The Yakuza series is no stranger to, er, somewhat questionable side activities. Yakuza 0, for example, introduced a minigame in which you watch scantily clad women wrestle in an underground area and place bets on who you think will come out on top. We're not sure whether stuff like this goes down well with everyone, but the bottom line is that it's in the game and that it's usually optional.

Yakuza: Kiwami 2, which is due out this December in Japan, comes with a brand new minigame which sees series protagonist Kazuma Kiryu grab a camera and take photos of young women. For a photo shoot, obviously -- Kaz isn't some creepy stalker or anything like that.

Weirdly, the angle here is that the women in question aren't actually in the game -- the activity uses real life footage, much like the private video booths in the aforementioned Yakuza 0.

What do you make of this? Would it be Yakuza without questionable activities like this, or do you think this kind of stuff drags the experience down? Give an honest opinion in the comments section below.