Looks like Yakuza: Like a Dragon is coming to Xbox Game Pass soon

Yakuza: Like A Dragon is probably coming to Xbox Game Pass soon – at least that’s according to the Brazilian Microsoft Store.
We’re less than 24 hours away from the big Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, but already we’re starting to see some of the big announcements that are likely to be made by the platform holder.
Ahead of the big show going live, a Brazilian Twitter account has shared some images noting that DLC for the Sega-published title was listed for Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft removed any references to the subscription service sharprish once the tweet started getting attention, though.
Following that, VentureBeat reporter Jeff Grubb chimed in to claim that the game is, indeed, coming to the service soon.
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If the reports are true – and at this point, there isn’t much room to doubt they are – it’s good news for developer RGG Studio. The success of Yakuza: Like a Dragon has been pretty extraordianry, and Yakuza creator Toshihiro Nagoshi and producer Kazuki Hosokawa ..

Someone already bought Devolver’s NFT presentation for $1000

Devolver has already sold its unique NFT presentation tape to a buyer that was willing to pay $1000 for the privilege of owning a bit of gaming history.
During its E3 2021 presentation, Devolver Digital’s made a big deal of offering up its Max Pass Plus presentation as an NFT – but that’s “non-fuckwithable tape,” not one of those hateful non-fungible tokens.
“The lone physical copy of the 2021 Devolver MaxPass+ presentation gently recorded on a VHS tape with the tab violently torn out of it so your little brother or sister can’t record over it. Before this, it was used to record pornography,” Devolver explained in the item’s listing on its merch store (thanks, Stevivor).
The item was listed for $1000, which isn’t really that bad in a world where people have been selling PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles for just as much on auction sites.
The tape is basically a one-time-only deal with the presentation recorded onto it – Devovler used the idea of it to skewer the rise in NFT transactions t..

Here’s every game announced at Devolver’s E3 2021 show

Devolver Digital didn’t disappoint when it came to a madcap, off-the-wall showcase at E3 2021 – but alongside the weird narrative, the publisher announced plenty of games, too.
Headlining the announcements, and acting as a sort-of running joke through the whole bizarre experience, was the publisher’s jab at the increasingly popular trend of treating games as a service, and cajoling the player into signing up for costly repeat payments in order to gain access to titles.
The satire is framed as the “Devolver MaxPass+ Showcase | Monetization as a Service,” and you can take a look at teh intro to it below.
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Now that we’ve got… whatever that is… out the way, let’s focus on the games. There were a ton of indies in the list that looked great, even by the lofty standards Devolver sets as a publisher.
Trek to Yomi, billed by the publisher as a “cinematic tour-de-force” was the first reveal. It’s apparently inspired by classic samurai films, and comes from the Polish Flying Wild ..