Yakuza: Like a Dragon – Game

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon System Requirements


  • CPU: Intel Core i5-3470 | AMD FX-8350
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660, 2 GB | AMD Radeon HD 7870, 2 GB
  • OS: Windows 10

Yakuza: Like a Dragon System Requirements


  • CPU: Intel Core i7-6700 | AMD Ryzen 5 1400
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, 3 GB | AMD Radeon RX 580, 4 GB
  • OS: Windows 10


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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Game Details

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a role-playing video game developed by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio and published by Sega. The first mainline title in the Yakuza franchise developed as a turn-based RPG, it was released in Japan and Asia for PlayStation 4 on January 16, 2020. The western release of the game for PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on November 10, 2020 included new costumes, the English audio track and some previously paid DLC. This version was then released in Asia under the subtitle International on February 25, 2021 for Windows and Xbox platforms. The game was released worldwide for PlayStation 5 on March 2, 2021, and a version for Amazon Luna launched on December 10, 2021.

In contrast to previous¬†Yakuza¬†games that focused on the life of¬†Kazuma Kiryu, a man trying to lead a normal life after leaving the¬†yakuza¬†lifestyle,¬†Like a Dragon¬†instead introduces a new protagonist named¬†Ichiban Kasuga. After being imprisoned for 18 years only to then be betrayed by his former boss, Ichiban goes on a personal quest to become a “hero” and uncover the reason for his betrayal alongside his companions.¬†Yakuza: Like a Dragon¬†received positive reviews from both players and critics who enjoyed the narrative, characters, gameplay, unique take on the JRPG sub-genre, and presentation.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is the last game in the series to use the Yakuza name outside of Japan, and the first to use the Japanese title worldwide (albeit as a subtitle). It is set to be followed up by two games: a side story, Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name in 2023, and the next mainline installment Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth in 2024.


Similar to previous games in the Yakuza series, side-quests (known as sub-stories in-game) can be taken up by the player to gain additional rewards and players are also able to enjoy the various side activities around the map such as karaoke. A new side-activity introduced in this game is Dragon Kart, which is similar to other kart racing games in terms of its gameplay.

A major departure from previous¬†Yakuza¬†games is the battle system. Instead of the real-time action¬†beat ’em up¬†mechanics of previous games,¬†Yakuza: Like a Dragon¬†features a¬†real-time¬†turn-based¬†RPG¬†type combat, with a four-person battle team. However, unlike typical turn-based RPGs, characters may use nearby surrounding items such as bicycles to attack enemies (if the items are near the enemies) or may kick surrounding items to their target if there is an interactive item in the environment on the way to the enemy, an aspect that returns from the previous¬†Yakuza¬†games. Players can also call on various party assists to strengthen the party or defeat enemies, with more assists added as the story progresses or through the completion of sub-stories. Players can still continue exploring the world after completing the game. A¬†new game plus¬†mode with additional difficulty settings exclusive to this mode was released as paid¬†downloadable content¬†for the Japanese version of the game, but it comes as a standard feature in the Western release.

Complementing the new combat system are Jobs, a form of¬†character classes¬†similar to other RPGs. Players can change any party member’s job to better fit the party’s playstyle. Currently, there are two jobs that can only be obtained via paid downloadable content.


In 2001, Masumi Arakawa persuades Ichiban Kasuga to confess to a murder that his captain, Jo Sawashiro, allegedly committed, to protect the latter’s reputation. Kasuga, feeling indebted to Arakawa, agrees to shoulder the blame for the crime. 18 years later, Kasuga is released from jail but learns from police officer Koichi Adachi that the Tojo Clan has perished, while Kamurocho has become the territory of its rival, the Omi Alliance. Adachi also informs Kasuga that Arakawa was responsible as he betrayed the clan to join the Omi, while his son Masato, whom Kasuga once chauffeured, has died due to his deteriorating health. Seeking to expose the truth together, they crash an Omi Alliance meeting held by Arakawa. Adachi is arrested for trespassing whilst Kasuga is shot by Arakawa.

