A few days ago we posted about the classic arcade games that will find a home in the in-game arcades of Yakuza 0. The PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4 prequel has been previewed further throughout this week's Tokyo Game Show, and you can see some of the stage being set in bubble economy-era Japan after the jump.
According to this week's issue of Famitsu, the Game Centers of the Yakuza series will be back in the upcoming prequel Yakuza 0. Some of the games players will be able to kill time with include Sega arcade classics like Space Harrier, Super Hang-On, and Fantasy Zone. Hit the jump for more.
It's time for… even more from Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show conference! This time we have a bit to report on Yakuza Zero, the 1988-set prequel to the first game. See a preview from this morning's showing after the jump.
Sega formally announced Yakuza Zero a couple days ago, and this week's issue of Famitsu magazine follows up with some more info on the PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4 entry. Hit the jump for more.
Sega held a live stream earlier this morning to announce the next game in the Yakuza series, which was confirmed to be in the works for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 back in July. Now the title has been revealed as Yakuza Zero: Chikai no Basho (Yakuza Zero: The Place of Oath). Read on for more.
Sega is getting ready to announce the next entry in the Yakuza series, which hasn't had the greatest track record of making it to the west lately. The official reveal of the next game, in the works for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, is set for August 24 at 9:00pm Japan Time via Niconico. Hit the jump for more.
This week's issue of Famitsu magazine confirms a new Yakuza game in development for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. According to series supervisor Toshihiro Nagoshi and producer Masayoshi Yokoyama this one won't be another spin-off like Yakuza: Ishin or Dead Souls, but it's unclear whether it will be a proper numbered entry or not. Read on for more.
PlayStation 4 is now out in Japan, and so is Yakuza Ishin! The period piece entry in Sega's series, which sadly never quite caught on in the west, arrived on PS3 and PS4, and you can see an English-subtitled version of the launch trailer after the jump.
Yakuza 5 has remained a Japan-only entry since its December 2012 release on PlayStation 3, but that could change if some recent rumors pan out. According to Q-Mann's rumor mill column in gaming mag EGM, Yakuza 5 could make its way to the west courtesy of Atlus. Read on for more.
Yakuza Ishin (Yakuza Restoration) hits PlayStation 3 and 4 in Japan next month, and Sega kicked off TV campaigns with a couple of spots showing off a mish-mash of gameplay and a dash of story. See both after the jump.