SEGA has released the opening movie for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, so if you can't wait until the game launches on Friday, 26th January, to know what a day in the life of a ponytailed Ichiban Kasuga looks like, then we've got you covered.

Infinite Wealth is set three years after the events of Yakuza: Like a Dragon and follows Ichiban as he searches for his biological mother, Akane, who he believed had died during his youth. This journey will take him to Honolulu, Hawaii, where, just as luck (or fate) would have it, another legendary ex-Tojo Clan member, Kazuma Kiryu, is also searching for Akane.

The game looks seriously sick, and we can't wait to return to Ichiban's larger-than-life world. The switch to turn-based combat might not be for everybody, but the combat system underpinning the action appears to have gotten some serious upgrades. Breaking new grounds in grubby monetization, SEGA has actually put New Game Plus behind a paywall, so if you'd like to help the company achieve its own ambitions of attaining infinite wealth, you can go ahead and pick that one up.

Will you pick up Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, or will you take a principled stand against SEGA's overt attempts at nickel-and-diming players? Let us know in the comments section below.