Yakuza producer does not appear too eager on bringing the collection to Nintendo Swap

Yakuza producer does not appear too eager on bringing the collection to Nintendo Swap

Nintendo Swap and Yakuza look like two nice tastes that’d style nice collectively, however the match will stay little greater than a pipe dream for the foreseeable future. In an interview with Gameblog.fr, Yakuza collection producer Daisuke Sato opened up about the potential of Kiryu and co. on Swap.

“To be real looking about what occurred, Yakuza 1&2 HD for Wii U was an enormous failure,” stated Sato, as translated by Gematsu. “However we’re all the time trying to develop for a number of platforms as a lot as doable and know that brings in a better viewers to draw extra individuals.”

“So far as Swap is involved, I am satisfied that it’s not the perfect platform on which to develop Yakuza video games. Perhaps individuals do not count on this sort of recreation on Swap. Perhaps they’re used to totally different video games. It will not be the ultimate platform. As for Xbox One, we are able to take into account it, realizing that Xbox One customers could also be extra prone to be serious about a recreation like Yakuza. This might doubtlessly be an choice.”

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