The Japanese release date? Why would Sega put pressure on themselves? Did they have to get a game out at a certain time of the year or something?It definitely will. You can tell Yakuza 6 had to cut some corners in order to make the release date.
I thought Yakuza 6 didn't have load times...at least not in between street fights.Pretty sure they are gonna tinker out the long loading time for Kiwami 2, as this was the biggest complain in Y6.
nah that's not really what I meant. the first few Yakuza games on Ps4 were cross gen titles, Yakuza 6 was the first game built from the ground up for Ps4, so it was Sega's first shot with that engine. By now they probably mastered the engine so Kiwami 2 will reap all the benefit with the devs' experience.Does this mean that Yakuza 6 is not that well polished?
And I thought this series would peak in the west with Yakuza 0. Nope, it'll be Kiwami 2.Yakuza 6 doesn't even feature all of Kamurocho unfortunately so it goes without saying. A lot of corners were cut.
Luce, remember a couple of days ago you were reacting about me not having played Y2? This will be MINE!I am SOOOOO excited to see footage of Kiwami 2. Just 30 hours left.
i was thinking there could be a double announcement, since we also learned this year that Yakuza 7 would be "chinpaya" something like that. and kiwami 1 & y6 got announced togetherYeah. They might announce something else too (unlikely but hey). At the very least, we'll get a trailer for Kiwami 2.
i was thinking there could be a double announcement, since we also learned this year that Yakuza 7 would be "chinpaya" something like that. and kiwami 1 & y6 got announced together
Now it's at the point of wondering if they will remaster the PS3 games or just rerelease them on PS4.
probably easier just porting the games from 3 onward, the only games that really needed a remaster were the PS2 originals, Kenzan (it's basically a half-step technologically between 2 and 3), and the PSP titles.
Though I'd welcome a PC port for any of these titles.
So, let's reflect.
0 in January, Kiwami next week, 6 in March, and now Kiwami 2 on the horizon for likely mid-late 2018.