Sega just announced that two Yakuza games are on the way for the PC. They will be joined by the upcoming Valkyria Chronicles 4.
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Now that the West is getting new Yakuza games every six months, there's never been a better to check out the series. But with over seven games and numerous spin offs, it can be hard to know where to start. Well, today's your lucky day! Let me help you take your first step into one of gaming's best series.
Last year, Yakuza 0 brought gaming's best crime thriller and cabaret management series to a new group of fans. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life wants to be accessible to veterans and newbies alike. We took a closer look at the game alongside senior localisation producer Sam Mullen to get a sense of what's next for professional soft-boy Kazuma Kiryu. Also, karaoke!
The Yakuza series has a few constants: burly men with tattoos, karaoke and cabaret, dramatic fist fights, and the city of Kamurocho. From Yakuza 0's 1980s setting to Yakuza 6's modern day, players have seen the city grow and expand, adding life and character to one of gaming's greatest locations.
During this weekend's Yakuza press conference, actor Susumu Terajima made remarks that might get Yakuza Kiwami 2 cancelled in South Korea.
The Yakuza series' merger of story, exploration and bone-breaking combat has made for some of the best games I've ever played, including this year's wonderful Yakuza 0. Last week, at E3, I had hands-on time with Yakuza Kiwami, a remake of the first game, and Yakuza 6: The Song of Life. It was awesome.