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Rumor: Lost Judgment, problems between SEGA and Takuya Kimura's agency?

Last May, SEGA announced to the world the arrival of Lost Judgment, the sequel to the first chapter of the spin-off series around Yakuza and developed by Ryu ga Gotoku Studio. However, what could ...

Will Lost Judgment have a big expansion via the Season Pass?

Lost Judgment could be the first Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio title to have a real expansion via the Season Pass. The sequel to the adventures of Takayuki Yagami was officially announced last Friday, ...

Lost Judgment, the title was unveiled in advance from the PS Store?

Lost Judgment would be the name chosen for the sequel to the Yakuza spin-off. The PlayStation Store announced it in advance. The countdown inaugurated by SEGA expiring today may not ...

Yakuza 0, fan-made Italian translation available on PC

Yakuza 0 is finally available in Italian on PC, thanks to the fan-made translation available now. Now you have no more excuses. Rulesless and Team Super Game have created the much desired Italian translation of the ...

Judgment, the sequel is practically a certainty thanks to the teaser trailers

Judgment, the investigative spin-off of Yakuza, stars in a particular countdown. The sequel is practically certain. Not even the time to see the remastered of the first chapter on next gen that SEGA announces ...

Judgment, the spin-off of Yakuza arrives on PS5, Xbox Series X / S and Stadia

Judgment, the spin-off of the successful Yakuza series, will arrive shortly on PS5, Xbox Series X / S and Google Stadia. To announce it was SEGA itself thanks to a trailer released on YouTube. Almost ...

Elyon, second Closed Beta announced

Rather rich period for all MMORPG fans: with the New World Beta still in progress and the imminent arrival of the highly anticipated Lost Ark, ...

Pokémon, the Netflix live action series coming?

The Pokémon world may soon have its own Netflix live action series. What do we know for now? As reported by Variety, Netflix would be at ...

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