This year has given me new insight into the myriad experiences that videogames can offer, and that indie titles are at its forefront.
Game Pass adds the Yakuza Remastered Collection and Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, meaning you can now play the entire Kiryu saga on Xbox consoles or PC
With the Yakuza franchise picking up steam and becoming as wildly popular as is it now, it's interesting to learn where it may be headed next.
Yakuza series producer took to his official Twitter to personally shoot down a rumor about Yakuza: Like an Ashura circulating the internet.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is out today (unless you want it on PS5) and, to celebrate, Sega dropped a wonderful new trailer full of wacky hijinks.
Kiryu who? I'm all about that Kasuga life now. Yakuza: Like a Dragon took no time at all to become one of my favourite Yakuza games to date.
An experimental genre shift has done nothing to hamper the Yakuza experience. The new battle system is an absolute riot, with everything else intact.
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.