The latest game from the Ryu ga Gotoku studio, which created literally all parts of the Yakuza series, has been released for PC and Sony and Microsoft consoles, including through Xbox Game Pass. Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name is not available in Steam for the Russian region, but localized and has Russian subtitles and interface.
Unlike other fresh new products, the continuation of the Yakuza series performed well on OpenCritic — 79 points and 80% recommendations from critics. The same applies to gaming publications, which gave an average score of 8 out of 10. PC Gamer noted that the game felt too short, but still managed to impress with its captivating and heart-wrenching story. A IGN in their review they focused on the exciting combat system and, in their opinion, the boring setting.
Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name took place immediately after the events of the sixth part of Yakuza. It tells the story of Kazuma Kiryu, who faked his death to protect his family and hid in a remote corner of the world. Now his rest is coming to an end – a mysterious antagonist is trying to reintroduce him into the game.