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Yakuza’s Producer Would Like To Bring Its 17th & 19th Century Spinoffs To The West – Kotaku Australia

While Sega has eventually managed to bring all the main Yakuza games to the West, we’ve still never gotten the series’ two historical spinoffs, Ryū ga Gotoku Kenzan!…

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While Sega has eventually managed to bring all the main Yakuza games to the West, weve still never gotten the series two historical spinoffs, Ry ga Gotoku Kenzan! and Ry ga Gotoku Ishin!.
Set in the 17th and 19th centuries respectively, these games take the core cast and premise of the Yakuza series and transplant them into historical Japan, meaning Kiryu is now a wandering swordsman and Majima is…well, Majima.
Sega has never even hinted at releasing these in the West before, but maybe the main…

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