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Yakuza Kiwami coming to North America August 2017

North American fans of the Yakuza series can dive back into the original game this August with the release of Yakuza Kiwami on PS4. The Facts On April 12, Sega America announced that Yakuza Kiwami would be released in North America on August 29. The announcement was accompanied by an english subtitled …

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Yakuza 0 (PS4) Review

Conspiracy, action, and an open world set in 1980’s Japan. Welcome to Yakuza 0. Conspiracy, action, and an open world set in 1980's Japan. Welcome to Yakuza 0. Yakuza 0 is an open-world game set in rad 1980's Japan at the boom of its economic reconstruction. The Japan in Yakuza 0 …

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Blade Arcus from Shining: Battle Arena (PC) Review

Blade Arcus from Shining: Battle Arena brings classic 2D fighting to the PC, with liberal doses of Sega’s Shining series’ sprinkled in. Blade Arcus from Shining: Battle Arena brings classic 2D fighting to the PC, with liberal doses of Sega's Shining series' sprinkled in. Yes, Studio Saizensen's latest (published globally by Sega) is essentially a crossover …

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Yakuza 0 Slated for January Western Release

Yakuza 0

Yakuza fans finally can rest easy! Sega confirmed that Yakuza 0 will make the leap to Western shores as a Playstation 4 exclusive. Developed and Published by Sega, Yakuza 0 takes place prior to the rest of the series. Set in 1988, the prequel expands on the origins of the Dragon of Dojima (Kazuma …

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Brutal Roundup: 5/30 through 6/5

We have a bunch of live reviews this week, including Overwatch and Battleborn. We also reviewed Popstar and Hard Reset Redux and The Final Station. On the news side of things, we reported on Mad Catz getting rocked by Rock Band 4, the No Man’s Sky delay controversy, and more. …

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Sega promotes modding in Mega Drive Classics Hub

Mega Drive Classic Hub

After launching the Sega Mega Drive Classics Hub on Steam in late April, Sega sold over 350,000 titles in three weeks. “Mods are a smart way to work with retro content because they may be games that have not been touched in maybe ten years but people still love them,” …

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