There are lawyers somewhere out there who work for Sega HQ in Japan who have been tasked with hunting down those responsible for piracy Yakuza: Som a dragon. And they do not do a good job.
SteamDB, a site dedicated to recording statistics related to Steam shopfront and the multiplayer platform, has had to remove the page for Yakuza: Som a dragon after pressure from Sega, which claims that the game itself was illegal distributed from the site. As it was not.
Interesting, the website creator Djundik adds that “SteamDB gets at least one DMCA per year, but we [are] always able to solve it quickly ”, probably because these DMCAs are the result of a busted / junk internet search. Which may be the case here as well, but in contrast to the other cases, “SEGA, on the other hand, only ignored answers ”.
And then if you wanted to check the statistics on Like a dragon at the moment its page looks like this:
If Sega makes recommendations, I know a lawyer who would do a better job…