Some developers have added a bit (or a lot) of a zombie themes into their games. Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies has them (yeah), Left 4 Dead 2 (of course), Rise of Nightmares (they’re the only thing I guess), and the Resident Evil franchise cannot live without them.
Perhaps it’s time already to see zombies somewhere else, and Sega wants you to know and experience that, this time in Tokyo. With the use of guns and other powerful weapons, a first in the franchise, it’s you against an entire army of blood-sucking zombies.
The game will be on sale on March of next year only on the PlayStation 3.
Algunos desarrolladores han añadido un poco (o mucho) de temas de zombies en sus juegos. Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies has them (sí), Left 4 Dead 2 (claro), Rise of Nightmares (son la única cosa, creo), y la franquicia Resident Evil no puede vivir sin ellos.
Tal vez es hora ya de ver zombies en otro lugar, y Sega quiere que sepas y vivas la experiencia, esta vez en Tokio. Con el uso de armas de fuego y otras armas de gran alcance, por primera vez en la franquicia, eres tú contra un ejercito entero de zombies chupadores de sangre.
El juego saldrá a la venta en marzo del próximo año sólo en la PlayStation 3.
WHAT WAS ONCE OF THE END IS NOW DEAD SOULS
SEGA Delivers the Unique Experience of Tokyo’s Red Light District
With an Undead Twist in Yakuza: Dead Souls Coming 2012!
SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON (October 5, 2011) –SEGA® of America, Inc. and SEGA® Europe Ltd. today announced that the much anticipated ‘Yakuza Of The End’ will be available in the West in March 2012. RenamedYakuza™: Dead Souls, this next iteration of the iconic Japanese series will be available exclusively to PlayStation®3 system owners and will feature the entire storyline, Japanese downloadable content and a brand new mini-game Pachislot!
Yakuza: Dead Souls is set in the infamous red light district of Tokyo, which is under attack from hordes of zombies. Players will not only face armies of the undead and incredibly powerful mutants, but a treacherous Japanese underworld that is just as merciless. Playing through the eyes of four of the most infamous characters of the series, witness allegiances shift quickly and the line between friend and foe lost. If you thought zombies were bad…meet the Yakuza!
“We know how much people love Yakuza in the West and with Dead Souls being the latest and greatest in the franchise, it is only right we bring it to them closer to the Japanese release than ever,” said Gary Knight, Senior Vice President of Marketing at SEGA.
Yakuza: Dead Souls features gunplay for the first time in the Yakuza™ series, where everything from pistols, machine guns and rocket launchers can be employed against the zombie invasion. Just remember to save some ammo in case you run into something even more terrifying than the zombies! With all the depth and story of a Yakuza title, plus the addition of exciting shoot-outs and previously unplayable characters Ryuji Goda and Goro Majima, Yakuza: Dead Souls is worth dying for.