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    JRPG, Yakuza: Like a Dragon – Sets a Western launch on November 13 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

    Publisher Sega and developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio announced Yakuza: Like a Dragon will come to the west this November 13, 2020 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC, followed by PlayStation 5 release later on. Check out a new trailer titled “How Will You Rise?,” showing off Ichiban Kasuga and his parties styles and movesets in different job classes throughout the game. The video shows the extraordinary RPG combat system, including the well-thought-out professions as well as the associated combat techniques and team-based attacks.

    Yakuza: Like a Dragon brings dynamic RPG gameplay to the streets of Yokohama, Japan. An adventure that combines Yakuza-typical brawler action with deep strategic gameplay, party customization and a huge selection of skills that you would otherwise only expect in a classic RPG.

    In less than two minutes the new “How-Will-You-Rise?” Trailer takes players on a journey through the streets of Yokohama with, the new location in Yakuza: Like a Dragon . The video shows the new protagonist of the Yakuza series, Ichiban Kasuga, along with his group members Nanba, Saeko and Adachi, who practice some of the 20+ unique professions in the game. Ichiban takes on a special role that can only be described as a kind of meta-worldview: He imagines himself to be the protagonist in an RPG, which is why his brawls are also fought as turn-based battles. Players who have always wanted to put on a chef’s hat and really wanted to cover their opponent with a pinch of pepper will find Yakuza: Like a Dragon definitely the right game – no other title offers this experience!

    For our previous posts about the game, check out our links below:

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