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PC Sega now considers Yakuza to be a "multi-platform series"

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PC consideration is now part of the process.

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"To make a quality PC port is the key," says Sega's executive vice president of publishing, John Clark. He explains that Sega has prioritised games like Yakuza that have a pre-existing audience. He adds that Yakuza has been a success on PC and resonated in Japan as well. Going forward, PC is going to continue to be in the mix. 

 

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45 minutes ago, CastlevaniaNut18 said:

Keep putting them on PC. I think I'm gonna start 0 after I finish Metro Last Light. I just wanted a shorter game after spending however many dozens of hours in Days Gone. 

Man, you're going back to Days Gone length or longer after this reprieve. :p 

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2 minutes ago, SaysWho? said:

Man, you're going back to Days Gone length or longer after this reprieve. :p 

That's fine. It's why I alternate. Metro and Bayonetta for now, likely Yakuza after. I doubt I do all the minigame stuff like you did, though.

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Just now, CastlevaniaNut18 said:

That's fine. It's why I alternate. Metro and Bayonetta for now, likely Yakuza after. I doubt I do all the minigame stuff like you did, though.

 

I wasn't even trying to be a completion; some of the minigames are frighteningly addictive. Many Yakuza 0 players jokingly refer to the Cabaret Club as the actual game.

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2 minutes ago, SaysWho? said:

 

I wasn't even trying to be a completion; some of the minigames are frighteningly addictive. Many Yakuza 0 players jokingly refer to the Cabaret Club as the actual game.

Maybe, but I just never get into that type of stuff in games. I never touched Gwent in Witcher and I played the shit out of that game.

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Just now, CastlevaniaNut18 said:

Maybe, but I just never get into that type of stuff in games. I never touched Gwent in Witcher and I played the shit out of that game.

 

Hmm, well, for this one you might just because you get points that go toward REALLY good upgrades by doing any side mission, and you can rack up tons of them via pocket racing, real estate and the cabaret club. Also, the Cabaret Club storyline actually continues in 2, so it may be worth actually completing it.

 

We'll see!

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3 hours ago, chakoo said:

Doubtful, they tried Wii U and it bombed even for a port.

 

You can put anything on the switch and it will sell.

No one had a Wii U so it bombed.

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