Sega previously released walkthrough gameplay videos showing off Yakuza 0's world and battle system. This week's is all about the ladies, as we take a look at collectible model Telephone Cards, calling women via the Telephone club, gambling on swimsuit-clad Cat Fights, and more. Hit the jump to watch.
Sega is back with another extensive Yakuza 0 walkthrough video, and this time it's all about the prequel's battle system. See the various styles—including Kiryu's Thug, Damage Shop, and Rush styles, as well as Majima's Fight Master, Slugger, and Dancer styles—in action after the jump.
Yakuza 0 footage seems a little more enjoyable now that we know we'll finally be getting Yakuza 5 in the west. The latest gameplay clip for the 1988-set prequel offers up a world view tour through Kamurocho and Soutenburi, with a guest spot by Kazuhiro Nakaya, voice of Akira Nishikiyama. Hit the jump to watch.
At this point the prospect of Yakuza 5 being released outside of Japan seemed unlikely, but Sega and Sony are partnering up to do just that. Fan requests have been pouring in, so Yakuza 5 will be coming to PlayStation 3 in North America and Europe in summer 2015. More after the jump.
Yakuza 0 puts players in control of Kazuma Kiryu and Majima Goro before the events of the original PlayStation 2 Yakuza. Sega offered up a tour of the fictional Kamurocho and Soutenbori locations in all their 1988 glory during this morning's Sega Raw broadcast, and you can stroll along with them in the footage after the jump.
The chances of the next Yakuza game making it to the west remain as slim as ever, but at least we know when to expect it in Japan. As announced during this morning's Sega Raw broadcast, Yakuza 0 hits PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 12, 2015. More after the jump.
During Tokyo Game Show, Sega revealed a 15-minute story trailer for Yakuza 0. Now you can see the extended preview of its story—which follows a 20-year-old Kazuma Kiryu in a prequel set in December 1988—after the jump.
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.