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News: Yakuza: Black Panther 2 Punches Its Way Onto PSP On March 22nd In Japan

Yakuza: Black Panther 2 Punches Its Way Onto PSP On March 22nd In Japan

The PlayStation Vita may be out, but the PlayStation Portable's still hot property in Japan

Next year will see Sony's first handheld host a slew of hot titles, with SEGA's Yakuza: Black Panther 2 right at the top of the list. A report in Dengeki PlayStation magazine has confirmed the spin-off brawler for a March 22nd release in Japan. The game will score both digital and retail releases, with the..

News: Yakuza: Black Panther 2 Gets Cinematic Trailer

Yakuza: Black Panther 2 Gets Cinematic Trailer

SEGA's bridged the gaps between the original Yakuza: Black Panther and its recently announced sequel with a brand new cinematic trailer

The footage adopts Black Panther's unique visual style, and while it is light on gameplay, should be enough to get you pumped for the upcoming sequel. Hit the jump to see the footage in full.

News: Sony's On Fire, Bringing 18 Unannounced PlayStation Vita Titles To TGS

Sony's On Fire, Bringing 18 Unannounced PlayStation Vita Titles To TGS

A couple of weeks before GamesCom, everyone was worried that the PlayStation Vita was going to get very weak software support

Sure Sony's first-party stuff looked great, but where were the third-party games? But since then there's been a tirade of announcements. Starting with Ubisoft's launch window offering, through to the more recent Persona 4: The Golden — at the moment it's surprising to see..

News: Yakuza: Black Panther Sequel Looks A Lot Like Yakuza: Black Panther

Yakuza: Black Panther Sequel Looks A Lot Like Yakuza: Black Panther

Our first glimpse of Kurohyou 2 Ryu ga Gotoku (or Yakuza: Black Panther 2) is a familiar affair, as it looks almost identical to the original Black Panther

That title sucked a lot of life out of our PSP so we're naturally excited about the sequel. But without the promise of a localisation, we'll try to keep our anticipating in check. Andriasang's got more shots through here.