Yakuza 6 Demo
This should come as no marvel, but SEGA has revoked the licenses for the Yakuza 6 Demo. That allowed gamers to get right of entry to the complete game. Formerly, the employer eliminated the “demo” from the PlayStation keep. The writer says they’re “searching into the character of the problem. They thanked game enthusiasts for his or her staying energy.
Here’s the official Yakuza 6 demo takedown announcement:
We apologize, but have had to remove the Yakuza 6: The Song of Life demo from the PlayStation Store. We are as upset as you are, and had hoped to have this demo available for everyone today. We discovered that some were able to use the demo to unlock the full game. 1/2
— SEGA (@SEGA) February 27, 2018
Here’s what I had to say about the action game:
Happily, the brand new characters are all very likable. The mystery of who fathered Haruka’s infant is an amusing one to discern out. Heck, it even comes with some existence training to use protection! similar to how the tale is more targeted than preceding entries, so are the places. While Yakuza 5 had many new places to explore, the complete game handiest takes vicinity in the already explored grounds of Kamurocho and Hiroshima. Each area is full of quests and interesting things to do, though, so whilst it’s a mild step backward in scale, now not lots is misplaced.
Even as it’s slightly disappointing to see such a lot of contributors of Yakuza‘s first-rate ensemble solid take a lower back seat in Yakuza 6. Tune of existence, it, in the end, works when you consider that this is Kiryu’s tale. As such, the very last chapters of his story are a mile more targeted and down to earth tale than ever before. That’s not to mention that things don’t now and again get ridiculous, but it rings a bell in my memory extra of Yakuza 3 in both its scope and heart. Standard, it’s a story of personal growth and one that allows Kiryu to mention his goodbyes.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is set to release in North America and Europe on April 17, 2018.