Fortunately, the Yakuza series continues to expand, not ending with Like a Dragon, for her announce Continuation of the action game that was released last year! The good news, but the bad news, is that Toshihiro Nagoshi, the series’ creator and his daughters and father, is unfortunately no longer working on the franchise in any capacity, leaving SEGA and development studio Ryu Ga Gotoku.
“When I leave SEGA, my leadership position in Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio will also end. Thank you to all the fans who have supported us and the Yakuza series for so many years. Receive my deepest gratitude and deepest gratitude! For these fellows [is]Who were so supportive that I was able to improve my mind, thus constantly pushing the boundaries. Today, a new Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio is born, as the series will continue. However, I don’t know for sure because they will advance [a fejlesztők]I believe that the new generation will reinforce the foundations we have laid over the years and give the world great games.”
“To achieve this, they must also continue to learn, accept challenges and improve. I ask that you continue to support the studio’s efforts. Once again, I would like to express my deep appreciation to all of you. Thank you all. Help! Be prepared for many! Lots of new beginnings!” Toshihiro Nagoshi wrote. The developer has worked for SEGA since 1989, and in addition to Yakuza, which was launched in 2005, series and games such as Virtua Fighter or Shenmue are associated with his name.
In addition to veteran developer, producer, and studio manager Daisuke Sato, he has also announced his departure, which will leave Ryu Ga Gotoku there with similar good wishes and hopes. He will be replaced by Masayoshi Yokoyama, who also supervised the series as producer. Yokohama promised a new direction by restructuring the studio and promised a worthy sequel to Yakuza: Like the Dragon, which means that Kasuga’s story in Ichiban will expand even further. The According to reports Toshihiro Nagoshi was adopted for China NetEase.
Yakuza: Like Dragon also appeared in 2020 for PS4, PC and Xbox One, appeared on Xbox Series X/S and in 2021 on PlayStation 5 as well. While the fate of the Yakuza is certain, the future of the other series, Judgment, has recently become uncertain due to a serious problem. Anyway, also read the Lost Judgment Quiz if you haven’t already!
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