Yakuza: Like a Dragon – Scores Soaring High on Metacritic

Yakuza: Like a Dragon – Scores Soaring High on Metacritic

Excitement erupted in gaming circles this week as reviews poured in for Yakuza: Like a Dragon, showering the game with praise and earning it some of the highest Metacritic scores in the series' history. The PS5 version boasts an impressive 90, while the Xbox Series X/S version isn't far behind at 93, and the PC edition holds strong at 89.

What's truly remarkable is that "Like a Dragon," the ninth major installment in the beloved Yakuza series, has clinched the top spot for the series' highest scores to date. Previously, Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami 2 held this honor with Metacritic ratings of 85 each.

Set to release on January 26, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth takes a bold leap into Hawaii, a departure from its usual Japanese locales. Fans will be thrilled to find both Yakuza: Like a Dragon’s protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, and the original series hero, Kazuma Kiryu, in this adventure, promising a captivating mix of characters and storylines.

The Metacritic scores for the main Yakuza games and spin-offs span from a solid 90 for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth to a respectable 75 for the original Yakuza. Critics are hailing Infinite Wealth as one of the standout RPGs in recent memory, boasting a stellar 90 score and cementing its position as the series' highest-rated entry.

In its review of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, VGC paints the game as the epitome of the series, dubbing it a “must-play RPG.” The review lauds the title as one of the finest role-playing games in years, applauding its exceptional combat mechanics, diverse cast of characters, and its willingness to embrace the quirky and unconventional.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon – Scores Soaring High on Metacritic

In conclusion, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth promises an unforgettable gaming experience, packed with a multitude of activities to keep players entertained for hours on end.

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