Yakuza has always been good at conjuring contagious earworms that loop in your head for hours after you've been playing, and Like a Dragon is no different in that regard. Nice tunes, and exemplary voice acting, whether you choose the original Japanese audio or the new English voice over. You can't really go wrong either way.
Ijincho feels as similarly lived-in and authentic as Kamurocho, despite being less familiar, while character models remain lavishly detailed and characterful as ever. Like a Dragon simply looks fantastic.
Ditching real-time combat for turn-based battling was a risk, but it pays off in a big way, delivering ample depth and complexity. And it's all easily digestible, clearly presented, and above all, fun.
A slew of mini-games offer hours of entertainment outside of a sizeable, compelling story, while a veritable bevy of easter eggs will delight hardened Yakuza aficionados. There's nothing not to like here.
There's a lot you might be familiar from previous Yakuza titles in the list of tasks, but there are plenty of new objectives and milestones to pursue, too. In all, this is a good achievement list worth delving into.