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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Review - Wild and Brilliant
KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
7652 posts
Let's cut to it, available now for the new Xbox Series X, Yakuza: Like a Dragon is the first great JRPG for the console. A brilliant re-imagining of the series that is as wild as it is full of heart. After spending many, many, hours with the PC build we're ready to share our spoiler-free review.

A snippet.
Taking even the most passing of glances at any of the pre-release trailers and seeing real-world jobs like chef or bouncer or pop idol or musician re-imagined as RPG character classes, or witnessing crustaceans swarming enemies in what looked like mage abilities (aka spells), you could very easily chalk it up to the Yakuza team indulging in their absurdist tendencies.

In reality the opposite is true, and like all great over-the-top art, Yakuza: Like a Dragon is grounded in humanity. Humanity that is personified in the new and wonderful protagonist Ichiban Kasuga.

Our Full Yakuza: Like a Dragon Review
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