Sega has updated the official website for Yakuza: Kiwami 2 with details on the new “Gravure Photo Studio” play spot, where the player becomes a cameraman and takes photos of popular gravure idols.
Get the details below.
Gravure Photo Studio
The popular gravure idols Hikaru Aoyama and Rina Hashimoto appear in the new “Gravure Photo Studio” play spot. The player takes on the role of a cameraman and can enjoy conversation with the idol while taking gravure photographs. If you keep the conversation going and skillfully bring out her charm, you may even be able to take that service shot.
Yakuza: Kiwami 2 is due out for PlayStation 4 in Japan on December 7.
Watch an interview video featuring gravure idols Hikaru Aoyama and Rina Hashimoto below. View a higher-res version of the screenshot above at the gallery.