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Save $25 on Yakuza: Like a Dragon and be ready to play on PS5 or Xbox Series X

Yakuza: Like a Dragon
(Image credit: Sega)

Yakuza: Like a Dragon hasn't even been out for a full month yet, but now an after Cyber Monday sale is dropping copies of its day-one edition to just over half their regular price. Amazon is cutting $25 off the price on both PlayStation and Xbox in the US - whichever console family you buy it on, the same disc is guaranteed to work on both last and next-gen hardware in the same family.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a brand new entry in the series that launched the same day as the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. It sees a new hero take the reins - Ichiban Kasuga - who's aided by a colourful array of fresh faces. That's helped in part by its switch to a party-based RPG combat system from its usual action-based gameplay. In our review, we noted how the game "impressively pulls off the switch to an RPG in style, providing an excellent combat system supported by loveable characters, and a tantalising main storyline with meaningful side quests".  

Yakuza: Like a Dragon | $59.99

Yakuza: Like a Dragon | $59.99 $34.99 at Amazon
This version doesn't come with the special Steelbook case, but it does get you the extra in-game goodies for buying early.


Yakuza: Like a Dragon| £44.99 £34.99 at Amazon UK
Already at its lowest price yet, this is the Day Ichi Steelbook edition too, so a lovely physical edition to show to the grandkids one day. 

Even if you want to wait to play Yakuza: Like a Dragon on PS5, you'd still do well to pick up this deal while it lasts: Sega has confirmed that the game will get a free upgrade on PS5 when it arrives in March. Just make sure that you pick up a console with a disc drive when you go to buy a PS5, otherwise having the PS4 disc won't do you much good.

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