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.
Microsoft has announced a cheaper, disc-less version of the Xbox Series X, the Xbox Series S. The reveal of the consoles’ release date was followed swiftly by release date updates for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and The Falconeer.
Sega has announced the official western release date for Yakuza: Like a Dragon. The date comes with some new media showing off the game’s new job system.
Yakuza Kiwami 2 has arrived on Xbox One and Microsoft’s Windows 10 store. In additiona to being available to purchase digitally, it is also included on the Xbox Game Pass subscription service.
The newest title in the Yakuza series will hit North America and Europe this November, with a PS5 version confirmed to be in development. Sega also announced that the game will come with English and Japanese voice overs.
Another Yakuza game is launching on Xbox One very soon. Yakuza Kiwami 2 will be available on the console and the Xbox Game Pass service at the end of this month.
During the first day of IGN’s Summer of Gaming, Sega showed some English gameplay from Yakuza: Like a Dragon. Senior Localization Producer Scott Strichart joined to talk about the game and its new turn-based combat system.
The latest Yakuza title is following many of its predecessors by heading to PC and Xbox. Yakuza: Like a Dragon will be available on both Xbox Series X and Xbox One, with a free upgrade to the former for those who initially purchase it on the latter.
The remaster of the first game in the Yakuza series is now available on Xbox One. Yakuza Kiwami is available to purchase digitally and included on Xbox Game Pass.
Yakuza 0 is now out on Xbox One. This game serves as the introductory story of Kazuma Kiryu’s journey through the life of a fledgling yakuza and the drama that follows.
The remastered version of Yakuza 5 is now available to download for owners of the Yakuza Remastered Collection on PlayStation 4. For those who want physical copies of Yakuza 3, Yakuza 4, and Yakuza 5, the good news is that the retail bundle is also out now.
If RPGamers needed more evidence of Yakuza: Like a Dragon’s JRPG inspirations, Sega has provided it. The game is going so far as to add dungeons and appropriate bosses.
Ichiban Kasuga will go from battling poverty to fighting power shovels on foot, and even spraying condiments on opponents to inflict damage. Yakuza: Like a Dragon is mixing a unique blend of ideas to create a memorable RPG experience.
Ichiban Kasuga will be able to power up various Life Experience attributes in Yakuza: Like a Dragon. These attributes provide a number of different benefits, both in and out of combat.
Survive Bar will be one of the major hangout spots for the party in Yakuza: Like a Dragon. Sega detailed some of the activities available for players to do at the bar, and also released another video showing a bit more gameplay.
A couple of Yakuza: Like a Dragon updates show off some more of the game. A new set of screenshots showcases the different areas of Isezaki Ijincho, while new gameplay footage highlights lots of available jobs.