Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Yakuza: Like a Dragon (PS5)

2021

System
PlayStation 5
Publisher
SEGA
Developer
Yakuza Studio

8.5

Game Rating

User Ratings: 99

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Also Known As
Yakuza 7
Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Action, RPG
Release Date

PlayStation 5

  • 2nd Mar 2021
  • 2nd Mar 2021

PlayStation Plus Essential (Subscription)

  • 2nd Aug 2022 until 6th Sep 2022
Series
Yakuza
Characters
Ichiban Kasuga
Tags
Japan, JRPG, Single Player, Crime, Open World
Controller Support
DualSense
Feature Support
4K, 60fps
Official Site
likeadragon.sega.com
Wikipedia
en.wikipedia.org
Also Available On
PS4, Xbox Series X|S

Screenshots (7)

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Guides

About The Game

RISE LIKE A DRAGON

Ichiban Kasuga, a low-ranking grunt of a low-ranking yakuza family in Tokyo, faces an 18-year prison sentence after taking the fall for a crime he didn't commit. Never losing faith, he loyally serves his time and returns to society to discover that no one was waiting for him on the outside, and his clan has been destroyed by the man he respected most.

Confused and alone, he embarks on a mission to discover the truth behind his family's betrayal and take his life back, becoming an unlikely hero for the city’s outcasts on his journey.

LEVEL UP FROM UNDERDOG TO DRAGON IN DYNAMIC RPG COMBAT

Experience dynamic RPG combat like none other. Switch between 19 unique Jobs ranging from Bodyguard to Musician, and use the battlefield your weapon. Take up bats, umbrellas, bikes, street signs, and everything else at your disposal to crack some skulls!

ENTER THE UNDERWORLD PLAYGROUND

When you're not busy bashing heads, relax by hitting up the local arcade for some classic SEGA games, compete with locals in a no holds barred go-kart race around Yokohama, complete 50 unique substories, or just take in the scenery of a modern-day Japanese city. There’s always something new around the corner.