The Detective: Judgement’s latest trailer shows off combat and the English cast


As SEGA and Ryu ga Gotoku Studio, the team that brought you the Yakuza series, has released a full-blown combat trailer showing off the fight and the English cast. So let’s talk about the trailer and take a peek at the upcoming title.

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SEGA outlines the SEGA Genesis Mini headlining it with Earthworm Jim


In an era when games such as Earthworm Jim, Sonic the Hedgehog, and even Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse feel like they’ve been all-but-forgotten, SEGA is here to remind us that isn’t the case with the SEGA Genesis Mini. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of its launch.

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Review: Valkyria Chronicles 4 – A chronicle worth embarking on


Valkyria Chronicles is a series that re-imagines World War II as a low-key fantasy take where it has been renamed the Second European War. Now, we’re entering into our fourth story within the well-established franchise as we once more take on The Empire to protect our friends and allies from the ever-growing threat.

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Review: Yakuza Kiwami 2 – Not even Majima saw this one coming


Yakuza Kiwami 2 is the second remastering in the Yakuza franchise, allowing for a highly upgraded version of the game that is more visually, audibly, and even more enjoyable than ever before. With all of its classic elements and new implementations put into place, we now have a reason to enjoy Yakuza 2 in its ultimate and more definitive edition with its latest release.

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Review: Shining Resonance Refrain – Resonating in our hearts


Shining Resonance Refrain is an up-to-date version of the PlayStation 3 title. This newly launched version features all previously released content, English dubbing/subs, and even an entirely new story through its Refrain mode, which lets players experience the story from the Empire’s point of view. Find out what we thought of the PlayStation 4 version of the game today.

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SEGA Ages to bring Sega classics to Nintendo Switch


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Today, SEGA has announced that they will be bringing back a series of classic SEGA titles on the Nintendo Switch. Developed by M2, the famed Japanese developer known for their high-quality ports of classic games, will be the ones responsible for the high-quality ports players will get to enjoy on their Nintendo Switch.

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Review: Yakuza 6: The Song of Life – Living to Fight Another Day

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+Extremely well-written stories that unfold throughout the course of the game
+Character development and backstory is spot-on, allowing for fans new and old to enjoy the story as it unfolds
+Combat and experience earning has been completely re-worked
+Minigames such as Virtua Fighter 5 and Puyo Puyo minigames are an absolute delight to play

-Combat steel feels a bit dated, but the improvements definitely take away from past frustrations.

Since the launch of Yakuza Zero and Yakuza Kiwami, I’ve been in a tricky spot with the Yakuza series. I’ve had little experience with the games outside of the past two reviews I’ve done and only recently have I found myself becoming a dedicated fan of Sega’s long-running underworld crime saga that has continued on over the past three console generations (counting this current generation that is).

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Yakuza Kiwami 2 Announced for This August, Trailer Released


With a year since its release, Yakuza Kiwamia (you can see our review here) was released, allowing us to see Kazuma Kiryu as he took his leave from the world of the Yakuza. However, fate is a cruel mistress and Kiryu, the legendary Dragon of Dojima, was once more drug back into the world of the Yakuza as a potential all-out war between the families began to ignite. As the potential war has begun to brew, SEGA has announced that Kazuma Kiryu is preparing for his valiant return with Yakuza Kiwami 2 on August 28, 2018, for $49.99.

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