Yakuza: Like a Dragon is shaping up to be quite the next-gen showpiece on Xbox Series X. Today, Sega gave us another look at the game in action.
Streets of Kamurocho is a limited-time mashup of Yakuza and Streets of Rage. The game comes to PC on October 17 but is only available until October 19.
An experimental genre shift has done nothing to hamper the Yakuza experience. The new battle system is an absolute riot, with everything else intact.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is going to have tons of side activities for you to get up to. Including, English voiced karaoke for the first time ever.
The first three chronological entries in the Yakuza franchise will be free from now through Sunday for those subscribed to Xbox Live Gold.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon now has official launch dates for all platforms in the west, with most versions of the game releasing in November.
Sega Chief Creative Officer Toshihiro Nagoshi officially announced at TGS 2020 an Hollywood live-action movie of Yakuza is coming.
Turns out Sega isn't planning to announce a new Yakuza game at TGS 2020 after all, though some projects are in development as expected.
Yakuza is coming to the big screen and Kasuma Kiryu will seemingly be taking center stage in the film's plot.
Despite some promising hints from the official site, Producer Masayoshi Yokoyama confirmed that Yakuza Kiwami 3 would not debut there.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon fans can pick the game up a few days early if they decide to pick up an Xbox Series X or S on those consoles' launch date.
Players who haven't embraced the Gokudo by spending years learning Japanese will now be able to enjoy Yakuza: Like A Dragon on November 13.
This guy might not be Kazuma Kiryu, but he sure does walk, talk, and hide like the legendary Dragon of Dojima from the Yakuza series.
Toshihiro Nagoshi congratulated everyone who worked on Ghost of Tsushima, commenting on various aspects of the PS4 exclusive by Sucker Punch.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is now officially coming to both Xbox Series X and PS5 and it will only retail for $60, unlike some next-gen games.
Joining George Takei in this upcoming Yakuza release is Kaiji Tang, a notable anime voice actor
Two dragons engage in battle for Kamurocho when Yakuza Kiwami 2 hits Xbox One and Windows 10 via Xbox Game Pass later this month.
Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio's Daisuke Sato might have accidentally revealed Yakuza: Like a Dragon is coming to PS5 at some point.
With Yakuza, Dead Cells, Payday, and more, the PlayStation Store Hidden Gems Sale is offering tons of discounts on unique titles.
Yakuza: Like A Dragon finally has a western release window and will be arriving on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.