Track: Comin’ at ya, my girl | Artist: Mitsuharu Fukuyama | Album: Yakuza 5 - Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
The Yakuza series is one of the best in video games. Sad thing is, given their delayed localisation work and reputation for being a little...different, they’re also largely ignored by the wider gaming public. I’d love it if that could change.
Yakuza 5 arrives on PSN for the PS3 on Tuesday, December 8. The release date, confirmed during the PlayStation Experience keynote today, also comes with news of Yakuza 0 eventually coming to Western PS4 consoles.
Yakuza 5 is coming to the West (praise be the Localisation Gods) for the PS3, and when it does, all of Japan’s DLC for the game is getting thrown in as well.
Bombshell! Yakuza 5, which many of us thought would never actually make it to Western shores, will come to North America for PS3 next year, Sony just announced.
Yakuza 5 was released in Japan in December 2012. It is yet to see a release in the West. Sega, we are still waiting. Hurry up.
Yakuza 5 was first released in Japan in December 2012. It is now January 2014 and there's still no word on a Western release. Fix this, Sega!
The Yakuza games are some of the very best on the PS3, so Sega's silence on a possible localisation of Yakuza 5 is killing me.
I know it has flaws. Some of them completely alienating for most people. But damn it, I don't care. The Yakuza series is just about my favourite thing on the PS3.
Hello tacky! Sony is readying two PS3 super slim specials (one for Yakuza 5 and the other for Ken's Rage). Both are shockingly unattractive.
The Yakuza series of games have always been serious, testosterone-filled stories about hard men kicking each other's asses, broken up sporadically by mini-games, activities, and general fooling around. The latest game, Yakuza 5, is no different. As previously reported, Namco Bandai's Taiko no Tatsujin appears as a…
Celebrity chef Tatsuya Kawagoe is young, handsome, and an internet meme in Japan. The 40 year-old seems to have become an online gag because he's a good-looking successful guy and sports what the Japanese call a "doyagao" ("self-satisfied look"; ドヤ顔).