All of the mainline Yakuza titles are now available on PC and Xbox One. Yakuza 6 rounds out the set with its launch.
In a world of 1s and 0s, where the virtual is sold at a premium while the mundane is dirt-cheap, we all need something real. Something like professional wrestling. At least, that’s what one game producer thought, and who are we to argue with a technical knock-out?
Sega hosted a new presentation for Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis. The presentation revealed a new Japanese closed beta test, which is currently ongoing, with a global one to come at a later, as yet unannounced, date.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon makes the leap to PlayStation 5 after originally releasing in 2020. A new trailer and some downloadable goodies for all platforms mark the occasion.
RPGamers have another way of getting into Phantasy Star Online 2. The free-to-play MMORPG is arriving on the Epic Games Store next week.
The first 2021 update for Phantasy Star Online 2 is now live. The update adds the new Luster Scion class, the sixth chapter of the Episode 6 story, and more.
Yakuza spin-off Judgment is making its way to new platforms. Barring sufficient objections, the game will hit PS5, Xbox Series X, and Stadia this April.
PC and Xbox RPGamers now have another trio of Yakuza games available to them. The remastered entries for Yakuza 3, 4, and 5 are available in a bundle as well as separately.
Sega held a new live stream for MMORPG Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis. The presentation covered many of the game’s story and gameplay basics.
The remaining Yakuza games are making their way to both Xbox One and PC. The Yakuza Remastered Collection will arrive in January, with Yakuza 6 to follow in March.
Squad E is embarking on a new mission to bring Valkyria Chronicles 4 to Google Stadia. Sega is expecting reports of success on that front very soon.
The international release of the Episode 6 update for Phantasy Star Online 2 is coming next week. The update includes new story content, quests, classes, and more.
A new protagonist appears! Move over Kazuma Kiryu because Kasuga Ichiban has stolen the spotlight! Yakuza: Like a Dragon has a new kid in town, but is he ready to take on the reins of becoming the next dragon?
The latest Yakuza title is now available in North America and Europe. RPGamers can join forces with new protagonist Ichiban Kasuga and his allies in a new turn-based combat system.
RPGamer had the chance to interview Sega Localization Producer Scott Strichart. The discussion covered his work on the Yakuza series and the localization for the upcoming Yakuza: Like a Dragon.
As Yakuza: Like a Dragon draws near a western release, Sega is releasing all sorts of interesting trailers. The latest shows off the graphical powers of the Xbox Series X while also displaying some of the more outrageous moments.
Sega showed off plenty of gameplay for Yakuza: Like a Dragon in a two-hour livestream. The stream utilised the game’s Xbox Series X version, which will launch alongside most other platforms this November.
A brand new Yakuza game — complete with new protagonist, location, and combat — hits North America and Europe next month. RPGamer was given the opportunity to check out what lies in store in Yokohama’s Isezaki Ijincho district.
New media for Yakuza: Like a Dragon shows off many of the game’s side content and mini-games. Sega also revealed that, in a first for the series, some of its karaoke songs have been given English renditions.
Sega has updated the western release date for Yakuza: Like a Dragon, aligning most of its platforms to the same date. The publisher also revealed the game’s minimum and recommend PC specs.