Since the announcements of Toshiba Satoshi and Daisuke NATO, recently debauched by Ne tease, the productions fans of BYU Ga Gook Studio are all the more curious to discover what this one prepares them for the future. In an interview for Fujitsu, Masayoshi Yokohama, director of the studio, let himself go to a few shy confidences.

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No smashing revelations on the program of this interview published by the famous Japanese magazine, but some interesting details for which follows the news of the studio and watches its next achievements. Masayoshi Yokohama first begins by returning to the emotion caused by the starts of Satoshi and NATO, formalized in early October. He recalls that the studio has grown a lot over the last ten years, up to overcome the three hundred and, for him, in an organization like this, it is difficult to make changes without causing a shock. In this sense, I think this structural evolution is a sign of change.. The question is: what order?

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Without lying on the subject, the director of BYU Ga Gook Studio unveils that he is currently at work on several titles still held secret and who would have nothing to do with YAKUZA, nor with his spin- Off Judgment. But the studio does not forget its two flagship licenses. The eighth canonical opus of the Saga Yakuza will take place a few years after the events of Yakuza: Like a dragon. To whether Michigan Cayuga will again be the main protagonist, Masayoshi Yokohama responds timidly in the affirmative. As for Judgment, he confirms the will of the studio of continue to work on this one. The doubt was allowed, in view of the difficulties encountered by Sega with the Tanya Timur agency, the latter having apparently brought off at the exit of Lost Judgment on PC and potentially questioned the future of the future. License, very attached to the figure of the actor.