Sega America has published three new videos dedicated to the protagonist of the upcoming Yakuza 6: The Song of Life – Kazuma Kiryu. There are many stories about the man and the lives he has affected. These three individuals are sharing how their lives have changed after meeting Kiryu.
Stories of the Dragon – Chapter 1: The Bouncer
The first video is dedicated to a nightclub owner who has never asked anyone for help before that night. She was about to lose everything when she ran into Kazuma Kiryu.
Stories of the Dragon – Chapter 2: Another Haruka
The second video is dedicated to a girl named Haruka, same as Kiryu’s adopted daughter. Check out how Kazuma helped her gain the courage to express herself and even fix the relationship with her stepfather.
Stories of the Dragon – Chapter 3: Prodigal Son
The third video is about a homeless man who witnessed Kiryu’s power firsthand when his friend got into troubles.
Yakuza 6 comes out April 16.
More about the game:
Yakuza 6 is an action-adventure game set in an open world environment and played from a third-person perspective. It is similar to that of other Yakuza titles with exploration mixed with arcade style over the top combat. Kazuma Kiryu returns as the main and only playable character and the game features locations of Kamurocho and Hiroshima.
While recovering from his injuries from the previous game, a hospitalized Kazuma Kiryu is approached by the police, who plan to arrest him for his past crimes. Kiryu chooses not to resist the arrest and willingly spends three years in prison in order to live peacefully with the children he had fostered. Upon being released, Kiryu discovers that Haruka has seemingly gone missing. Kiryu returns to Kamurocho to search for Haruka, only to find out that she has been left in a coma after a hit and run incident, and that she has a newborn son, Haruto. Unsure whether Haruka will recover from her injuries, Kiryu travels with the baby to Onomichi Jingaicho in Hiroshima to uncover the mystery of what happened to Haruka during his three-year absence.