ArtVandelay wrote: »
If you guys need more Awano in your lives:
Spirit Juice wrote: »
You get a hostess club girl from a sub mission at the disco.
WTF-AKUMA-HAX wrote: »
Sending people to the North Pole and they bring back nothing... reload save and get a different result!
King9999 wrote: »
Anyone know where I can find a better version of this music?
It's not in the OST.
Yakuza Kiwami will launch both physically and digitally for PlayStation 4 on August 29 in the Americas and Europe for $29.99 / £29.99 / €34.99, publisher Sega announced.
Pre-orders and limited first run copies of the physical version will come packaged in a SteelBook.
Sega has also launched the Yakuza Experience website, which features a Yakuza series interactive timeline and character map, as well as the first issue in a 10-part digital comic series called The Dragon’s Path.
The comic will recreate iconic moments from the franchise between Yakuza 0 and Yakuza 6, with some “surprises” to be expected.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life won an Excellence Award from the publication, and during the creator interview with Nagoshi, Famitsu editor-in-chief Katsuhiko Hayashi asked about the next entry in the series. Here’s what Nagoshi had to say:
As long as Yakuza 6 is labeled “the final chapter of Kazuma Kiryu,” we won’t be saying anything like, “just kidding!”
One of the keywords is that I want to create a new Yakuza.
I don’t think it’s necessary to narrow it down to a single title. It may be multiple titles.
We created the Dragon Engine with Yakuza 6, but the game engine itself will be completed with the development of a second or third title.
I’m already working on the next title. In the not too distant future… I think there will be an opportunity to talk about the next game’s development in a relatively early stage.
One more thing about the "Majima Everywhere" system: he’s rarely the same enemy twice. He’s unpredictable. That’s right, he has all his battle styles previously featured in Yakuza 0, except they’re just as powerful as they were then, so do expect to get beat down with bats, break-danced into the ground, and of course, stabbed, shanked, and cut when he comes at you in 'Mad Dog' style. Did I mention he has Heat Actions too?