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Yakuza: Like a Dragon gameplay livestream (NOW)

matrix-cat

Member
Oct 27, 2017
4,525
Oh baby, let's do this. I'm very interested to see how the overall game flow looks with the new battle system. Maybe not something we'll be able to get a good feel for in a live demo, though, since presumably they'll be talking through each step of it.
 

Virtualoso

Member
Aug 10, 2019
627
The protagonist is as big change as the combat mechanics. It’s brave of Sega to go this direction, I hope it pays off for them.
 
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Skunk

Member
Oct 28, 2017
866
The Satellite blast lol

This is gonna be the wackiest and funnest Yakuza yet lol
 

KiLAM

Member
Jan 25, 2018
1,432
Lol that was amazing. Hoping for a youtube link for that japanese trailer soon
 

Jonno394

Member
Oct 25, 2017
994
Anyone who is upset about the RPG mechanics is eating crow right now, it looks like the same game with HP AP and a leveling system tied to the current same exact combat system.



Translation issues and we don't get the same names all the time in the US.
How is it the "same combat system" if I'm not inputting combos and moves etc and just choosing from a menu....

Anyway, gameplay looks fun so far, i want some showfloor footage asap :)

Edit- just watching the combat live. Still seems a bit too slow, drawn out etc, plus lack of skill based/action based means no dodging attacks or blocking (?). I'm definitely more interested in giving it a go though, things like the guy getting hit by a car during combat look great.
 

JustTom

Member
May 28, 2018
506
Germany...
I dont unterstand a single word. In combination with some scenes looking ridiculous, this feels like an April's Fool. Yet I do look forward to this game
 

tobes231

Member
Jul 10, 2019
29
I don't think it will take long for the turn based haters to change their minds. The gameplay looks just as fun, maybe even better over time with the added depth.