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Mini Review: Yakuza: Like a Dragon (PS5) – Not a Huge Upgrade, But Still a Brilliant RPG

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A hero’s work is never done.

The tale of incredibly endearing protagonist Ichiban Kasuga shines brighter than ever on PlayStation 5, where Yakuza: Like a Dragon offers enhanced visuals. This next-gen upgrade lets you choose between 60 frames-per-second at a slightly higher resolution, or 30 frames-per-second with 4K support. And, well… That’s about it. Aside from what we think are some improved lighting techniques, Like a Dragon looks pretty much the same as it did on PS4. The draw distance is still a bit wonky and city streets are filled with low quality textures. It’s not a bad looking game overall, but it’s a shame that it doesn’t do more.

Thankfully, if you haven’t yet played Like a Dragon, you’re in for a real treat. And even if you did already play through this often insane RPG on PS4, there’s still so much to enjoy on a second run (although it should be noted that save data does not carry over from the PS4 version, for some mad reason).

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