Published On: Sat, Apr 6th, 2019

Sega’s Yakuza Games Are Not In Consideration For The Switch Right Now

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Sega’s Yakuza games don’t unequivocally have most of a story with Nintendo’s platforms, though somehow questions continue to be asked about a probability of a array entrance to a Switch.

During an talk with IGN Japan recently, array writer Toshihiro Nagoshi pronounced a third-person movement journey games had not been deliberate for a Switch, during slightest for now. While it’s not much, it is somewhat opposite from a response we listened final July, about Nintendo’s hybrid complement not being a right height for this series.

This followed on with a doubt seeking if there was a possibility of Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima – dual lead characters from a array – appearing as DLC characters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Nagoshi seemed to find this comical and jokingly pronounced a game’s executive Masahiro Sakurai wouldn’t wish them.

The final time a Yakuza array graced one of Nintendo’s platforms was during a Wii U era when Sega gave Yakuza 1 2 HD a Japan-only recover in 2013. Sales inebriated and a gold shipped reduction than 2000 copies in the initial week.

Would we like to see Yakuza given a second possibility on a Nintendo platform? Have we ever wanted to see this array represented in Smash Bros? Tell us down below.

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