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Il15 gennaio, alle 12:00 italiane ci sarà un livestream dedicato a Yakuza: Like a Dragon per PS4
https://www.gematsu.com/2020/01/yakuza-like-a-dragon-details-tug-tug-crest-collection-party-chat-and-smartphone-camera■ Introducing New Features “Tug-Tug,” “Crest Collection,” and More
Sometimes people who provide a special service called “Tug-Tug” will appear in the city. By recieving the “Tug-Tug,” various benifits can be obtained including recovery of HP or MP, or improvements to protagonist Ichiban Kasuga’s Life Experience.
—A lady offers to provide Kasuga her “Tug-Tug” services. It is expensive, but will the effects be worth it?
(Editor’s Note: This is a play on the Dragon Quest series’ “Puff-Puff” element.)
When you walk throughout the city, you will sometimes find crests from the Tojo Clan in bushes and on sidewalks. These crests seem to have been scattered due to the conflict with the Omi Alliance. A person dressing up as Kamurop, Kamurocho’s mascot character, seems to be collecting them before they end up in the wrong hands. If you bring him these crests, you will be able to exchange them for items you will not be able to find anywhere else.
—The Tojo Clan’s crests are scattered in various places. Look carefully for them because you might end up finding them in the most suprising locations.
—Kamurop awaits at a certain spot in Isesaki Ijincho. Bring him the crests you collect to trade them in for stuff.
—Not only you can get equipment for the crests, there are also some items that can only be obtained by trading in crests.
Adding more fun to walking around the city is the dialogue feature called “Party Chat.” Depending on what Kasuga is doing, the time of the day, and the location, you can listen to chats between party members. Enjoy the dialogue and discover something new about your party members by exploring all over the city.
—When Kasuga and Namba are walking along the sea in Hamakita Park, they will start talking about sushi.
Your smartphone has a camera. You can take pictures and apply filters to them such as “monotone,” “toy camera,” or “sepia.” When you take a selfie, you can change Kasuga’s facial expressions. You can even add decorations to your pictures such as pig noses and cat ears. Your photos can be checked at anytime through the in game smartphone’s “Album” feature. Record your memories with allies in different locations throughout the city.
https://www.gematsu.com/2020/01/yakuza-like-a-dragon-shipments-and-digital-sales-top-300000Total shipments and digital sales for Yakuza: Like a Dragon have exceeded 300,000 units in just over two weeks, series general director Toshihiro Nagoshi announced on the latest Sega Nama broadcast.
The Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio-developed RPG launched for PlayStation 4 on January 17 in Japan. A western release is planned for sometime in 2020.
Nagoshi noted that the digital version of Yakuza: Like a Dragon has been selling considerably well. According to Famitsu-tracked sales published on January 22, at least 156,993 of the aforementioned 300,000 are retail sales, leaving a potential of over 140,000 digital sales.
Sega will release the paid downloadable content “Additional Challenge Expansion Pack” for Yakuza: Like a Dragon “soon” in Japan, which will add additional challenge elements such as “New Game Plus” and a “High Difficulty Mode” limited to a second playthrough, the company announced.
Further information about the add-on will be announced at a later date.
A listing for Yakuza: Like a Dragon has appeared on SteamDB, which tracks updates to games and applications in the Steam backend. A Steam store link is provided, but not yet live.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon first launched for PlayStation 4 on January 16 in Japan and Asia, and has already been announced for a 2020 release for the same platform in the Americas and Europe. This would be the first confirmation of a PC version.
A demo is available now in Japan. If you missed our previous coverage, read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.
https://www.siliconera.com/yakuza-like-a-dragon-will-arrive-on-the-ps4-xbox-one-xbox-series-x-and-pc/Get ready to spend time with Ichiban Kasuga. Yakuza: Like a Dragon showed up for the first Xbox 20/20 presentation. The game will be leaving Japan in . Most interestingly, it won’t just be on the PlayStation 4 like it was in Japan. It’ll be out on the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Windows 10 PC as well. It will be a part of the “launch slate” for the Xbox Series X.
This comes a few days after a suspicious Yakuza: Like a Dragon PC listing. It showed up on SteamDB on May 4, 2020 as having been added to Valve’s storefront.
This marks the first time there will be a multiplatform Yakuza launch. Previous Yakuza games have appeared on the Xbox One and PC after the PlayStation 4 debuts.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is immediately available on the PlayStation 4 in Japan and received post-launch updates that added features like new game plus. It will appear on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC worldwide in 2020.