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Kurohyou 2: Ryu ga Gotoku Ashura-hen (Black Panther, Yakuza PSP Spinoff) Localisation Announcement Trailer

KiteGr

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While I'm a strictly physical gamer, mods like these are the main reason I'm thinking of turning into digital.
 

Furozen

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So Kurohyou 2 will get a complete translation before the first one? Weird.
 
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Keihart

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Ah, a fan patch.
There are so many fan patches for japanese games in portable consoles like PSP, Advance and whatnot, cool shit.
Kinda late tho.
 

Nankatsu

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Wow, didn't see this coming. Time to get a new battery to my PSP I guess.
 

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CamHostage

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Is the base game any good ? what about its story?

Yeah, I liked what I played a lot and was sad that Black Panther never got out of Japan. Used a fighting system by Aki Corporation of WWF No Mercy / Def Jam Vendetta fame (well, the whole game was developed by Syn Sophia, which is Aki,) brawls were more a 1:1 locked-in wrestling system (even in gang brawls, you generally target a single enemy at a time although you do have to be aware of the group) instead of open-arena but played to the PSP's strengths and the plusses of the fighting system and it's got a head/body/legs damage system + stamina system for combat, looked great on a portable and had nice production values that should upscale well, focused on an MMA-type character for its side-story elements and its thug-life story, had these over-the-top manga drawing cutscenes instead of full-rendered (cheaper, but cool style, like MGS Peace Walker), carried over but updated the PS2 pre-rendered overworld version of Akihabara, spawned a live-action TV series I believe ... good stuff, looking forward to a translation finally.

 
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