The latest and possibly the last entry to Sega's iconic Yakuza series called Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is finally hitting the western market next month. The Japanese version of the game launched last year has been positively received by both players and critics selling more than 200K copies on its first week alone with a near-perfect score of 39/40 from Famitsu. Today, let's take a quick overview of what critics are saying about the upcoming game.
"Yakuza 6 isn't just one of the best entries in the series to date, it's also one of the most fulfilling experiences you'll find in 2018." - Hardcore Gamer 4.5/5
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is currently has a generally favorable Metascore of 83/100 composed 60 positive and 7 mixed responses from 67 critics. The upcoming game is getting accolades for its visual, mini-games, battle system, etc. Not to mention the solid plot presentation which was highly appreciated by those who experienced the game.
"Yakuza 6: The Song of Life tells a truly gripping tale – a story that blows most games out of the water." Push Square 9/10
To sum up everything, Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is a great example of a sequel/finale done right. Sega has created one of the most memorable finales for one of gaming's most iconic character which will provide an extraordinary experience to both new and existing fan of the series. Stay tuned for more gaming news and updates.