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Yakuza series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi will be making some big announcements later today. Thanks to Famitsu, we know the content of the announcements, and they are quite big!

The magazine details three major Yakuza series developments this week:

First up, for those who thought Yakuza was just a five year fad, the magazine reports that Toshihiro Nagoshi has formed the Yakuza Studio. In Japanese, the studio's name is the slightly less alarming "Ryu ga Gotoku Studio."

The first game from the studio is a sequel to PSP spinoff Yakuza Black Panther. In development for PSP, the sequel is titled, in Japanese, Kurohyou 2 Ryu ga Gotoku. It retains the basic gameplay systems of its predecessor. The game will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show. A release is set for Spring 2012.

Finally, the magazine reveals that Yakuza 5 is in development.

We should get more details on these items later in the day at Sega's press conference.



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Development on the next numbered Yakuza game appears to be quite early. Actually, Nagoshi says that Sega has only just decided to make the game. As a result, he was unable to share any information with the magazine.

Following Yakuza Of the End, the zombie-themed Yakuza game from earlier this year, many asked Nagoshi if the series had ended. He and the staff had lengthy discussions and were eventually able to see the path they'd like to take with the product.

Nagoshi will be addressing the press at a Sega event today, so we may get more details shortly.



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http://www.andriasang.com/e/blog/2011/08/31/nagoshi_on_yakuza/


Immagine inserita Immagine inserita


Alcuni fan ipotizzano, che il gioco sarà ambientato qualche anno dopo, con Haruka ormai cresciuta, in un ruolo più di primo piano ed attivo nella storia


Immagine inserita


Adesso pero.. che portino finalmente Yakuza Kenzan e in the End "integrali" senza tagli, in USA ed Europa :sisi:

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Toshihiro Nagoshi Aims For Major Changes With Yakuza 5

Yakuza 5 is now officially in development, but creator Toshihiro Nagoshi isn't saying too much about it. Sega's Yakuza series press conference earlier today was mostly devoted to outlining the formation of the Nagoshi's new studio, Ryu ga Gotoku Studio (named after the Japanese name of the Yakuza series), and the announcement of Yakuza Black Panther 2 for PSP.

During a group interview session with the press that followed the event, Nagoshi shared a few high level comments about Yakuza 5.

Asked about the concept of the game, Nagoshi said that when looking at the "drama" side of the series, the concept will not see major changes. However, he feels that they must pursue new things in terms of technology and play style. They're aiming to innovate on the gameplay side of things.

Asked about how drastic the gameplay changes could be, Nagoshi replied that they won't be as drastic as the game's action or drama components being completely removed, for instance. He feels that they must think both about current fans and newcomers.

The game's basic settings (this is not the "setting" as in location, but the settings as in the game's design) will be seeing changes, so Nagoshi hopes that people won't mind waiting a bit this time. While it would have been possible to get Yakuza 5 out quickly without changing the settings, Nagoshi feels that this isn't desired.

Sega usually shows off new Yakuza games at the Tokyo Game Show. So will we see more of Yakuza 5 at the September event this year? Nagoshi wouldn't give a firm yes or no. The game appears to be quite early, though. Nagoshi explained that while it would be a lie to say that there isn't a design document in place yet, he did feel that the timing of the announcement was a bit too early.

Expectedly, Nagoshi would not provide details on release time frame or platform when asked during the interview session.

Nagoshi also provided some clarification on the formation of Ryu ga Gotoku Studio. He's still an employee of Sega, he assured. In fact, although the studio has its own name, it's located within Sega. Nagoshi's work place hasn't changed.

Asked if he hopes Ryu ga Gotoku Studio will become a landmark brand for Sega similar to the old AM2 brand, Nagoshi replied that it would be nice if this would happen. However, rather than being known just for the studio itself, he hopes the brand becomes recognized by players as the studio that makes great games.






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