Sega Lawyers Threaten Wrong Website Over Yakuza Piracy – Kotaku1 min read

Screenshot: KotakuThere are legal representatives somewhere out there working for Sega HQ in Japan who have actually been tasked with searching down the people accountable for pirating Yakuza: Like a Dragon. And they are not doing a good job.SteamDB, a website dedicated totally to taping data related to the Steam shopfront and multiplayer platform, has had to remove its page for Yakuza: Like a Dragon after pressure from Sega, who claim that the game itself was being illegally distributed from the page. And so if you wanted to examine the statistics on Like a Dragon at the minute, its page looks like this: Screenshot: SteamDBG/O Media might get a commissionIf Sega are taking suggestions, I understand an attorney who would have done a better job …

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