The Yakuza Remastered Collection comes to Xbox, PC, and Xbox Gamepass, joining the three other Yakuza games to almost complete the Yakuza saga. Despite some clunky gameplay, The Yakuza Remastered Collection holds up extremely well and thanks to Gamepass, adds even more value to the best deal in gaming.
Judgment is a spinoff of the Yakuza franchise. Focusing on a former lawyer who turns to a life of working as a private eye, it's been available on PS4. Now it's coming to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on April 23, 2021.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a major departure in the Yakuza series but manages to keep what makes the Yakuza games great while trying something new. In doing so, Yakuza: Like a Dragon is not only one of the best Yakuza games, but also one of the best games of the year.
SEGA Europe dropped a new trailer today for Yakuza: Like a Dragon spotlighting how the game will be optimized for the Xbox Series X. The wacky open world beat 'em up will be released with the new console on Nov. 10.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is my first foray with the legendary Yakuza franchise, and it won't be my last. It's awesome. The storied franchise is making its debut as one of the first titles for Xbox Series X, and we went hands-on with a mid-game demo to take a look at how it runs, and how it plays.
According to an exclusive story published in Variety today, Sega is working with 1212 Entertainment and Wild Sheep Content on a live-action film based on the Yakuza series. They are currently looking for script writers.
The Yakuza franchise is made up of many over-the-top action games that focus on revenge in most cases. The latest entry, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, should launch in Holiday 2020. Today, Sega sent us a press release detailing the launch window and select voice actors.
Today at X019, Microsoft announced a number of Xbox Game Pass additions like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, a number of Final Fantasy games, and much more. While it's always great to see the Final Fantasy series being a part of Xbox Game Pass, the real stars of the show are the Yakuza games. This has always been regarded as a staple PlayStation 4 franchise.
Last year's hit Japanese role-playing game Yakuza 0 has finally made its way to the PC platform. Offering both a great story and a wealth of content, Yakuza 0 will keep your hands glued to your mouse and keyboard for days.
This would be a great opportunity for Microsoft to step in and ensure that the Yakuza games were ported to Xbox One. Just like the recently-released Nier: Automata, the console needs more high-profile Japanese titles to enhance its appeal.