One Mortal Kombat 11 fan has perfectly recreated Jax Briggs' fatalities using absolutely no budget. You have to see this.
Toshihiro Nagoshi will retire from his Chief Creative Officer role but will, needless to say, stay at Sega and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio to work on Yakuza.
Video games are good again, and it's all because of Tak, Ichi, and Uncle Kaz.
With each update, Game Pass continues to be the best deal in gaming.
Sega Europe is teasing "something special" for tomorrow's live stream. Make sure to check back tomorrow to see what all the hubbub is about.
After a mediocre year of games overall in 2019, and *gestures broadly* everything this year, 2020 has been remedied with some great games.
This year has given me new insight into the myriad experiences that videogames can offer, and that indie titles are at its forefront.
2020 kind of sucked, but at least there were some solid video games to keep us occupied.
Video games were one of the things that helped me keep my sanity through 2020. Having to only pick ten was tough, but these were my standouts.
As a result of attention in the west and its releases on PC, the Yakuza series has reached new lifetime sales milestones in 2020.
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 Stream to Take Place Next Month Celebrating 15th Anniversary, Announcements Regarding Future of the Series to be Made
Yakuza is set to celebrate its 15th anniversary in a few weeks, but it seems as though we might learn what's to come in the beloved franchise as well.
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.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, SEGA is selling its arcades on December 30, 2020, and will quit the Amusement Center Operations business.
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.