Sega still hasn't committed to an official North American release date for Yakuza 5 despite briefly listing it for November, but either way it should be available to download on PlayStation 3 soonish. To tide everyone over, Sega released a big batch of of screenshots focusing on combat and the unique fighting styles of each of the protagonists. More after the jump.
There's a plethora of things to see and do in Yakuza 5, and that's not even including the actual campaign portion of the game. Sega's quirky and beloved Yakuza series is well-known, in fact, for the hours of fun you can have within without even stopping to complete missions. Hit the jump to have a look at what's out there!
If you're looking for an extended preview of Yakuza 5 and have about 90 minutes to kill, Sega of America shared the first live footage of the English build. Watch as localization producer Sam Mullen and PR rep John Hardin showcase the gameplay and talk Yakuza facts and trivia after the jump.
It's been announced that Yakuza 5, the next iteration in the best-selling Yakuza series, will finally be headed for release on PlayStation 3 this November in North America and Europe. Hit the jump for more info!
Yakuza 5 has a date with PlayStation 3 in the west sometime before the end of the year, so Sega rolled out some more details along with the third developer interview video. First up, the game is now available for digital pre-order, and those who do so will get a 15% discount and the "Fulfiller of Dreams" theme, pictured after the jump.
Back in June Sega debuted the first in a series of developer interviews for Yakuza 5, which makes its way to PlayStation 3 in the west this fall. The second part is finally here, with General Director Toshihiro Nagoshi and Producer Masayoshi Yokoyama on hand to dig into the details after the jump.
Sega announced Yakuza 5 for the west back in December, and now promotion is starting to heat up for the PlayStation 3 game. Sega uploaded the first of three Developer Interview videos, featuring a chat about the game's theme, scope, and more after the jump.