Toshihiro Nagoshi, the Yakuza years via Archipel Caravan

Yakuza series creator Toshihio Nagoshi shares looks back on the development of the Ryu ga Gotoku series in this awesome interview by Archipel Caravan. Nagoshi-san confirmed Yakuza: Like a Dragon didn't start development as...

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Patch 1.03 Fixes Enemy Weaknesses bug!

Yakuza: Like a Dragon Patch 1.03 Fixes Enemy Weaknesses bug!

In case you didn't realize it in Yakuza: Like a Dragon after you get the Sojidex you should start seeing enemy weaknesses in battle when you select the appropriate moves. A TON of people have been experiencing a bug where the enemy weaknesses just don't show. (This...

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Yakuza Fan Podcast – Episode 30: Aussie Adventures

We’re back from an extended break and trying something new. A long distance podcast over discord with my brother (and new editor!) Lachlan! We’re still working out the kinks but stay tuned for bigger and better things! Nice to back in the swing of things again.

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The Passage of Time

The Passage of Time

I’ve always considered this site to be a place for fans to share their Yakuza love. We used to be able to quickly reblog things through tumblr but now that fan promotion is a little harder to do. Luckily we’ve got a fantastic community that are still just as passionate as ever about seeing this series succeed in the west. We’re all separated around the globe but interacting through twitter, facebook and discord I’d consider all of you friends.

Yakuza fan Jack (@CreamyElephant) has been a loyal reader, and backer, for a while now and asked if it would be ok to share his thoughts on something that he finds the Yakuza series does almost completely uniquely for a video game series.

Make sure you get in touch and let Jack know what you think or please leave a comment.

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Yakuza Kiwami Guide by Ryu Ga Gotoku Fan

Yakuza Kiwami Guide by Ryu Ga Gotoku Fan

The awesome guys over at Ryu Ga Gotoku Fan have put together a (mostly) complete guide for Kiwami for PS3/PS4 so anyone looking to import the amazing from the ground up remake of Yakuza 1 can now do so without needing to worry about whether or not they can enjoy all...

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