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- Enter the “Dragon Engine” - Explore the world of Yakuza like never before with detailed visuals, lifelike animations, a new physics engine, interactive storefronts, seamless transitions, and more
- Revamped minigames like karaoke, batting cages, darts, hostesses, and the SEGA arcade have been streamlined for maximum pleasure
- New additions like the RIZAP Gym, Cat Cafe, and Clan Creator are the perfect distractions after a long night of bashing heads
- Get away from the hustle and bustle of city life to play tourist in beautiful Onomichi - home to plenty of local activities like bar mingling, spearfishing, and more
- After Hours Premium Edition includes: Game, hardcover art book, two bar glasses, two ice stones, and two coasters in a collectible outer box
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Yakuza 6: The Song of Life
In Yakuza 6, Kazuma Kiryu will find out exactly how much people are willing to sacrifice for family - be those ties through blood or bond - when he investigates a series of shadowy events that involve the ones he holds closest to his heart. Fresh out of a three-year prison sentence, an older and weathered Kiryu comes to find out that his surrogate daughter, Haruka, has gone missing from the orphanage he looks after. The trail leads him to his old stomping grounds in Kamurocho, where he discovers that she has been struck by a car and now lies in a coma. To make matters worse, Kiryu learns that Haruka now has a son that he must look after. With baby in hand, Kiryu journeys to the seaside town of Onomichi, Hiroshima to unravel the truth about Haruka, her son, and a sinister secret that the Hiroshima yakuza are harboring.
From the unparalleled realism of the new setting of Onomichi, a beautiful, sleepy port town in Hiroshima Prefecture, to the latest evolution of Kamurocho, the biggest red-light district in Tokyo, Yakuza 6 is the ultimate iteration the game's blend of gritty crime story, hyper-explosive combat, and all the vices and distractions those locales have to offer.
Enter the 'Dragon Engine'
Explore the world of Yakuza like never before. Yakuza 6 is the first current-gen Yakuza title that was developed from the ground up for the PS4, introducing the seedy Japanese underworld with detailed visuals, lifelike animations, a new physics engine, interactive storefronts, seamless transitions and more.
Explore Kamurocho Reborn and the Scenic Views of Onomichi
The hypnotic lights, opportunistic inhabitants, and hedonistic distractions of Kamurocho look better than ever. Revamped minigames like karaoke, batting cages, darts, hostesses, and the SEGA arcade have been streamlined for maximum pleasure, and new additions like the RIZAP Gym, Cat Café, and Clan Creator are the purrfect distractions after a long night of bashing heads! But it’s also time to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life to play tourist in beautiful Onomichi. This tranquil coastal community is home to plenty of local activities like bar mingling, spearfishing (think action-packed rail shooter with fish), and more!
Let the Bodies Hit the Floor
Yakuza 6 Kiryu is a 100% certified thugfed OG, so that means he’s a battle-hardened veteran when it comes to the art of street fighting. Although he utilizes one fighting style this time around, you best believe Kiryu hits like a truck. Devastating combos and bone-breaking Heat Actions make a return, but now the Dragon of Dojima can fill up a meter to engage Extreme Heat Mode. When activated, Kiryu glows blue and unleashes heavy-damage combos with his fists or any 'tool' that’s close at hand.
Fully Voiced Japanese Audio
For the first time in series history, every line and piece of dialogue is fully voiced in Japanese. Let the dramatic story and absurd humor of the series unfold like an interactive foreign film experience.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life - After Hours Premium Edition
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is the final odyssey for long time protagonist Kazuma Kiryu, so it’s only right that we send him off with our first-ever Yakuza premium edition. The “After Hours Premium Edition” contains all the right tools to loosen up after a long day of living up to the nickname 'The Dragon of Dojima'. The intense human drama and magnetic world will be on display in a stunning hardcover art book. Designed with Kiryu’s ferocious dragon tattoo, two bar glasses (280ml) are the perfect receptacles for your beverage of choice. Cool down your drinks with a pair of heat action branded ice stones. Protect table surfaces with style by placing your glasses on top of two official Tojo Clan branded coasters. All of these essential tools will be housed within a collectible outer box.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is the final odyssey for long time protagonist Kazuma Kiryu, so it's only right that we send him off with our first-ever Yakuza premium edition. The “After Hours Premium Edition” contains all the right tools to loosen up after a long day of living up to the nickname “The Dragon of Dojima.” The intense human drama and magnetic world will be on display in a stunning hardcover art book. Designed with Kiryu's ferocious dragon tattoo, two bar glasses (280ml) are the perfect receptacles for your beverage of choice. Cool down your drinks with a pair of heat action branded ice stones. Protect table surfaces with style by placing your glasses on top of two official Tojo Clan branded coasters. All of these essential tools will be housed within a collectible outer box.
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However, I needed to mention how worth your money this edition is, especially if you compare it to other collectors edition, which, for the most part, give you junk and are upwards of $100 or more. This one cost me $76 and I can say, without a doubt, that it gives you the most bang for your buck. There are some practical items in this box, and I just want to go over them. Of course, not everyone will like the items in the box. Your preference will vary.
First, the packaging. It's a sight in itself. The box has a dragon design all over it and, if you get nothing else from this edition, that box is worth keeping on your shelf just for that design. It opens in a elegant way, displaying the contents inside.
I'll start with the coasters. They're solid, though made out of hard cardboard, it seems like. But they're nice size and I feel like they'll be able to take a beating and last.
Next, we have the ice stones, which come in a little black bag. These are amazing quality and have a good weight to them. I've never used ice stones in my life but they will look good to display even if you don't use them in drinks.
Next, the art book. Its not the biggest but it does have nice art in it. Definitely worth looking at.
And finally, we come to what I believe is the best part: the glasses. Now, I was not expecting these glasses to be, one, this big and, two, this detailed and finally, constructed with actual glass. I was thinking they were going to be plastic. No, my friends, these made from actual glass and have a dragon design etched on them. They have a solid weight to them and can be used to drink anything, not just alcohol. I was just absurdly surprised by the quality.
All in all, if you coming everything, this is the most "bang for your buck" collectors edition out there. And it also includes the game, which is $60 in on itself. So you get the extras for $20, which is so, so worth it!
Yakuza 6 is a spectacular finish to Kazumas story and still wish he would be in the following Yakuza 7 when that happens.
Plenty of mini games to kill lots of time in this game
Explore Explore Explore every nook and cranny
Use weapons on the street and heat mode your fist into someones face repeatedly
The collector edition is something I will cherish a long time as we never received any special treatment on prior releases..Bought 2
Deserves more then 5 stars
All in all I thought the story was great, how ever I dock 1 star because this really isn't a good finale to Kiryu's story. Like straight up, some of the series best characters are sidelined from the get go and our story unfolds with a cast of brand new (albeit entertaining) characters. The antagonists aren't particularly memorable and the finale kind of just, fizzles out. I really hope they rethink this as being the definite end to Kazuma Kiryu story and give it one more shot so he can go out with a bang.