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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Gets Behind The Scenes Cast Interviews


Get to know the lovable line-up of voice actors that brought SEGA's Yakuza: Like a Dragon to life with the latest video for the game.

George Takei (Masumi Arakawa), Will Yun Lee (Masato Arakawa), Andrew Morgado (Koichi Adachi), Kaiji Tang (Ichiban Kasuga), Greg Chun (Yu Nanba), and Elizabeth Maxwell (Saeko Mukoda) were all interviewed in this behind-the-scenes video. They talk about the essential story of the title, and how it explores the code of the family.

You can watch it below:

Yakuza: Like a Dragon | All Cast Behind The Scenes

The eighth main release in the Yakuza series, Yakuza: Like a Dragon takes place in the Yokohama district of Isezaki Ijincho which is based on Yokohama's real-life Isezakichō district.

The title was awarded a Japan Game Awards Award for Excellence in the Future Division at the Tokyo Game Show 2019, and has sold 450,000 digital and physical copies in Japan and Asia since its release.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and PC. The game will be available on March 2, 2021 for the PlayStation 5.

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Gets Behind The Scenes Cast Interviews

Get to know the lovable line-up of voice actors that brought SEGA's Yakuza: Like a Dragon to life with the latest video for the game

Bugsnax Gets

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Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Run the Jewels Music Video

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Blood Bowl 3 Closed Beta Coming Early 2021

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Streets of Kamurocho Review

Yakuza fans are no doubt acquainted with the bustling cityscape of Kamurocho, but Empty Clip Studios and SEGA looks at this locale in a new perspective with their new side-scrolling beat-'em-up Streets of Kamurocho. Does Kiryu's pixelated outing hit harder than a bicycle to the head, or is 3D the way to go?

Streets of Kamurocho Review

Featuring mainstays Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima, Streets of Kamurocho transports players to the titular city in Tokyo after the death of the Tojo Clan's Third Chairman. With violence taking over the streets, it's up to these two anti-heroes to bash some heads and restore honor to their family.

However, the real star of this game is its action. Closely following the beats of Streets of Rage 2, Streets of Kamurocho tasks players with fighting waves of Chinese mafia and yakuza members every step of the way. Each character has a moveset that is nearly identical to that of Streets of Rage 2's Axel Stone, right down to the flaming fists. Armed with a jump, an attack, and a special move that drains health when an attack connects, it's surprisingly robust for how few buttons are used. Whether one is throwing a bad guy into another bad guy or delivering a jump kick into an unsuspecting foe, players will no doubt be absorbed in its frantic and chaotic action. Also, when in doubt, there are plenty of traffic cones and knives that will work in a pinch.

Consisting of one stage, two minibosses, and a final boss, there is just enough variety to make the initial playthrough fresh. Taking players through the lively halls of the Bacchus and the streets of the city shows off just how great the sprite work really is. Though it is a disappointment that the sound effects are lifted wholesale from the SEGA Genesis original, there is just enough new content here to prevent it from feeling like a retread.

It's just a shame that it only has one stage to offer. Completing a run and taking down Akira Nishiki leads to a new round that has players running through the same stage, albeit at a higher difficulty setting. While an additional stage or two would be welcome, the title stresses replayability with its global leaderboard and scoring system.

Outside of the single player and two player leaderboards, there is also the chance to unlock a third character. Although all three characters play the same, this is still a welcome addition nonetheless. In addition, though there are no achievements, the leaderboard is fairly active right now, which is a perfect fit for all of the score chasers out there.

Streets of Kamurocho pays great honor to both the Streets of Rage and Yakuza series of games. Though there is not much to this package, those weaned on beat-em-ups old and new will enjoy their brief jaunt in Tokyo.

This review of Streets of Kamurocho was done on the PC. The game was freely downloaded.
Streets of Kamurocho Review

Yakuza fans are no doubt acquainted with the bustling cityscape of Kamurocho, but Empty Clip Studios and SEGA looks at this locale in a new perspective with their new side-scrolling beat-'em-up

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Ball at Work Review

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Bugsnax Gets "Snakkolades" Trailer


Discover what critics are saying about Young Horses' Bugsnax with the "snakkolades" trailer for the game.

The trailer, which can be seen below, features scores from Gamepur, God is a Geek, Dualshockers, The Sixth Axis, and other outlets. It has received high praise, with The Onion saying that it "looks like […] honestly […] one of the […] best games for the PS5."

Bugsnax – Snakkolades Trailer | PS5, PS4

Now available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, Bugsnax tasks players with exploring Snaktooth Island in an attempt to capture and find half-bug-half-snack creatures called Bugsnax. Once captured, Bugsnax can be fed to the local Grumpuses, transforming them based on the Bugsnak they eat. In all, there are more than 100 Bugsnak species available for capture.

