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Yakuza’s 15th anniversary livestream will include news on “future developments”

By Dom Peppiatt, Sunday, 22 November 2020 16:29 GMT Yakuza developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio plans to hold a special livestream to mark the series’ 15th anniversary in December.Hot on the heels of the launch of the critically acclaimed Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio plans to hold a livestream that’ll include notes on future plans for the series (thanks, PCGamesN).The studio announced the plans via its Twitter account, which reveals the dedicated livestream will include a retrospective on 15 years of the series and promises to announce “future developments” for Yakuza, too. 【『龍が如く』15周年 記念特番配信決定】12月8日(火)20時より龍が如く15周年を記念した生放送番組を配信決定! ゲストに黒田崇矢さん、中谷一博さんをお迎えし、15年の歴史を振り返ると共に、今後の展開を発表いたします! 視聴URLはこちらhttps://t.co/LuDiquRGkb#龍が如く pic.twitter.com/czdiVCL0RK — 龍が如くスタジオ 公式…

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Yakuza producer would like to create “a completely different Sonic” game if given the chance

As part of the celebration for Sega’s 60th anniversary, they’ve sat down with long-time Yakuza series producer and director Daisuke Sato to talk about his history with the company. Although he’s got years of Yakuza games to his name, including Yakuza: Like A Dragon, the series he’s never gotten involved with but would like to is Sonic. Heck, maybe that’s a Sonic game even I would play. (more…)

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Yakuza: Like A Dragon is the most playful the series has ever been

I’m playing bombastic action RPG Yakuza: Like A Dragon for review, and I’ve not spent quite as much time as I’d like with it to give you the full lowdown. But I wanted to give you some of my first impressions – a little rib in the chest before the big sucker punch. One thing I’m absolutely certain of already is that Like A Dragon is the most expressive Yakuza of the lot. Not that the previous bunch weren’t comfortable in their own skin, it’s more like they were a little too comfortable. They stuck so rigidly to what they…