The stream will be on the Sega Twitch channel.
By Robert Marrujo:: Yakuza Kiwami was a rollicking good time on PlayStation 4, so it's only natural be stoked for all things Yakuza, at the moment. As luck would have it, Sega is ready to indulge us all with a livestream of Yakuza 0. The stream will go live tomorrow, October 13, at 2 PM PST on the Sega Twitch channel.
The feed will feature Sega localization workers Sam Mullen and Scott Strichart. Here's Sega's rundown of what to expect:
"Yakuza localization patriarchs Sam Mullen and Scott Strichart are ready to walk the neon lit streets of Kamurocho as they livestream their adventures in Yakuza 0 this Friday. They'll get into fights with thugs, gasp at some dramatic story moments, let off steam with some colorful distractions, and talk about their work on the game. ...[W]atch Sam and Scott provide a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to localize Yakuza 0. Oh, and we'll be giving away codes at the end of the stream too!"
It's always great to hear about a video game from the perspective of someone who actually worked on it, so this might be an excellent opportunity for budding video game designers to take a peak behind the development curtain. Will you be tuning in? Let us know in the comments!