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Sega’s 15th Anniversary Yakuza Event Includes “Future Developments” Details • .net

Voice actors Takaya Kuroda and Kazuhiro Nakaya will also participate in the live performance.

Next month, Sega will hold a special anniversary event to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Yakuza series.

Sega is an announcement in Japanese shared on the publisher’s social media channel, and “a live broadcast program commemorating the 15th anniversary of the yakuza” will be live on December 8 with voice actors Takaya Kuroda and Kazuhiro Nakaya as guests. I announced that it will be.

The live stream (scheduled to run at 11:00 am UK time) will not only “look back at 15 years of history” but also “announce future developments” (thanks, PCGN).

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Sega didn’t expand on what their future development would be, but it’s only a few weeks before the big day, not too long to wait.

Daisuke Sato, the producer of Ryu Hong Studio, recently hinted that he would like to be involved in the Sonic the Hedgehog game “at least once.”

In an interview celebrating Sega’s 60th anniversary, Sato was asked what Sega IP he wanted to get the most. Given the breadth of Sega’s back catalog, that’s not an easy question, but Sato went straight to the company’s big event franchise and mascot, Sonic.

“Yakuza: It’s a good game like a dragon. Sometimes it’s okay, sometimes it’s great, and sometimes it moans,” Malindi concludes with a review of the Yakuza: Dragon. “It carries out the full range of emotions, from boredom to disbelief. There is a will to reinvent itself, and that means that not everything works-whether you enjoy it or not. Depends on the aspect you care most about. “

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