I'm looking to buy this game, but whenever I look I only find this bloody "Steelbook Edition" that I actively don't want.
What's wrong with this game's release in Europe?!
E N J O Y! The Dragon engine is amazing
The release shouldn't be too far off now.
I'm interested to see how much they can optimise the dragon engine for PC. Those folks used to playing Zero/Kiwami 1 at 4k/120 fps may be in for a nasty surprise at the system requirements.
I would pay 10 euros for model 2 ports of VF2 and Virtual On each.Just saw it, a lucky guess! I think that's a pretty fair price.
I would pay 10 euros for model 2 ports of VF2 and Virtual On each.
For 10, Sega gives me a Enhanced, 4K, uncapped PS4 Dragin Engine game. This is porn.
Dragon engine PS4= Wushu/Mulan
Dragon Engine PC = Shenron/DBZ
Virtua Fighter 2 or Virtual On were on PC but it's saturn ports, if i'm not mistaken.Although the arcades are a great feature for PS4 owners too, most of the featured games have already been released at some point or another on PS2/PS3. For PC only gamers however, it represents a first ever release on the platform. Amazing value!
If you’ve been playing through the series chronologically, be prepared to be amazed because Kiwami 2looks incredible. Yakuza 0 and the first Kiwami were both built on the Yakuza 5 engine, which was designed to run on the PlayStation 3. Kiwami 2upgrades to the Yakuza 6 engine, native to the PlayStation 4, and it shows.
Kamurocho and Sotenbori, Yakuza’s fictional recreations of Kabukicho and Dotonbori, both appear as if they’ve been scaled up slightly to feel more city-like. The streets are bustling as well, with enormous pedestrian crowds and even rare automobile traffic at times. And then there’s the neon, so much neon, reflecting off glass and the streets and the water. Of course this has a huge performance impact, and even my GeForce GTX 1080 Ti has topped out around 70 or 75 frames per second in a lot of areas, running at 1080p Ultra.
l’ensemble, sur une configuration moyenne avec Ryzen 5 1600 (fréquence
d’origine), 8Go de RAM et une GTX 1060 6Go, le jeu tourne entre 60 et 75
images par seconde dans la configuration la plus élevée en 1080p.
Pendant les quelques heures passées sur le jeu, il est arrivé plusieurs
fois qu’il passe sous la barre des 60 (dans les scènes les plus
chargées), mais cela aurait pu être évité sans mal en diminuant
l’anti-aliasing par exemple, notamment en évitant le SSAA."
Translated to english:
on an average configuration with Ryzen 5 1600 (original frequency), 8GB
of RAM and a GTX 1060 6GB, the game runs between 60 and 75 frames per
second in the highest configuration in 1080p. During the few hours spent
on the game, it happened several times that it went under the 60 mark
(in the busiest scenes), but this could have been avoided without
difficulty by reducing anti-aliasing for example, especially by avoiding
Translation provided by a user on the PC Gamer review by the name of Ezequiel Marquez
I've heard Kiwami is pretty lackluster and I'm just coming off the highs of Like a Dragon and 0, can I go straight to Kiwami 2? I'm pretty sure I finished the original Yakuza on PS2 so I wouldn't be missing the story completely. Is Kiwami 2 as good as 0 or better/the best of the most recent titles?