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The final chapter in the street-fighting saga of ever-scowling Kizama Kiryu, Yakuza 6: The Song of Life serves up a crime story that’s hard-boiled yet, for the most part, far more believable than the more melodramatic tales of previous games. Delivered with a new level of visual fidelity, it also makes its Tokyo and Hiroshima settings double as a pretty effective ‘look before you book’ service for the Japanese tourism industry. However, disappointingly simple combat and a list of meaningful gameplay additions so paltry they can be counted on a single hand (one that’s missing a couple of fingers at that) meant that I didn’t want to stick around to smell the ramen after the main story wrapped.

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Posted on Mar 15, 2018

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