It looks like Yakuza Kenzan and Ishin could get a localization in the future, but in the form of a new remake. In an interview published by our German peers at JPGames, and translated in English by Tojodojo, Daisuke Saito hinted it’s possible Yakuza Kenzan and Ishin could gt a localization, and a remake. Daisuke
Sega and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio held on December 8 a special live stream celebrating the 15th anniversary of the Yakuza series. The first Ryu Ga Gotoku game released 15 years ago on PS2 on December 8, 2005. Note the stream is still ongoing and we’ll keep adding details to this article so keep F5-ing.
This month’s SegaNama had Sega Chief Creative Officer Toshihiro Nagoshi speak on how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting Sega’s activities. Toshihiro Nagoshi also most notably spoke about Nintendo Switch and Animal Crossing: New Horizons‘ record sales. We covered that here. One part of the stream also featured Yakuza series Director Daisuke Sato, who shared how
Yakuza: Like a Dragon might be coming to PS5. This month’s SegaNama stream included a corner with Yakuza series’ Daisuke Sato chatting about how the Covid-19 pandemic affects Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio and Sega. He explained how game development has slowed down at the studio and Sega as a whole, but it’s still progressing. At
On March 13, multiple Japanese news outlets reported the arrest of Pierre Taki for the use of cocaine, and how he has admitted the charges against him. Pierre Taki, whose real name is Masanori Taki, is a multi-talented star in Japan. He has been part of the Japanese showbiz industry for more than thirty years since his debut
During a Yakuza event at the Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California, Producer Daisuke Sato provided some interesting information about the series. Sato-san mentioned that Yakuza 0 is a game that is particularly beloved even within the Yakuza development team, so the idea of creating a Yakuza 0-2 (which would be set between Yakuza 0 and the first game