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.
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 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.
Gaming within games is a grand tradition; a certain image macro comes to mind but I don't think I need to post it here. Sega is making its Club Sega arcade housed inside Yakuza 5 even sweeter with a new update, which adds online play to the Virtual Fighter 2 cabinet. Read on for more!