British indie pop band Kero Kero Bonito (of "Picture This" fame) did the theme song for the game, and inspiration for the title was taken from such titles as Ape Escape, Dark Cloud and Viva Piñata.

If you're diving into the game, be sure to check out our collection of guides here.

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Gets Behind The Scenes Cast Interviews

Get to know the lovable line-up of voice actors that brought SEGA's Yakuza: Like a Dragon to life with the latest video for the game

Bugsnax Gets

Discover what critics are saying about Young Horses' Bugsnax with the "snakkolades" trailer for the game

Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Run the Jewels Music Video

The dark future vibes of CD PROJEKT RED's Cyberpunk 2077 are captured with the release of Run the Jewels' latest music video "No Save Point."

Blood Bowl 3 Closed Beta Coming Early 2021

Funnier, bloodier, and more spectacular than ever, the closed beta for NACON and Cyanide's Blood Bowl 3 will arrive in early 2021

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Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Run the Jewels Music Video


The dark future vibes of CD PROJEKT RED's Cyberpunk 2077 are captured with the release of Run the Jewels' latest music video "No Save Point."

Created specifically for Cyberpunk 2077, this music video features El-P and Killer Mike. This particular song can be heard in the game itself and on the game's soundtrack.

You can also listen to it below:

Cyberpunk 2077 — No Save Point by Yankee and the Brave (Run the Jewels)

Designed from the same team behind The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Cyberpunk 2077 takes place in the open world of the dystopian Night City, one with six distinct regions. The game puts the spotlight on the mercenary V, who can acquire skills in hacking and machinery, melee combat, and an arsenal of ranged weapons.

In addition to Run the Jewels, the soundtrack will feature music by Marcin Przybyłowicz and several licensed artists. Future adaptations will include a comic book series, a card game, and an anime.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia on December 10, 2020. The game will also come out for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X when available.

Source: Press Release
Yakuza: Like a Dragon Gets Behind The Scenes Cast Interviews

Get to know the lovable line-up of voice actors that brought SEGA's Yakuza: Like a Dragon to life with the latest video for the game

Bugsnax Gets

Discover what critics are saying about Young Horses' Bugsnax with the "snakkolades" trailer for the game

Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Run the Jewels Music Video

The dark future vibes of CD PROJEKT RED's Cyberpunk 2077 are captured with the release of Run the Jewels' latest music video "No Save Point."

Blood Bowl 3 Closed Beta Coming Early 2021

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Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Truth (Solovetsky) Or Lie (Duga)

Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Truth (Solovetsky) Or Lie (Duga)
One of the games most important choices. This guide on Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Truth (Solovetsky) Or Lie (Duga) tells you what happens if you tell the truth and what happens if you lie, in a decision that shapes the end of your journey in the Cold War.

There are multiple endings in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. This choice determines two of the different endings as, during the final mission, you learn your true identity and eventually, you make the decision on whether to side with the West or the Soviet Union.

Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Truth (Solovetsky) Or Lie (Duga)

If You Choose [Truth] Solovetsky. It's Solovetsky Monastery
If you choose the truth, you side with the Americans in an attempt to take down the Soviet Union. Adler calls Washington to arrange an attack on the Solovetsky Monastery. This launches The Final Countdown mission where you and the team attempt to hunt down Perseus. You assault the monastery and destroy all of the satellites, stopping the Soviet's from using them to detonate the nuclear missiles. This is the good guy ending. You stop the attack, disarm the nukes, and save the free world.

If You Choose [Lie] Duga. The radar array near Duga
They believe your lie and speak to Washington about dispatching troops to Duga. You then have to use a radio and organize an ambush at Duga. When you arrive at Duga, you signal an ambush and wipe out the entire team. You then detonate the nukes and learn the true identity of Perseus.

There are other variations of the ending depending on the minor choices you made throughout the game, but these are the two most major endings that we've found so far.

Rescue Or Shoot The Operative In Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War

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Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Secure Lazar Or Secure Park

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How To Decrypt The Floppy Disk In Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War

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Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Secure Lazar Or Secure Park

Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Secure Lazar Or Secure Park
The life of Lazar or Park is in your hands in this COD Cold War choice. This guide on Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Secure Lazar Or Secure Park will help you choose between securing Park or securing Lazar, giving you a break down of the events that follow based on the choice you make.

During the main story mission The End Of The Line, you are attempting to track down the lost nuke. At the end of the mission, you are ambushed on a rooftop as you attempt to make a skylift escape. Explosives are detonated and both Lazar and Park are downed and injured.

Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Secure Lazar Or Secure Park

If You Choose To Secure Lazar
When you choose to secure Lazar, you grab his hand as the skylift flies past. You are pulled into the air and manage to hold onto Lazar as you are flung up. As you leave, you can see Park down, injured on the rooftop. You see troops approaching her position, armed, she has no weapon. There are no shots fired, so it's safe to assume she was captured by the enemy soldiers on the rooftop. If you get the bad guy ending, Park is assumed dead.

If You Choose To Secure Park
The choice is the same as securing Lazar. If you choose the bad guy ending at the end of the game, you will learn that whoever you left behind is either presumed dead or dead. I'm still experimenting with other choice combinations but so far, it appears that whoever you leave on the roof in this mission ends up dead.

How To Decrypt The Floppy Disk In Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War

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Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Choices & Consequences Guide

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Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War: Release, Throw Or Capture Qasim

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How To Unlock Weapons Locker In Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War

The Echoes of a Cold War mission has a secret hidden locker. This guide on How To Unlock Weapons Locker In Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War will tell you where you must go in order to find the key so

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Blood Bowl 3 Closed Beta Coming Early 2021


Funnier, bloodier, and more spectacular than ever, the closed beta for NACON and Cyanide's Blood Bowl 3 will arrive in early 2021.

For those looking to get into the closed beta, those that pre-order Blood Bowl: Second Season Edition will be able to get themselves a Steam code to get into it right when it opens. Other ways to access the beta will be revealed at a later date, alongside more details on the dates and game content.

At launch, Blood Bowl 3 will include 12 teams (each with their own pitch and cheerleaders), Multiplayer and Campaign modes, and the most customization options a Blood Bowl game has seen to date.

For the diehard fans out there, Blood Bowl 3 will feature rules that have been updated to match the tabletop game. In addition, this release will see the playable inclusion of the Imperial Nobility and Black Orc teams from the starter box right from the get-go.

For those wishing to see it in action, check out the Gamescom 2020 cinematic trailer for the game below (courtesy of IGN):

Blood Bowl 3 – Official Cinematic Trailer | Gamescom 2020

The full release will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam in 2021.

Source: Press Release
Yakuza: Like a Dragon Gets Behind The Scenes Cast Interviews

Get to know the lovable line-up of voice actors that brought SEGA's Yakuza: Like a Dragon to life with the latest video for the game

Bugsnax Gets

Discover what critics are saying about Young Horses' Bugsnax with the "snakkolades" trailer for the game

Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Run the Jewels Music Video

The dark future vibes of CD PROJEKT RED's Cyberpunk 2077 are captured with the release of Run the Jewels' latest music video "No Save Point."

Blood Bowl 3 Closed Beta Coming Early 2021

Funnier, bloodier, and more spectacular than ever, the closed beta for NACON and Cyanide's Blood Bowl 3 will arrive in early 2021

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Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition Announced


Both Koei Tecmo and Team NINJA announced today that the dark fantasy action-RPG Nioh 2 will come to the PC via Steam as Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition.

Set to release on February 5, 2021, this release will feature the base game and all three expansions ("The Tengu's Disciple," "Darkness in the Capital," and "The First Samurai"). 4K Ultra-HD support, ultra wide-screen compatibility, HDR monitor support and 144Hz monitor support, and a consistent 120 FPS (on compatible systems) will also be available.

Learn more with the trailer below, which also reveals the armor "Valve Helmet" that is only available to those who purchase the PC version of the game:

Nioh 2 Complete Edition – Announcement Trailer [STEAM]

According to producer Fumihiko Yasuda:

"We are extremely thankful to all of our die-hard PC fans who have patiently waited to play Nioh 2. We are working hard here at Team NINJA to add the finishing touches to Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition, and are excited for you to experience this gripping masocore game with a wealth of graphical customization. Ready your blades, and unleash your darkness — the formidable foes await you on February 5, 2021."

Source: Press Release
Yakuza: Like a Dragon Gets Behind The Scenes Cast Interviews

Get to know the lovable line-up of voice actors that brought SEGA's Yakuza: Like a Dragon to life with the latest video for the game

Bugsnax Gets

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Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Run the Jewels Music Video

The dark future vibes of CD PROJEKT RED's Cyberpunk 2077 are captured with the release of Run the Jewels' latest music video "No Save Point."

Blood Bowl 3 Closed Beta Coming Early 2021

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How To Decrypt The Floppy Disk In Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War

How To Decrypt The Floppy Disk In Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War
Operation Chaos has a Decrypt Floppy Disk objective. This guide on How To Decrypt The Floppy Disk In Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War will guide you through the entire process so you can find the code and the passphrase to solve this little puzzle for yourself.

The exact code and passphrase to access and decrypt the floppy disk is likely different for different players. As such, we're going to give you everything you need to solve the puzzle for yourself, just in case your solution was slightly different to ours. There is a requirement before you're able to do this, you must have gathered the appropriate evidence.

