A lot of familiar ditties and a few new ones, as well as all of those recognisable street sounds across Ijincho and Sotenbori. Excellent voice acting, as ever, too.
RGG Studio's Dragon engine ensures lovely rich visuals, as always, although many of the same little bugs persist. Still, this is a gorgeous-looking game brimming with detail.
The brawler side of the Like a Dragon series still has ample mileage, and RGG introduces enough new mechanics to keep things fresh. Crucially, it's still great fun.
A shorter game, but one that still has an impressive amount of content crammed into it, most of which falls under the Akame Network and its substories. Again: fun.
Not the best achievement list – there are far too many tasks centred upon collecting stuff or grinding out milestones, and not nearly enough creativity.