Yakuza developers post their own April Fool's Day prank by posting a mock development trailer for a JRPG-style Yakuza game.
Yakuza Online brought the series to mobile platforms in Japan recently, but Toshihiro Nagoshi of SEGA may want it heading to the West
Yakuza Online and Idola: Phantasy Star Saga have reached a combined pre-registration milestone in Japan, so players are getting some free goodies.
Sega announced its lineup of games that will be presented at Tokyo Game Show, from Project Judge to Idola: Phantasy Star Saga and more.
Yakuza Online is coming to Japan, and pre-registrations have been opened today for the new free to play game for mobile and pc.
You can finally see what the gameplay of Yakuza Online will look like thanks to a new trailer showcased by Sega at Tokyo Game Show,
Sega will have a strong presence at Tokyo Game Show, including its whole Yakuza lineup, while Atlus's participation will be definitely more low-key.
Sega Wants to Know if You Want Yakuza Kiwami 2, Fist of the North Star and Yakuza Online in the West
Sega has put out a survey asking Western fans about their interest in some of their upcoming Japanese titles including, Yakuza World, Yakuza Kiwami 2, and Hokuto Ga Gotoku.
Sega announces the sequel of the Yakuza series, which will span Yakuza Online and a mysterious "Shin Yakuza" game featuring a brand new hero.