Save on the Yakuza games from Fanatical

Sounds like a dragon of a deal

If you haven't yet set foot on the streets of Kamurocho, then now's the time as you can save a lot on the Yakuza games on PC.

I for one am gutted that I had to cancel my trip to Japan this year, while the Tokyo Olympics also got postponed. But if you ever wanted a virtual tour through one of the most special (and seedy) parts of Tokyo, then the Yakuza games are a great place to start. Over on Fanatical, you can pick up the Yakuza bundle, which includes Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami and Yakuza Kiwami 2, for just £20.99.

If you're not sure about going for them all at once, you can also buy them separately, and Yakuza 0 is an absolute steal for just £3.44. It's also arguably the best of the bunch - after all, there's a disco-dancing mini game and you can recruit a chicken to help you build your real estate empire.

The deals also apply to the newest instalment Yakuza: Like A Dragon, releasing on 13th November, which introduces brand new protagonist Ichiban Kasuga to the series, as well a new location in Yokohama, and a drastic change from real-time brawling to a turn-based JRPG party battle system. A 17% discount applies to the following editions:

The Day Ichi Edition will already net you the Legends Costume Set, letting you dress your characters up as fan favourites like Kazuma Kiryu and Daigo Dojima, but the Hero Edition will include a selection of the game's DLC such as additional jobs while the Legendary Hero Edition unlocks all DLC, as well as other in-game bonus content like a stat boost set.

If you're after something else besides Yakuza, Sega actually have a whole host of other games on sale at Fanatical as well, so here's some other great savings that caught our eye:

The sale for all the above ends on 16th August.


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Alan is a freelance writer and critic with an unabashed love of Japanese games and RPGs, despite having less time for them. He will also find any excuse to get all blue skies about Sega.

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