The Japanese voice actors do another remarkably stellar job, while the score is sublime. Great stuff.
Wonderfully detailed characters and vibrant locations make for a lovely feast for the eyes, making up for a slightly treacly frame-rate.
Seven games in, the combat can feel a tad repetitious, but it’s so much fun, it’s hard to care about that. Yakuza 6 is consistently enjoyable from start to finish.
The usual slew of mini-games, an epic narrative that provides a fitting end for Kiryu, and loads of ass-kicking to be done across 40-50 hours. Marvellous.
A great list with a spread across pretty much everything that Yakuza 6 has to offer. You couldn’t really ask for much more.