Yakuza developers publish their own joke of April Fool's Day by publishing a simulated development trailer for a Yakuza game in the JRPG style.
While April Fool's Day is tomorrow, the day Yakuza The developers of Ryu ga Gotoku Studio decided to start the festivals with a new and very fake trailer for their next title today. They do it with style through a video of simulated development that shows a game of roll based on lathes Yakuza main character Yakuza Online hero Kasuga Ichiban:
Of course, if you are familiar with the fast franchise mechanisms of the franchise, this style ends up being as fun as you can imagine. A tense and time-sensitive scenario, in this case a woman who is protected by a group of thugs, who slowed down to allow the battle system to be loaded. This, of course, along with the basic genre of having a spectacular camera around the fighters, as the "match" is preparing for battle, with HP indicators and visible outputs.
One of my favorite parts is, by far, to see the enemies of Ayaka attacks with two special abilities. The first is a super-effective charm attack and the second is an extremely damaging special move that causes the bag to move and knock an enemy in the face.
After a small attack with more special attacks, we find a fight against the boss in which Kasuga tries and does not inflict more than three damages before the head attacks and devastates him in a single attack. The team reduced it after Ayaka relived Kasuga and he and another member of the party use an attack on the team with a bat and defeat instantly. The post battle naturally ends the screen of experience acquired by the cliché, since the party celebrates its victory.
The time and effort that clearly happened to Fool's April learning is amazing and makes a simulated trailer a lot of fun. Although it is more than likely that the scenario, skills and infrastructure used for this game and the configuration shown in the trailer are based on the development work of the next PS4. Yakuza title, which will star in the same protagonist as a Yakuza Online. Personally, I hope that there is an excellent opportunity that this battle of the JRPG type ends up being a side mission in the future Yakuza title
Yakuza Online, which exceeded 500,000 pre-enrollments in Japan, published as a free mobile card game. The CCO Toshihiro Nagoshi of Sega has recently expressed his wishes Yakuza Online to reach the West.