Posts Tagged Sega
SEGA got in touch with us to reveal the Yakuza 0 Bussiness Edition, a new Day 1 launch edition version for their next release in the long-running Yakuza series. In the box you’ll find Yakuza 0 on disc for PlayStation 4, along with a stainless steel business card holder as well as three special business cards from Tachibana Real Estate’s Kazuma Kiryu, Cabaret Grand’s Goro Majima, and the cabaret club Sunshine’s hostesses.
To celebrate the occasion, SEGA has also shared with us a new trailer showcasing how Kiryu’s storyline begins in Yakuza 0. As you can tell form its name, this is a prequel for the series, so we get to see a young Kiryu during his first days as a member of the Dojima Family.
SEGA got in touch with us because they wanted to share that there’s a new demo available for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X Demo that you can download on PlayStation Vita or PlayStation 4! The demo is available both in the Americas and in Europe, so be sure to click on the links below to take you to the version/region you want to try out!
And be sure to click after the break so you can review the massive list of DLC that SEGA has planned for the game (DLC that will be cross-buy between both versions!). Some of it will be free, and some of it will be available at a low price, and includes things such as an editor, new costumes, new songs, and plenty of unlocks in case you want to have access to the game’s accessories and costumers sooner rather than later.
Ah, Tembo The Baddass Elephant. This excellent action platformer from GAME FREAK and SEGA is a game that you should definitely have in your PlayStation 4 collection. An elephant under the employment of the military who is called to repel an attack from the Phantom Army as he rescues captured civilians? What’s not to like?
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is the latest entry in the Persona 4 series, and it brings with it a very interesting change in genre. As you probably realized, I mentioned this is the latest entry in the Persona 4 series, and not in the Persona series. Turns out that Persona 4 has seen several games releases that continue with the adventure of its characters, in a similar way as to how Final Fantasy VII has seen several releases.