From Kiryu's singing to the soundtrack itself and the consistently excellent voice acting, Yakuza Kiwami 2 always sounds wonderful. Some music can occasionally grate a bit, however.
Yakuza Kiwami 2 continues the series' tradition of detailed, realistic character models, and makes both Kamurocho and Sotenbori feel even more immersive than they've ever been before. Virtual tourism at its finest.
Fighting is endlessly enjoyable and filled with inventive ways to beat your foes into submission. Kiwami 2 takes Yakuza 6's combat and fleshes it out further, making for an enjoyable and exciting brawler experience. Outside of fighting, the wealth of mini-games and sub stories give you plenty of fun stuff to do.
Polished to within an inch of its life, Yakuza Kiwami 2 is the most complete and substantial entry in the series yet. Beyond the main storyline, there's the Majima Saga, 2-player mini-games, brawling in the underground Coliseum and loads more besides. Simply brilliant.
Another fantastic list that covers almost every single one of Yakuza Kiwami 2's many bases. There's still an achievement for completing the game at Legend difficulty (like the other games), which can be tricky, but the rest are superb. You'll have a blast going for the full 1,000G.