The Yakuza series has gained a lot more popularity in the West in recent years, despite the series having had quite the strong following in Japan for some time now. For those who may not know much about the Yakuza series, it's known for its iconic characters , fast and fluid combat, and juggling both a serious story with fun, wacky side content. However, the Yakuza series has largely remained the same since it began, aside from the newly released Yakuza: Like a Dragon. Now, it seems that the Yakuza series' creator, Toshihiro Nagoshi, has hinted that the team at Ryu Ga Gotaku is going to continue to branch out by developing new types of games. The information comes by way of a Game Informer interview, in which Nagoshi gave insights on his life, career, and his involvement with Sega dating all the way back to the '90s. However, one particular portion of the interview is interesting, where Nagoshi talks about how he thinks the talents of team members at Ryu Ga Gotaku is currently being wasted.
My Date with the Yakuza
My Date with the Yakuza | PopMatters
Wow, the game really trolls you on the Telephone Club mini-game! Which is actually rather funny when you get back from a date in worse shape than fighting Daisaku Kuze. I avoided the Telephone Club dating mini-game, because I was not really good at it. However, now I am trying to complete as much of the game as I can Yet, the I hope the way the game keeps setting you back when you succeed in scoring a "meet-up" does not last long. I thought you were gonna say it trolls you by having sub-stories tied to it.
The English equivalent for the term yakuza is gangster , meaning an individual involved in a Mafia -like criminal organization. At their height, the yakuza maintained a large presence in the Japanese media and operated internationally. At their peak in the early s, police estimated that the yakuza had a membership of more than , The name yakuza originates from the traditional Japanese card game Oicho-Kabu , a game in which the goal is to draw three cards adding up to a score of 9.
And if you answered their minigames correctly, you could take them out for a date before making bang bang in the original game as well. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Fight me of new posts by email. Walkthrough posts: Another Yakuza game in the tatsuya Yakuza 5: New Haruka gameplay details released Yakuza 5 will let you drive a Tatsuya and more Yakuza 5: Making ramen and racing chickens Edge Online wants a western release for Yakuza 5.