Earlier today we got a chance to throw some questions at Scott Strichart, the Associate Localization Producer on Yakuza 0. With the release of the game in just a few hours from now we got a chance to ask about his role in the localization process and how the guys over at SEGA have been dealing with the awesome positive buzz the games have gotten in these last few weeks leading up to release.
We talk localization and the collaboration between the Japanese and western teams as well as his personal favorite parts of Yakuza 0. We even snuck in a couple of questions directly from our backers!read more
Here's another one of those "Why does nobody talk about this?!" features of Yakuza 0. Weapon crafting returns in Yakuza 0 but this time around it's a weird metagame. Instead of grinding for parts through battle 0 has you sending out agents across the world to gather...read more
Finally after weeks of waiting, just a few days before release, we finally get to see Yakuza 0's trophy list. It's pretty standard stuff for the Yakuza games and going for that platinum is going to drive you crazy. I already missed the Best Served Cold? trophy so...read more
Starting at Chapter 6 you'll gain access to one of the most unique parts of Yakuza 0; Real Estate Royale. This amazing mini game lets you buy a virtual stake in kamurocho and it's businesses by buying up shops all over town and protecting them from miscreants. You'll...read more
The Ryu Ga gotoku 6 Perfect Capture Guide from famitsu is now available to purchase both physically and digitally. You can grab it from Amazon and is as much a guide as it is a complete game encyclopedia. Looks like they didn't miss anything! The first 40 pages of the...read more
For those of you playing Yakuza 6 you'll likely have noticed that instead of Locker keys and Girl cards from previous games this time around you'll have Kiryu opening safes found around Kamurocho. The keys are always relatively close to each safe and are pretty easy...read more
Getting tired of beating up thugs all day? Relax at the Hi-Tech Land SEGA in either Sotenbori or 2 different locations in Kamurocho. Offering up 4 classic SEGA titles hand picked from the 80's to make sure you're really feeling what it was like to visit an arcade back...read more