Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is the final chapter of Kazuma Kiryu's story, a deeply personal tale of family and fatherhood. He's a quiet ex-yakuza who reminds people not to kinkshame and helps manage cat cafes. Which is why it's so strange to watch him stab and shoot dudes in random fights.
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Yakuza protagonist Kiryu Kazuma has travelled all around Japan throughout the series. From Tokyo to Osaka to Okinawa, the series has featured gorgeous cities full of lights and bustle. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life sends Kiryu on a new quest that brings him to the quiet Hiroshima town of Onimichi. It's a wonderful place that reminds me of everything I'd like to have if I didn't live in New York City.
Last year, Yakuza 0 brought gaming's best crime thriller and cabaret management series to a new group of fans. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life wants to be accessible to veterans and newbies alike. We took a closer look at the game alongside senior localisation producer Sam Mullen to get a sense of what's next for professional soft-boy Kazuma Kiryu. Also, karaoke!