Hiroyuki Miyasako, the actor who performs Tsuyoshi Nagumo in Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, is embroiled in a scandal.
Miyasako is a 49-year-old Japanese comic who’s amongst 11 actors launched by the expertise agency Yoshimoto Kogyo Co. after just lately discovering out that they’d attended a celebration organized by somebody related with organized crime.
Japan Times states that the celebration was organized 5 years in the past by a bunch “involved in money transfer fraud”. Miyasako and different comedians offered leisure for the contributors and had been paid for his or her efforts.
Although the actors are usually not conscious of this apparent connection, the Agency is not desirous about representing them. “Although the (comedians) did not know that this was an anti-social group meeting, we still consider it a very serious matter to have received money from such a group,” Yoshimoto Kogyo Co. stated in a press release.
As you would possibly count on, radio and tv broadcasters in Japan have already began taking episodes the place comedians are off the air, or have reduce out their scenes altogether. This is typical of the Japanese media, as just lately seen by Judge actor Pierre Taki, who was changed by one other actor after the play was launched.
Sega had to name copies on the market and reissue a corrected model from which Taki was utterly scrubbed. The identical can occur with Yakuza 6, though that is unlikely due to the age of the sport.
We will not know for positive till Sega decides if the matter is critical sufficient to act. Yakuza 6 will most likely find yourself on the PC in some unspecified time in the future, which could possibly be cause sufficient to make a change.