Yakuza 5 is an action-adventure title developed and published by Sega.
It was the first Yakuza title since Yakuza 3 to use a new engine.
The saga is now (mostly) complete.
Remasters for Yakuza 3, 4 and 5 finally make their way to other platforms.
As excepted, you can run this easily on most current PCs.
The Medium and Cyber Shadow are also inbound.
Previously exclusive to PS4, all four titles are finally coming to Xbox platforms and PC.
Darksiders Genesis also debuts for other platforms in the UK, selling the most units on PS4.
Physical release of Yakuza 3, 4, and 5 remasters planned for February 2020.
The remaster will have all the side oddities the series is known for.
Check out the visual improvements and various oddities that adorn the remaster.
The PS3 classic comes to PS4 with an improved resolution and frame rate.
The world of Yakuza is a dangerous yet thrilling place. Here are a few things going on behind its scenes.
The remastered versions will bring improved resolutions and framerates.
Some good, well deserved numbers.
More Yakuza remakes could be a thing.
I suppose Xbox Live wins this month.
Sony's Japan showcase ranks slightly above its indie showcase.
Still no word on official release date.
A small delay, but a delay nonetheless.
Everything you need to know about Yakuza 5.
Launches Summer 2015.
Though Yakuza Ishin is in full swing, its predecessor is still stuck in Japan.
Finally! Some one explains just what's going on (even if it's in Japanese).
I have no idea what's going on
We have some new information on Yakuza 5, courtesy of Andriasang. They say that the Kazuma Kiryu is going to be the main protagonist in the game. These details were revealed in Famitsu, which was tr... Read More