Yakuza: Like a Dragon is ostensibly against the law story: A story of betrayal and revenge within the seedy underworld of Japan. Nevertheless it’s extra than simply that—or perhaps totally different from that. Or not that in any respect? It is onerous to inform, actually, however there certain is rather a lot happening.
The brand new trailer, appropriately entitled “The Quest Begins,” showcases the minigames that downtrodden hero Ichiban Kasuga will tackle, in all probability a number of occasions, as his heroic journey unfolds. There is a Guitar Hero-style rhythm recreation, darts, a company shareholders assembly, sports activities trivia, batting cages, a driving vary, arcade combating video games, no matter’s happening with that hen, and actually that is the place I lose observe as a result of then it begins to get bizarre(er).
Oh, and there is karaoke—unhappy, lonely karaoke. The truth is, Sega clarified that Yakuza: Like a Dragon will, for the primary time, characteristic English variations of the “most beloved karaoke songs from earlier entries within the collection,” plus a half-dozen brand-new ones:
- Baka Mitai (I’ve Been a Idiot)
- Hell Stew
- Like a Butterfly
- Machine Gun Kiss
- Spring Breeze
- The Future I Dreamed Of
Clearly I failed to understand the importance of karaoke to the Yakuza collection, however I can actually say that I am much more interested by Yakuza: Like a Dragon now than I used to be earlier than I watched this video.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon comes out on November 10 and can be out there on Steam and the Microsoft Retailer. If you have not already seen them, listed here are the system requirements.