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SEGA shares Yakuza: Like a Dragon release info and other plans

July 22, 2020 - 0 comments
As Comic Con @ Home opened today, Sega of America revealed new information about the upcoming game's release date, platforms, voice actors and more. The eagerly anticipated seventh entry in the main series (there also are a prologue and assorted side story and remake entries) arrived in Japan... full article

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