Yakuza Kiwami for PlayStation 4

Yakuza Kiwami

Aug 29, 2017
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About this game

Developer: SEGA
Content Rating: Adults only


10 years ago, Kazuma Kiryu took the fall for a crime he didn’t commit to save his best friend. Expelled from his yakuza family, Kiryu is released from prison to a city he no longer recognizes. Chaos erupts when 10 billion yen vanishes from the Tojo Clan vault, and with Kiryu caught in the middle, he finds everything points to a young, mysterious girl named Haruka. Together, they must survive to find the answers they both seek.

Gamer Reviews

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Jul 29, 2020
What a great game. It has a great Story and a good combat mechanic, but it turns repetitive over time. It has a lot of minigames and substories to have an entertaining experience every time you play it. BE CAREFUL TROPHY HUNTERS, the Completion List could be a pain in the ass and the Majima Everywhere tasks as well. I did not have the chance to play the original game for PS2, but this remake definitively worths a shot. And don't be fooled by the title If you had never played a yakuza game before, If you think that you will be killing everybody on your way and be a merciless yakuza you may look somewhere else, this a Story about a kick ass hero with a big heart.


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Critic Reviews

51 Reviews
Josh WiseAug 21, 2017
Sega reminds us that, with Yakuza Kiwami, not only is its heart in the right place, but it hasn’t missed a beat.
Janine HawkinsAug 21, 2017
Yakuza Kiwami makes it clear just how far the series has come, and just how far it still has to go. It’s keenly designed to bring newly minted Yakuza fans more firmly into the fold by providing all the contemporary comforts they might expect, while also giving longtime fans more to chew on than a shot-for-shot remake ever would have. It’s a patchwork, for better and for worse, and as much as I enjoyed my time with it, there’s no denying that some of those patches are looking more tired than others.
Jeremy PeeplesAug 21, 2017
Yakuza Kiwami remakes the original game in a near-perfect way. Some may be disappointed over the lack of English voice acting, but the use of Japanese with English subtitles greatly increases the authenticity. Kiwami plays far better than the original release and it delivers a more enjoyable experience overall. Every benefit from the most recent games is here, resulting in the definitive way to play the original game’s story.

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