Three days later, a homeless man named Yu Nanba heals Kasuga’s wounds after discovering his body in Ijincho. Nanba sees a counterfeit bill in Kasuga’s pocket and tells him that he is safe from the Omi Alliance because Ijincho is hostile territory. Kasuga and Nanba meet Adachi, where they agree to work for soapland owner Isao Nonomiya to make extra money. After uncovering a conspiracy plot at the city’s retirement home, the gang discovers that Nonomiya is murdered, which alerts Saeko Mukoda, one of his employees. The party discover that his killer was Akira Mabuchi, a lieutenant of the Yokohama Liumang. They also uncover the Liumang’s collaboration with the Geomijul mafia and Seiryu Clan in running a money counterfeiting scheme. This money is used by Yutaka Ogikubo, a high-profile politician, to bribe the local police into effectively preserving peace. The Liumang catch the group investigating the scheme and turns them over to Mabuchi. Mabuchi reveals that he deliberately engineered the prior events so that he can frame the party as warmongering Seiryu Clan members.

Joon-gi Han, the second-in-command of the Geomijul, saves the party from Mabuchi. Mabuchi nonetheless executes two Seiryu Clan members to provoke further retaliation. Kasuga’s party heads to the Geomijul HQ so that they can find proof of Mabuchi’s guilt and convince the other Ijincho gangs to not war against each other. Seong-hui, the leader of Geomijul, suddenly reveals to everyone that Nanba pretended to be homeless so that he could investigate his brother’s disappearance after the latter tried to expose the money counterfeiting scheme. She rallies the Geomijul and Liumang into executing Nanba, prompting him to seek refuge in the HQ of Bleach Japan, co-founded by Tokyo’s governor Ryo Aoki. Kasuga eventually deduces that Aoki is actually Masato, who took on a new identity and used Bleach Japan to cleanse Kamurocho of the Tojo Clan’s influence. However, the police were afraid of a power vacuum, so Aoki ordered the Omi Alliance to take over with Arakawa’s help. Aoki seeks to win the support of Ijincho by undermining the Yokohama underworld, which he did by bribing Mabuchi into provoking a civil war.

The Omi Alliance invade the Geomijul HQ, though they are defeated by Kasuga’s party. The Geomijul burns evidence of the entire money counterfeiting scheme so that Ogikubo’s reputation is not damaged during the election season. Tianyou Zhao, the leader of the Liumang, vows to spare Nanba if they could save the Geomijul from the Omi. Touched by Zhao’s solidarity, the Geomijul warm up to Kasuga’s party, and by extension Nanba, with Han and Zhao joining them. Meanwhile, Aoki employs his right-hand man Sota Kume into running for candidacy as Yokohama’s regional representative. At the advice of Seiryu Clan chairman Ryusei Hoshino, Kasuga runs as an independent candidate to stop Aoki’s plans. Hoshino also tells Kasuga that Arakawa never intended to kill him; after the shooting, Arakawa placed the counterfeit bill in his pocket, given to him by Hoshino, so that Kasuga could visit Hoshino on his behalf. Hoshino had previously killed Arakawa’s father for stealing the counterfeit money, with Arakawa eventually forgiving him; his decision to hand the bill back to Hoshino even though Arakawa had the power to expose it was evidence.

Tipped off by his former oath brother Mitsuo Yasumura, Kasuga learns that Arakawa pretended to work for the Omi Alliance the entire time. Kasuga and his party travel to Sotenbori, Osaka, and attend an Omi Alliance meeting, where Arakawa, along with Tojo Clan’s sixth chairman Daigo Dojima and Omi captain Masaru Watase, formally disband both organizations to stop Aoki from using them as pawns. Kasuga and his party, joined by Omi lieutenant Yosuke Tendo and Tojo officers Goro Majima and Taiga Saejima, battle the rioting Omi members; they are later joined by former Tojo Clan chairman Kazuma Kiryu, who reveals himself as Watase’s anonymous bodyguard. Kasuga reconciles with Arakawa and learns that Aoki was the one who committed the murder 18 years ago. Aoki orders the leaders of the Omi loyalists to kill Arakawa. He also discovers the circumstances behind Kasuga’s candidacy and, as such, orders Sawashiro to kill Hoshino. Kasuga stops Sawashiro, though in the process he learns that Aoki is actually Sawashiro’s biological son and not Arakawa’s, while Kasuga is Arakawa’s legitimate son. Kiryu later meets Kasuga’s party and reveals to them, based on intel provided by¬†the Fixer’s men, that Aoki has dispatched assassins after Sawashiro is put in jail because the latter planned to expose Aoki’s guilt. Kasuga’s party stops the assassins, then returns to KamurochŇć, where they arrange a hoax using incriminating evidence to lure out both Aoki and Tendo, the latter being responsible for Arakawa’s murder. Kasuga defeats Tendo in combat, then they secretly feign defeat to trick Aoki into verbally revealing his intent to murder. Kasuga’s party publicly leaks the video, and defeats him. As Kasuga tearfully begs Aoki to turn himself in, Kume fatally stabs him, outraged by his hypocrisy.

