Sega released a new gallery of screenshots of the upcoming remaster of Yakuza 5 for PS4, showing plenty of minigames and charming hostesses.
Gawd, I hope it gets released without Sony's recent censorship taking stuff out ... Played a bit of Yakuza 5 on PS3, liked it, but it basically came out when we had already moved on to current-gen ...
I wonder when Ryu Ga Gotoku will start developing Switch games. Now that Switch has outpaced the PS4 in Japan, I expect a ton of Japanese studios to make the jump.
Since Yakuza made the jump to PS4 I don't think the dev team wants to take a step back and make a game on weaker hardware but I do agree with Sony's recent censorship issue Switch would be a better fit for the series.
@Ak Bingo Also the reason you'll never see DMC 5, Monster Hunter World and a ton others there. Nintendo's game has always been catered to low line Japanese games. It means a ton of developers don't gave me to spend millions on studio time and marketing to compete with AAA games. This is how Nintendo competes with PSX & MS.
IIRC isn't all this stuff is Japan exclusive, I thought 3-5 were just remasters.
I started playing from Zero thru Kiwami 2 and I still have 6 in plastic. I need 3 and 4 to drop ASAP.
I'm in the same situation. I love this series and I'm also looking forward to Judgement.
Holy hell i thought i was the only 1 !!! My ps3 crapped on me and they're not on ps now, so we're screwed untill sega eventually releases them in the west
Wtf sega just release 3, 4 in the west already !!!
3 & 4 need to get their asses here already
I wanna get into this series, but I have no idea where to start. Wasn’t there a few PS3 remakes of the PS2 games?
That's all nice and dandy but they need to release Yakuza 3 and 4 to the West first..
One of the screenshot shows a sign that say “AMD”. So I hope that this is an indication that they will release this in the west as well as on PC.
OK but what about yakuza 3 and 4 first?
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