Recruit Sujimon of multiple types and evolutions, fight with teams of three, and take on the Discreet Four to become the Sujimon Master.
Meanwhile, the PS5 enjoyed a bumper week in Japan, outselling the Nintendo Switch with over 107,000 units sold.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon, the previous mainline title, required a maximum of 60 GB on PC. Other requirements have also increased.
"If you go at it continuously, you’ll get sick, and it won’t end with just one or two all-nighters," series producer Masayoshi Yokoyama warns.
The story of this one exceptionally specific time period in the Yakuza canon, revealed at last.
"We decided it would be a lot more interesting as a game of its own, which is how the project came to be," says RGG Studio director Masayoshi Yokoyama.
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Kazuma Kiryu takes centerstage again in the upcoming Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name- here's everything you should know about it.
As Kiryu progresses through the story, he'll receive requests from Akame, which include new Substories with returning characters.
Expect new details on Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name and Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth.
Completing the upcoming spin-off will unlock "special content like scenes not included in the main game," says RGG Studio's Masayoshi Yokoyama.
Kiryu works with Akame and her intelligence network to take on "risky requests" in the upcoming side story, launching on November 9th.
The developer recently took to Twitter to remind fans that the upcoming brawler will be "available for download" in November.
Working with the Daidoji Faction, Kiryu encounters a mysterious group that knows his true identity and must root them out.
The character was voiced in English by Darryl Kurylo in 2020's Yakuza: Like a Dragon, who also played the role in the original Yakuza game.
Not necessarily what many may have hoped for, but Tokyo 2020 makes a compelling case for itself nonetheless.
The saga is now (mostly) complete.