From the opening up of its inception, Yakuza was a game stirred for the adult male audience in Japan. It’s a point that its creators have previously brought forward when interviewed about video games.
Yet, as the entire mainline series is ultimately available on PC, Yakuza has become an international hit for Sega, and I’m thrilled that many new converts and some of “the worlds largest” vocal cheerleaders are women. Coming to the latest entry, Yakuza: Like A Dragon( LAD for short ), “thats a lot” of drastic changes to the formula, from brand-new supporter Ichiban to a turn-based JRPG battle system – but one notable switch is its relationship with women.
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