Japanese GTA can move from PlayStation to PC

After the successful launch of console hits Bayonetta and Vanquish on the PC would be logical to assume that soon a computer version get and other popular designs SEGA. But while the publisher is in no hurry with the announcement, the initiative decided to intercept journalists portal PC Gamer. They managed to contact the senior Vice President of SEGA Europe, John Clark and ask him about the future of PC ports.


Clark did not go into specifics, but clearly gave to understand that SEGA want to port a console hits the PC not less than eager gamers. The company believes that to deliver its projects to the PC audience would be great.

“If I asked you to make a list of ten SEGA games that you would like to see on the PC, he is unlikely to be different from the list that we have in the company. I think there is a certain directory that would be common to all,” says John Clark, senior Vice President of SEGA Europe.

To the question, should we expect a popular series of Yakuza and Persona on PC, Clark did not give a definite answer, but added that both titles are on their list.


Yakuza is popular in Japan a series of action-adventure, developed by Yakuza Studio and published by SEGA. Gameplay similarities with the series of games Grand Theft Auto in the West, the game was nicknamed the “Japanese GTA”, although Yakuza is not a clone and includes many of their unique mechanic. The first part of the series was released in 2005 on the PlayStation 2 a year ago on the PS3 and PS4 in Japan has come out with a remake of Yakuza Kiwami. Up to the edges of the game gets to the end of August.

Source: pcgamer.com

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