Ryu Ga Gotoku director Toshihiro Nagoshi suggests he’d like to provide his crew a chance to stretch its boundaries.
The creator of the Yakuza sequence says it might be time for the event crew to strive one thing fully new, after so a few years dedicated to the franchise. In an interview, Ryu Ga Gotoku director Toshihiro Nagoshi talks about his hope that he can enable his crew to stretch their growth muscle mass.
“The Ryu Ga Gotoku crew members, they’ve solely actually labored on the Yakuza sequence,” Nagoshi instructed Game Informer. “However I believe it will be a waste if these actually gifted crew members that now we have aren’t in a position to make use of all of their abilities to their full potential. That is likely to be difficult themselves, creating one thing of a complete completely different style and a special model. We do not know that but, however that’s one thing that we’re actually bearing in mind proper now for the expansion of our crew as a complete.”
Ryu Ga Gotoku has dabbled in new genres throughout the Yakuza universe–it explored the opposite aspect of crime dramas with Judgment, and turned its newest Yakuza sport, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, right into a turn-based RPG. But it surely does sound just like the crew could need to enterprise even farther from its consolation zone.
The Yakuza sequence has been in growth for greater than 15 years, and solely gained extra mainstream success within the West comparatively lately. A lot of the sequence focuses on the lifetime of yakuza Kazuma Kiryu, whereas Like a Dragon launched a wholly new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga. Like a Dragon scored a 9/10 in GameSpot’s review.