Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is an action adventure video game developed and published by Sega. It is the final instalment in the series to feature Kazuma Kiryu as its protagonist.
Yakuza 6 is the first game in the series to be built on a new engine developed by Sega for PS4, called the Dragon Engine.
A report reveals that Yakuza creator Toshihiro Nagoshi will be leaving Sega for NetEase Games, with negotiations being almost complete.
The Steam version goes live today at 9 AM PST.
Nothing too intense for the next Yakuza re-release on PC.
Previously exclusive to PS4, all four titles are finally coming to Xbox platforms and PC.
Ryu ga Gotoku Studio's series is "highly evaluated by overseas users" though still considered niche.
The series will get a special celebration later in the month.
The world of Yakuza is a dangerous yet thrilling place. Here are a few things going on behind its scenes.
I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.
Swinging, riding, driving, and sailing across the biggest game worlds of the year.
Sega looks to be gearing up to make an announcement at the event this December.
Kazuma Kiryu's swansong accomplished a first for the entire franchise.
Yakuza's Executive Director Toshihiro Nagoshi reveals- among other things- how the games were made to appeal to the Japanese male audience.
Looks like PC players are getting another Yakuza game soon.
That's a pretty good success already!
A complete video walkthrough for Yakuza 6.
A complete guide for Yakuza 6.
Check out these new live action shots for Yakuza 6.
Head to head comparison between the PS4 and PS4 Pro versions of Yakuza 6.
This time around, players won't be able to access the full game.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life ends Kiryu's story on a very high note.
No penalty for any users who got the game this way, though.
How do you even make this mistake?
That seems to me to be a tad excessive.
Kiryu is coming back for his final chapter- here's why you should be excited.
Luckily, a demo is coming at the end of the month to tide us over.
Turf wars, in the streets of Tokyo.
The much loved minigames return in Kiryu's last chapter.
Fill in the gaps between Kiwami and 6.
The newest Yakuza title finally receives a release date in the West.
And it's a lot more bad-ass than you think.
Some good, well deserved numbers.
More Yakuza goodness for PlayStation.
Less love for 3DS game Gudetama Okawari Ikagassuka.
It looks nice.
A nice blend of how the characters will lead normal lives outside of their missions.
However the PS3 version still has them.
Looking amazing as usual.
Top-tier fighting game sort of heading to PS4.
Emergent gameplay possibilities abound.
If you live in Japan, that is.
Feast your eyes on trailers for these games you won't get to play for another few years.
Everything you need to know about Yakuza 6
Series finally breaking from the confines of cross gen.