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Yakuza 4 Producer Divulges Details

One of the producers of Yakuza 4 this week for the first time shared details of the game with audiences outside of Japan dealing with its setting and gameplay. Joystiq had a chat with Masayoshi Kikuchi which they published as a Q&A today on how Yakuza 4 will be better than the last game, which barely made it out of Japan in the first place.  People who already imported and played the Japanese version – Ryu Ga Gotoku 4, probably already know these details, but this is the first time someone who worked on the original release is talking directly about the western release. The fourth main installment in an annual series, Yakuza 4 still manages to find ways to stay fresh. Read More

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Kombo's Weekly Round-Up: TGS 2010, Halo: Reach, Move, and More!

It was a busy week here at Kombo thanks to the Tokyo Game Show, which is trying to make a comeback from obscurity, and as a result, was filled with announcements from Japanese game developers, including the BIZZARRE announcement that Yakuza 4 will be a zombie game. Yeah, figure that one out.  We also got our hands on Sony's Move for the PlayStation 3, and have several reviews up for the launch games.  And, of course, there was the release of Halo: Reach, which apparently was a huge success, with $200 million in sales on day one. Unfortunately, 90% of those purchasers are still whiny little teenage boys, but with a new auto-mute feature for truly annoying players, Reach's online gameplay is better than ever.  Check out this week's news after the break and get caught up. There's a lot here, folks, because as usual, we cover everything that matters. Read More

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Kombo's Weekly Round-Up

The Halo: Reach review is here, and what more is there to say about this week in gaming news. It's the big story of the week - yes, even eclipsing the release of NHL 11, and according to Mike, who was lucky enough to review the game, it's a classic.  Be sure to check it out, and of course, be sure to catch up on all the news of the week. It was a doozy, from Nintendo's Wii follow-up console to Arkham City details to a really special design analysis of God of War II.  Check it out below in our weekly round-up (yes, I know, it's a day late. I was at a football game yesterday, and I apologize profusely!) Read More

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Yakuza 4 Kills North America in 2011

    So much for being a niche franchise. After a long localization period transformed into cult success for the North American release of Yakuza 3, Sega has confirmed that it will continue to bring the series overseas, announcing Yakuza 4. The open-world action brawler is set for release in Q1 of 2011, March to be precise. Oh yeah, and this time, there will be less cuts.   Read More