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Yakuza: Like a Dragon TGS trailers (Gameplay + western story trailer)
Yakuza 6 was a beautifully subdued ending to Kiryu’s story that made me cry at several points. They decided to forego the typical bombast of a Yakuza game to make a more intimate, emotional game, and I loved it for that.
This game, on the other hand, seems absolutely bonkers. A near complete 180 from the decisions of 6 while maintaining that signature Yakuza style. I cannot wait to play this!!
I wasn't totally against it, but I'm certainly not impressed after watching the turn-based combat in action. A combat encounter drags on too long.
A Xenoblade combat system would fit better. Auto attacks while you can freely move, and execute heat moves on cooldowns. There will also be moves that should be activated from the side/back of the enemy, as well as combination moves with your companions. And of course, you can still use the summons after fulfilling certain requirements/bars in combat.
Dragon Kart is a dangerous racing game that turns the town areas of Yokohama into a course you race around in modded karts. Surpass your unique rivals and aim for first place. Also, many dangerous attack items such as a “Rocket Launcher” appear during the race. By using these, you can crash your rivals’ karts. Karts can be switched and customized. Polishing your racing skills is one way to go about it, or you can focus completely on attacking your rivals. However you choose to do it, aim to dominate the Grand Prix.
—Drift and corner the kart in a Chinatown-esque cityscape. Polish your techniques and surpass your rivals!
—Many item boxes appear on the course. In addition to boost items, you can also obtain attack items like a Rocket Launcher or Gatling Gun. Fire away to crash your enemies and immediately pass them!
They've also detailed the movie theater mini-game and pachislot, as well as introduce Saeko and Adachi (two of the party members) so definitely give this a read:
Sega has updated the official Japanese website for Yakuza: Like a Dragon (known as Yakuza 7: Whereabouts of Light and Darkness in Japan) with details on the game’s Dragon Kart, Traditional Movie Theater, and PachiSlot play spots, as well as new characters Saeko Mukouda and Kouichi Adachi...
Dragon Kark going to be fun and a time sinker :P Thers always a minigame they add custumisation that takes forever to get all the parts. In Judgment was the drone races, but i got bored fast, this one seems more fun.