Some times later, the evidence found in Arakawa’s headquarters leads to the arrest of all KamurochŇć officials whom accepted his bribe money. Kasuga attends the funeral for Arakawa and Aoki, and decides to remain in Ijincho after turning down Daigo’s job offer for a security firm staffed by ex-yakuza¬†in Osaka.


The game was initially announced on August 26, 2017, alongside¬†Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise¬†and¬†Yakuza Online. During development, the project was code-named¬†Shin Ryu ga Gotoku, meaning “New Like a Dragon” or “Like a New Dragon,” or “Shin-Yakuza” in English. Sega announced that the game’s story was completed at the end of May 2019. Sega received permission from¬†Square Enix’s¬†Dragon Quest¬†series creator¬†Yuji Horii¬†to mention¬†Dragon Quest¬†in the game, which was Ichiban’s favorite video game. Series creator¬†Toshihiro Nagoshi¬†said that the new style of logo was done to reflect Ichiban Kasuga’s differing personality compared to Kazuma Kiryu.¬†Sega¬†staff explained in a 2019 interview that they wanted to try a different style of gameplay, but that if it is badly received, they intend to return to real-time combat for future games. The game’s main theme, “Ichibanka”¬†(šłÄÁē™ś≠Ć,¬†Number One Song), was performed by¬†Shonan no Kaze, who previously performed the main theme of¬†Yakuza 0¬†and¬†KurohyŇć 2: RyŇę ga Gotoku Ashura hen, and¬†Yasutaka Nakata.

The game is the first mainline¬†Yakuza¬†title to receive an English dub since the original¬†Yakuza¬†in 2005. Alongside the English dub, as in¬†Judgment, it also features dual English subtitle sets: one with the Japanese audio with English subtitles matching the Japanese translation, and the other matching the English dub. Localizations in French, German, Italian, and Spanish focus on the Japanese audio, regardless of the selected voice language. The International release in Japan and Asia, as well as the Western release via an update, has dual audio and eleven subtitle language, adding Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Korean to the previous five languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Portuguese are only available in the Western release on PS5; all other versions have all languages present regardless of region). For the first time in the series,¬†karaoke¬†songs in the English dub are sung in English by the English voice cast, with the English versions displaying the English lyrics (on all languages) and the Japanese versions displaying the Japanese romaji lyrics (only when the language set to English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese or Russian; Japanese kanji lyrics when set to Japanese; Traditional Chinese lyrics when set to Traditional Chinese; Simplified Chinese lyrics when set to Simplified Chinese; Korean lyrics when set to Korean), unlike the¬†Yakuza Remastered Collection, in which lyrics between the Japanese kanji and romaji and English translation can be toggled.¬†Darryl Kurylo¬†and¬†Bill Farmer¬†reprise their roles from the original¬†Yakuza¬†as Kazuma Kiryu and Makoto Date, respectively.¬†Matthew Mercer¬†replaces¬†Mark Hamill¬†as¬†Goro Majima,¬†David Hayter¬†replaces¬†John DiMaggio¬†as Osamu Kashiwagi (credited as “The Bartender”), and¬†Isaac C. Singleton Jr.¬†replaces¬†Gary Anthony Williams¬†as Gary Buster Holmes.


January 16, 2020

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