It's not every day that you see a bottle of booze stamped with "licensed by Sega". But this isn't everyday. It's Tuesday, May 31.
Yakuza, Sega's games about... yakuza, is once again collaborating with a Japanese liquor maker for its latest game, Yakuza: of the End. The last couple of Yakuza games got their own alcohol, and the upcoming title is no exception.
A Yakuza: of the End label is being slapped on a bottle of awamori, a type of strong, distilled Japanese alcohol that differs from brewed sake.
It's priced at ¥1,890 (US$23) and from Okinawa's Seifuku Distillery. Not a fan of awamori, though I do love sake—just not in beer. Do not put sake in beer. Seriously, it's a waste of sake.