There are legal professionals someplace on the market working for Sega HQ in Japan who’ve been tasked with looking down the folks accountable for pirating Yakuza: Like a Dragon. And they aren’t doing job.
SteamDB, an internet site devoted solely to recording statistics associated to the Steam shopfront and multiplayer platform, has needed to take away its web page for Yakuza: Like a Dragon after stress from Sega, who declare that the sport itself was being illegally distributed from the web page. Which it wasn’t.
Curiously, website creator Djundik provides that “SteamDB will get not less than one DMCA per 12 months, however we [are] at all times capable of shortly resolve it”, probably as a result of these DMCAs are the results of a busted/rogue web search. Which could be the case right here too, however in contrast to these different situations, “SEGA however simply ignored any replies”.
And so if you happen to wished to verify the stats on Like a Dragon for the time being, its web page appears like this:
If Sega are taking suggestions, I do know a lawyer who would have finished a greater job…