How To Decrypt The Floppy Disk In Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War

We have a detailed evidence guide so if you're struggling to find the appropriate evidence, be sure to check that guide out. However, this simple breakdown of where to get each piece of evidence should be enough.

  • Nowhere Left To Run Mission – The first mission. At the end, don't throw Qasim off the roof and he will give you a coded message evidence piece.
  • Brick In The Wall Mission – In the room where you shoot or rescue the operative. The evidence is on the table
  • Redlight, Greenlight Mission – At the end of the mission, after the first NPC attack. A room where you are attack by all the guards. A map on the wall

Once you have all three pieces of evidence, you've got everything you need. Once you're back in base interact with the mission board and select the Operation Chaos mission at the top. Then select Examine Evidence.

A Coded Message
The first piece of evidence you want to look at is the "A Coded Message" evidence. One row has a mixture of Red and Blue numbers alongside some ? icons. You need to find the missing numbers in the sequence. For example, my note above is 68 (Red) 50 (Blue) ? (Red) 54 (Blue) 74 (Red) 58 (Blue) 80 (Red) ? (Blue) 88 (Red) 66 (Blue). On my notes, the red numbers are first so I need to find the missing red number and then the missing blue number.

So, the red numbers 68, ? 74, 80, 88. I need to find the ? value. The value is 70 because it is adding 2 to the amount added each time. 68+2=70, 70+4=74, 74+6=80, 80+8=88. The blue numbers, 50, 54, 58, ?, 66 is a simple one. It's just adding 4 each time. So the missing blue number is 62. So the final solution to this clue for me is 7062.

Numbers Station Broadcast clue
Now you need to examine the Numbers Station Broadcast clue. You can see here that each city has a 4 digit code associated with it. New York is 7,0,6,2, which is exactly the same as the 7062 code I had from the first clue.

Front Page of the Observer clue
Lastly, it's time to look at the final clue, the Front Page of the Observer clue. Inspect the clue and you will see several letters are red. For mine it was R, H, N, L, S, E, O, T, C, A. Mix those letters around a bit and they spell out one of the cities in the Numbers Station clue, for me it was Charleston which is 5792.

So now I have everything I need. Go back to the Floppy Disk and select Decrypt. The code is the final clue from the newspaper, 5792, and the passphrase is the city from the first clue, so in my case, it's New York. So finally, I enter 5792 and New York and Decrypt the Floppy Disk.

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Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War Evidence Location Guide

Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War Evidence Guide
Certain missions in COD Cold War hide pieces of evidence you can collect. This Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War Evidence Location Guide will tell you where to find each piece of evidence in each of the missions we have completed so far. Some evidence is purely for story but others can be used to crack data and other interesting items.

Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War Evidence Location Guide

Nowhere Left To Run Mission Evidence 1/1
At the end of the mission, when you are interrogating Qasim, choose the option "Who is Arash Meeting With" at the end of the conversation. You will unlock a piece of evidence.

This is a piece of evidence required to Decrypt the floppy disk.

Brick In The Wall Mission Evidence 2/2
Brick In The Wall Mission Evidence
In the room where you decide whether to rescue or shoot the operative. You can find the evidence sitting on the table.

This is a piece of evidence required to Decrypt the floppy disk.

Brick In The Wall Mission Evidence
When you infiltrate the apartment at the end of this mission, you can find this piece of evidence in the master bedroom upstairs, in the bedside cabinet drawer.

Redlight, Greenlight Mission Evidence 1/1
Redlight, Greenlight Mission Evidence 1
Near the end of the mission, after you hack the computer and start escaping the facility. You'll have to run through some corridors dodging some APC fire and then come to a room at the end where you'll be attacked by enemy soldiers. There is a room, on the ground floor in this location, with a map on the wall. Photograph the map to get the evidence.

This is a piece of evidence required to Decrypt the floppy disk.

Desperate Measures Mission Evidence 1/1
Desperate Measures Mission Evidence 1
This evidence can spawn in multiple locations. The first is the Records Room. You need to do this as the KGB agent you play at the start, Belakov, after you attend the briefing at the start of the mission. Once the briefing has finished, disable the cameras. You can then break into the records room. There is a guard that patrols the corridor there, so you need to wait for him to pass and pick the lock quickly. Wait until the guard has walked up the set of stairs and then attempt to pick the lock. Be careful as you enter as there's another guard inside. It's inside the room on the right, near a pair of glasses on the table.

Echoes Of A Cold War Mission Evidence 1/1
Echoes Of A Cold War Mission Evidence 1
Towards the end of the mission you will be told to use search for something that could wipe a mainframe. In this room, there is a piece of evidence on the table. You cannot miss the room, it's key to the story, so just follow the mission through until you reach here.

We will continue to update this Evidence Location guide as we locate more evidence.

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