I already told you that Yakuza Kiwami was good and that you should buy it and play it, because when something is good and £15 you should grab it and never look back. But my review couldn’t go into the finer details of why my adventures with Kiryu were so happy. Partly because I hadn’t yet completed it (I have now) and partly because reviews demand a lot of roundabout chat about the punching buttons. Well, no such need now. Here’s some small moments I adored from this wonderful thug ‘em up.
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