Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a side-scrolling action game that was raised and released by Sega. This is the sixth main game in the Yakuza franchise and has been released in Japan on January 16, 2020, for PlayStation 4.getting it started
Mechanics In Yakuza: Like a Dragon
Yakuza has some great mechanics and the game is again. You start with very little money to spend on equipment or whatever. Because of this, you quickly accumulate enough money by performing tasks and earning experience points to purchase better equipment. The games never feel boring, because they are fun enough and challenging enough that they never get boring for you.
The Side Quest In Yakuza: Like a Dragon
The side quest in this game is quite fun and exciting, although I hope to find a better choice of side quests overall. Some of the side quests are boring, but the other side quests keep me entertained.
In-Game Character Development
One thing I want to talk about is character development. There was a lack of character development in previous Yakuza games, which frustrated me when I finished one game only to see a slight improvement in the next. I feel like this is a big deal because every game ends after a certain amount of time with no real character development. This problem got worse with the sixth game, and I don’t think I liked it at all.
With Yakuza, the developers have actually fixed this problem, and they’ve included new side missions and mini-games that give you some real character development. The game is less linear now, and you feel that there are actually a lot of different paths and options to follow. I especially love the new motorcycle side missions and the new weapons you get for each character.
Overall, I thought the game had good graphics and sound effects, but not great graphics, which could be a problem. Since this is a side-scrolling action game, the animations aren’t always great, so they tend to look sloppy and boring. Also, the facial animations are not great, and sometimes they are not very natural.
In general, I enjoyed Yakuza as much as the previous games in this series. The story is good, the side quests are good, the game is fun, and the overall presentation of this game is good.