Scott & Sam continue their adventures through the 1980's!
Localization producers Scott and Sam from SEGA are back streaming Yakuza 0! Giving a deeper look into what it was like localizing one of the best games in the series. Even in the first 10 minutes there's some great insight...
Moments ago the Hokuto Ga Gotoku, the Fist of the north Star game created by the Yakuza team in the Kiwami engine, was revealed! It was even drawn by original manga illustrator Tetsuo Hara! Love the celebration of Hokuto No Ken the game is shaping up to be...read more
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Here our first playthrough of Kiwami 2. It's 1 am and in Chinese but man am I excited to get back into this! I'm playing the Chinese version as I say in the video it released earlier and it costs $50 less to import! You can grab the demo...read more
The demo for Ryu Ga Gotoku KIWAMI 2 is now live on the Japanese and Hong Kong PSN stores! It comes in around 9.9 GB (which is way better than the Yakuza 6 demo that was around 40 GB!) You'll need to sign up for an account in either country to grab the demo, and yes...read more
Starting right now you can head over to http://yakuza.sega.com/y6artcontest/ and vote for the final piece of art gets the last slot in the Yakuza 6: Essence of Art edition! There's some really amazing entries so make sure you take a good hard look before you cast your...read more
Masayoshi Yokoyama, chief producer on Kiwami 2, appeared on famitsu tube along side JAV actress, and in game hostess, AIKA to show off Kiwami 2's hostess club management minigame! This time around you'll be Yuki (yes the same one...read more
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Preorder headaches in Japan as we try to work out the best version of Kiwami 2 to get.read more
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October got here quicker than any of us imagined! This month we couldn't decide on only 1 design so we figured why not throw them all at you! If you buy from Teepublic within the next 72 hours you'll get 30% off! Don't forget these are all available as...read more
For those of you who missed it the guys from SEGA did an awesome Yakuza AMA on reddit a couple of days ago. Almost no topic was off the table and we got a chance to get some great insite in to what it was like localizing the Yakuza series and how they managed to bring it back from the dead. PR guys William Chan (@SirWillshire) and Jacob Nahin (@JacobNahin) with our Yakuza localization pros, Sam Mullen (/u/SEGA_SamMullen, @sam_mullen) and Scott Strichart (/u/SEGA_ScottStrichart, @TriggerRedd)
You can read the whole thing over here or below I’ve gone through the entire AMA and threaded the best questions for you to browse.read more
Out of nowhere Jon Alagoa, actor, martial arts master, and gamer, has made a short Yakuza Kiwami fan film. Set on the streets of London this 3 minute short has an amazingly well crafted fight between Kiryu...read more