The Yakuza series has become a fan favorite, with recent entries in the series helping to reignite the fires of players seeking dramatic gangster stories, mini-games, and arcade games galore. But what has really set Yakuza apart from other story driven games is the unique tone and attitude the series takes. Speaking to Jon Riesenbach, we got to discuss how the Yakuza Remastered Collection aims to help bridge the gap between older and newer titles. Curious to find out more? Hit the jump and read on!
Yakuza 5 first launched on PlayStation 3 in Japan in December of 2012. Now the final PS3 entry is about to make its way to PlayStation 4 in Japan, and Sega has a launch date lined up for June 20. Read on for a new trailer.
Sega has been having a good run with the Yakuza series, including the Kiwami remakes of the first two games. Naturally, that means it's time to move on to the PlayStation 3 entries in the series, so read on for more.
In case you weren't already aware, Yakuza 5 is finally available to download for PlayStation 3 in the Americas and Europe. You can grab it from PSN for $39.99, and prepare yourself for the action and club-hopping to come with the launch trailer after the jump.
Some pretty surprising announcements took place during today's PlayStation Experience 2015: Yakuza 5 will be releasing next Tuesday, December 8 for North American and European gamers, and Yakuza 0 was confirmed for a western release. Hit the jump for more!
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.