Sega has released new information and screenshots for Yakuza: Like a Dragon introducing the non-profit organization Bleach Japan and its key members.
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■ Bleach Japan
Bleach Japan is a non-profit organization that works to eliminate the various “gray zones” in society, and create an open and wholesome society. Ryou Aoki, the current governor of Tokyo, was involved in the organization as a first-generation representative, and the organization is highly well-known and influential throughout the country despite being a non-profit. Currently, the organization is targeting and actively working in Isezaki Ijincho, where there are many remaining illegal brothels and the like.
—Bleach Japan is a new organization that Kasuga will confront.
Ryou Aoki (voiced by Kousuke Toriumi)
The current governor of Tokyo. The founder of the non-profit organization Bleach Japan, who gained popularity as its first-generation representative and moved on to the political world. After being elected as the youngest governor of Tokyo in history, he brought down the Omi Alliance through the “Kamurocho 3K Strategy” and quickly became the hero of the era. With overwhelming support from men and women of every age, it is said that it will not be long before he becomes prime minister.
Hajime Ogasawara (voiced by Tarusuke Shingaki)
The current representative of Bleach Japan, as well as one of the organization’s founding members. He has recently been gaining more exposure in the media, and is gaining more popularity alongside with the organization.
Souta Kume (voiced by Daisuke Hirakawa)
The leader of Bleach Japan’s Yokohama branch. He loves Bleach Japan’s principle of “bleaching the gray zone.” He has a dangerous side in that he does not condemn taking violent action for the organization.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is due out for PlayStation 4 on January 16, 2020 in Japan, and in 2020 in the Americas and Europe. A demo is available now. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.
View the screenshots at the gallery.
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