Saki Portable

Saki Portable

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麻雀パートでは それぞれのキャラクターの能力を反映した本格麻雀が楽しめます!





◆OP&ED曲は、Little Non の書き下ろし新曲!
PSP®版の新規OP曲、ED曲はアニメ第2期OP曲担当の Little Non が

・咲-Saki- Portableオープニング曲
作詞作曲編曲・歌 :Little Non

・咲-Saki- Portableエンディング曲
作詞作曲編曲・歌 :Little Non

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Original Name  咲-Saki- Portable(通常版)
Official Release Date Mar 25, 2010
Genre Misc
Version  Japan
  CERO C (15+)
PAX-Code PAX0002890935
Catalog No.  ULJM-05556
Item Code  4562168541611
Players  1

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:8

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willtype (4) on 18, Mar. 2015 07:02 (HKT)
Great japanese style mahjong for Saki series fans
This is an awesome mahjong game! The only thing I don't like about this game is that it only keeps minimal play records as compared to other mahjong games [specifically it keeps tracks of your Wins as 1st, and Losses as every other place, your most used characters, and which Yakuman you have ever completed].
NOTE: right before starting a match, a list of rules pops up, like Open Tanyao ari, and etc. the option all the way on the bottom is for super-powers. if you disable that, this game becomes a fun and fair vanilla mahjong game with cute 2D girls.

I was lucky enough to get this special edition when it was on sale for like 30 USD. the box itself is nice and clean, made with sturdy material. the art on the box features the charming Onjouji Toki and Shimizudani Ryuuka [obviously the people at Alchemist also felt that the Toki/Ryuuka pair were the main heroines of Achiga-hen too!]. The included artbook is thick with game-specific art and is great material for people who like to sketch. The cd came in good condition.
I cannot recommend this enough to other Saki fans!
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jasonditz (2) on 17, Mar. 2011 06:03 (HKT)
This Game Cheats (Still Fun Though)
If you buy this game expecting a vanilla Mahjong simulation with cute Anime girls you're going to be very disappointed. Sure, the girls are cute (captain!!!) but its next to impossible to play a straight up game of Mahjong with Saki Portable.

Why? The game cheats.

And I don't mean cheats like I'm whining that the players are too good... I mean some of the players have literal in-game super-powers that can radically alter the flow of play. Saki herself is all but guaranteed to Rinshan Kaiho every time she calls a Kan that would put her in tenpai. The meganekko from her team can see all the "safe" discards sometimes, while the imoto character gets insane draws whenever she's east/east round. Shadow Momo literally doesn't have to announce her Riichis and a Ron off her disappears if you don't grab it within a couple seconds.

If you're a big fan of the anime all of this will make perfect sense. If you aren't it will drive you nuts.

But still and all, its not a bad game by any means. I wouldn't recommend it for someone just learning Mahjong, however, because it encourages some bad habits (like playing for ridiculously big impossible hands that happen all too often in the super-powered world of Saki).

If you're already comfortable in your game, however, and are familiar with the show, Saki can be great fun. The super-powers make it pretty lop-sided but they also make for some interesting challenges (especially if you play as one of the girls that doesn't come with a power).

I would never recommend it over Jan Sangoku Musou for a fledgling player, but its kept me occupied for a couple days trying to free up the hidden girls like Fujita-pro and it seems to offer a lot of unique scenarios.
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patrick2733 (11) on 14, Jan. 2011 20:41 (HKT)
Saki Portable is the best!
This is a good game!
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GumGum (16) on 11, Nov. 2010 23:52 (HKT)
Saki rocks!!
Love the anime, Love the game!! Mahjong is the best!! The characters are awfully cute at times!!
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elflane (34) on 18, May. 2010 10:57 (HKT)
LOVE so much
Saki is for fun and fans, if you love in the anime or manga, please try this game in once.
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