Yakuza 5 Remastered
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Yakuza 5 only trails behind Yakuza 0 in terms of quality. It is a game with a fantastic story, solid technical performance, fun fighting mechanics and a ridiculous amount of content.
Whether it's Kiryu's horribly addictive taxi driving quests or Saejima's reflective survival-based hunting expeditions, you can lose hour after hour after hour to Yakuza 5, but it always feels like there's a new obsession just waiting around the next corner.
Between the minigames, side quests, substories, idol simulator, and main story, Yakuza 5 offers a truly stunning value for your money.
The final chapter on the Yakuza Remastered Collection is a quality one, and definitely one that should not be missed by Yakuza fans. The bigger, bolder and weirder Yakuza game yet.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Yakuza 5 Remastered is another great upgrade on an already beloved game.
Yakuza 5's combat is fine-tuned and much more satisfying although it still isn't the greatest of the series.
Yakuza 5 Remastered may look somewhat dated, but the story and gameplay make it one of the best in the Yakuza series.
Yakuza 5 was a solid game on its own, and of the three titles in the Yakuza Remastered Collection it was arguably the title with the least amount of changes needed. But Yakuza 5 Remastered does a great job of using localization to modify an already great story and set of substories to tell an even more effective story than before.
What a way to finish a great package. Yakuza 5 was and still is an epic story with some crazy and fun gameplay systems that no one in their right mind should miss.
Review in Persian | Read full review