki Chishio ni, Sakura Taisen V: Saraba itoshiki hito yo, Sakura Taisen V: Episode 0, Sakura Taisen Monogatari - Teito-hen & Paris-hen, a title that tells the story of the Anti-Kouma Battle Squadron and the Kouma War. Also announced was a game that took place during the Sengoku Jidai and a PC port of Sakura Taisen 3.

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