The Yakuza series is not known for its subtlety and the last entry of the franchise is no different. Ichiban Kasuga is fresh on the stage and ready to become a hero, but that does not mean that you have to worry about being honest and serious. The exaggerated singeries and the plethora of secondary quests you know and love are all heard in a glorious way because this turn -by -turn combat game throws everything, no matter if it has a logical meaning. Of course, it is incredibly beautiful on the Xbox Series X when you put yourself under tension and go to town to eliminate the bad guys and make a name, but why believe us? Discover our gameplay video below.
Yakuza: Like a dragon a few steps from Kazuma Kiryu and focuses on the newcomer Ichiban Kasuga, a man who has been in prison for 18 years. With his whole life in front of him, he decides to change his habits and embarks on a personal quest to become a hero. Yakuza: Like A Dragon offers the usual collection of eclectic mini-games that you expect from franchise like karaoke and karting. The game is also remarkable for its change of combat system which was traditionally a beat-up and was rather replaced by a traditional gameplay in turn. These battles include contextual options, provided that environmental objects are close to the enemy. While Yakuza: Like A Dragon was a departure from the classic Yakuza series, it retains characteristics and key elements which will be familiar and comfortable to the longtime fans of the series while offering a unique feeling and an excellent starting point For new arrivals not yet ready to play the seven preceding main entries in the franchise.
Yakuza: Like A Dragon will be released on November 10 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox Series X, with a PlayStation 5 edition launched in March 2021. For more information, see the official game website.