Sega and Ryū ga Gotoku Studio held a RGG Like a Dragon Direct presentation. The companies provided a January release date for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth along with plenty of footage and details, as well as revealing the opening cinematic for Like a Dragon Gaiden.
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The latest details for Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name covers the game’s side content. Players will once again be able to visit the arcade, spend time with hostesses, drive RC cars, and more.
Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name is definitely capable of continuing the long, storied tradition of great titles from Ryu ga Gotoku Studio. This first-timer to the franchise was blown away by the style and comedy in this PAX West demo.
Ryū ga Gotoku Studio director Masayoshi Yokoyama presented a development update for Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name. The video features a lengthy overview new trailer as news of a trial version for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth.
Ryū ga Gotoku Studio provided a few more details for Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name. The update covers Kiryu’s relationship with Akame as well as introducing some more Daidoji Faction members.
Ryū ga Gotoku Studio released new details for Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name. The update introduces some of the characters Kiryu will be facing as he tries to cut off his past.
Ryū ga Gotoku Studio held its RGG Summit Summer 2023 presentation. The hour-long panel covered the upcoming Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name and Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, including showing a few new clips.
Sega and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio revealed a new title for Like a Dragon 8. Unfortunately for Ichiban Kasuga, the trailer announcing the change reveals a bit too much.
Sega and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio announced a release date for Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name. Kazuma Kiryu will be returning in November.
The Like a Dragon series is heading deep into the past, hoping to restore Japan to its former glory. But can Kazuma — I mean, Ryoma Sakamoto — find a girlfriend, stop a cult, pet cats and help the Shinsengumi restore Japan?
A free demo is available for Like a Dragon: Ishin! ahead of its launch next week. The combat demo lets players try out two action-focused sections of the game.
Ahead of its release in a few weeks, Sega released a new trailer for Like a Dragon: Ishin!. The video highlights Sakamoto Ryoma’s tale as he seeks justice in Tokugawa Shogunate-era Japan.
Sega released two new trailers showing Like a Dragon: Ishin!’s mini-games and Trooper Cards system. It also revealed two cameo appearances coming in the latter.
A new trailer for Like a Dragon: Ishin! shows some of the more sedate side content players can partake in. Meanwhile, Ryū ga Gotoku Studio studio director Masayoshi Yokoyama speaks to some of its Japanese cast.
Sega released four more short combat trailers for Like a Dragon: Ishin!. The teasers further demonstrate the four combat styles of Sakamoto Ryoma, as portrayed by Kazuma Kiryu.
As Like a Dragon: Ishin! slowly comes closer to release, Sega is showing off more of the game. This time around it has a video highlighting the different combat styles available in the game.
Ryū ga Gotoku Studio has one more surprise for players. Both Judgment and its sequel are now available for PC via Steam.
One of the Yakuza series’ previously Japan-only titles is heading overseas. The Like a Dragon: Ishin! remake will take international players to 1860s Bakumatsu period Japan in February.
In addition to revealing Like a Dragon: Ishin!, Ryū ga Gotoku Studio unveiled two more titles. Mainline title Like a Dragon 8 is being joined by Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name.
Lost Judgment’s The Kaito Files expansion is now available. The expansion follows Masaharu Kaito as a new case takes him back to his past.