GOG celebrates sakura season with Japan-inspired Kawaii Sale

by: Sean Colleli -
More On: Gog.com

Mother nature might be a bit confused here in Columbus Ohio--it's 60 degrees in February--but in the land of the rising sun, it's sakura season! This balmy time of year is characterized by blooming cherry blossom (sakura) trees and is apparently the season in which all high school anime take place. GOG is taking advantage of the season with their Kawaii sale, which brings discounts on Japanese-inspired games in the GOG catalog. The Agarest: Generations of War series is 65% off, Grandia II is hald off and Randy's favorite game Hatoful Boyfriend is a steal at 75% off.

Take advantage of this refreshingly eastern sale before it ends on Monday, Febraury 27th.




 

GOG.com is hosting a sale on games made in and inspired by Japan. In addition to those mentioned below, some additional standouts include Pier Solar, Corpse Party, and the Ys series, and watch for more additions on Friday.

Kawaii Sale Brings a Week of Japanese Gaming to GOG.com

Sakura Season Begins On GOG.com With Deals Up To -75%

Warsaw, February 20 – The Kawaii Sale has come to GOG.com, the digital game store that's forever in bloom. Starting today until February 27, 14:00 UTC – grab a selection of games made in and inspired by Japan – all up to 75% off.

From the magical to the bizarre, the Kawaii sale has a little something for everyone as we say goodbye to winter and welcome the cherry blossoms ahead. All week long, we're playing classic jRPGs like the Agarest: Generations of War series (-65%) or Grandia II (-50%), embracing the kawaii with Gurumin (-65%), and fawning over one-of-a-kind experiences like Hatoful Boyfriend (-75%) or Way of the Samurai 4 (-50%).

Plus, check back for new surprises added to the sale on Friday, February 24 at 11:00 UTC.

The Kawaii Sale will last until Monday, February 27.