Yakuza Kiwami 2 for PlayStation 4

Yakuza Kiwami 2

Aug 28, 2018
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About this game

Developer: SEGA
Content Rating: Mature


One year after the 10 billion yen incident, Kazuma Kiryu begins to build a peaceful life with Haruka Sawamura. Tearing him away, an assassination threatens to erupt in an all-out war between the Tojo Clan and the Omi Alliance. Kiryu, the Dragon of Dojima, must travel to Sotenbori, Osaka in an attempt to broker peace between the rival clans, but Ryuji Goda, known as the Dragon of Kansai, will stop at nothing to get his war. In this world, there can only be one dragon.

Critic Reviews

45 Reviews
Patrick AndersonAug 23, 2018
The battle of the Two Dragons is one of the better stories of the series, though, and you won’t be disappointed with all the upgrades that make this essentially a new game from the original Yakuza 2 in 2006 – including tons of new content and cut-scenes. If you’ve never played a Yakuza game, however, Yakuza Kiwami 2 is a great place to start, as the game offers an option to catch up on the story so far. If you have a Yen for more classic Yakuza fighting action, Kiryu’s latest saga has all the right moves.
Edmond TranMay 03, 2019
The modernization of its presentation and its mechanics elevate it, making it absolutely worth revisiting or experiencing for the first time. Yakuza is an exemplary, if flawed series that does an incredible job of steeping you in contemporary Japanese-style crime drama, and establishing an evocative sense of place. Yakuza Kiwami 2 is an excellent example of the series at its best, coupling its most memorable stories and characters with its most sophisticated mechanics yet.
Jeremy PeeplesAug 25, 2018
The story itself is one of the best in the series as well, with a healthy mix of new characters and a rare usage of a love story as a way to add new characters to the mix and add depth to existing ones. It looks and sounds great and the Dragon engine enables the combat to flow far better than than it did before. It’s a must-buy for any Yakuza fan and also makes a fine starting point thanks to its thorough recap of the first game.


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