Hokuto Ga Gotoku

Sony Interactive Entertainment released its weekly PS4 digital sales chart for the Japanese PlayStation Store, related to the period between March 5th and March 11th. You can check out the full top-twenty below. NieR: Automata Hokuto Ga Gotoku The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel I: Kai – Thors Military Academy 1204 Monster Hunter
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Today Sega released in Japan the third free DLC for its recently-launched Fist of the North Star game Hokuto Ga Gotoku. The DLC include a tux costume for Kenshiro, Raiga and Fuga’s amulet (increasing attack and defense power for a limited time), Club’s amulet (increase experience acquisition), three pearls to unlock Kenshiro’s abilities, and a “Eden’s Medicine” recovery
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Today Media Create released its weekly charts giving us a look at the performance of the Japanese market in the week between March 5th and March 11th. Below you can check out the top-twenty software chart: Hokuto Ga Gotoku – PS4 – 123,116/New Monster Hunter World – PS4 – 25,382/1,954,272 Splatoon 2 – Switch –22,162/2,106,486 Mario Kart
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Yakuza games have developed a tradition of offering a series of free weekly DLC packages after release, and while Hokuto Ga Gotoku isn’t formally part of the series, it will follow the same routine. Today Sega made the announcement to celebrate the game’s Japanese release. The first package, titled “Special Pack: Welcome to the End of the Century”
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Today Sega presented more gameplay of its upcoming action game Hokuto Ga Gotoku, which mixes the Fist of the North Star (Hokuto no Ken) setting and characters with the familiar Yakuza flavor and gameplay. First of all, we get to see the arena, in which gladiatorial fights are regularly held among Eden’s prisoners. Afterwards, we move into
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Today Sega released more gameplay of its upcoming Fist of the North Star game Hokuto Ga Gotoku, that mixes the popular anime and manga with the mechanics and flavor of the Yakuza series. The broadcast was presented by General Director and Sega Chief Creative Officer Toshihiro Nagoshi and talent Ayana Tsubaki, while the game was played live
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