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* OneNightStandPregnancy: [[spoiler: It's revealed that Haruka had a one night stand with Yuta, and because he didn't use protection, that's all it took for her to become pregnant with Haruto]].


** Sony: Kiryu, Date, and Han Joon Gi use Xperia XZ smartphones, while Haruka uses the Xperia X Compact.

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** Sony: [[https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/305339478526918658/415445390226227201/Xperias_Everywhere.png?width=772&height=677 Kiryu, Date, and Han Joon Gi use Xperia XZ smartphones, while Haruka uses the Xperia X Compact.]]



* RealPlaceBackground: Breaking tradition for the series, Onomichi is not actually fictional or even fictionalised - it is a real, albeit much larger in real life, place which has been almost perfectly translated into the Yakuza universe.

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* RealPlaceBackground: Breaking tradition for the series, Onomichi is not actually fictional or even fictionalised - it is a real, albeit much larger in real life, place which has been almost perfectly translated into the Yakuza universe. [[https://yakuzafan.com/onomichi-real-life-vs-game-comparison-photos/ You can see comparison photos between the game and the real Onomichi here.]]


* RealPlaceBackground: Breaking tradition for the series, Onomichi is not actually fictional or even fictionalised - it is a real, albeit much larger in real life, place which has been almost perfectly translated into the Yakuza universe. [[https://yakuzafan.com/onomichi-real-life-vs-game-comparison-photos/ You can see comparison photos between the game and the real Onomichi here.]]

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* RealPlaceBackground: Breaking tradition for the series, Onomichi is not actually fictional or even fictionalised - it is a real, albeit much larger in real life, place which has been almost perfectly translated into the Yakuza universe. [[https://yakuzafan.com/onomichi-real-life-vs-game-comparison-photos/ You can see comparison photos between the game and the real Onomichi here.]]


** Sony: [[https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/305339478526918658/415445390226227201/Xperias_Everywhere.png?width=772&height=677 Kiryu, Date, and Han Joon Gi use Xperia XZ smartphones, while Haruka uses the Xperia X Compact.]]

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** Sony: [[https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/305339478526918658/415445390226227201/Xperias_Everywhere.png?width=772&height=677 Sony: Kiryu, Date, and Han Joon Gi use Xperia XZ smartphones, while Haruka uses the Xperia X Compact.]]

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* BookEnds: In the climax, Kiryu [[spoiler: takes a bullet to protect Haruto, his nonbiological grandson]], just like how in Yakuza 1, [[spoiler: Kazama lay on top of a grenade to protect Haruka, his nonbiological granddaughter.]]

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** The final showdown against [[spoiler:Tsuneo Iwami]] eventually becomes a callback to the finale of ''VideoGame/Yakuza0''; [[spoiler:like Shibusawa, newcomer Tsuneo believes his empire can be built on the blood of innocents and looks to kill Kiryu as the crowning moment of taking charge of his clan. Kiryu for his part is still unmoving in his belief of some form of nobility and honour in being a Yakuza, only he's now more than willing to kill Tsuneo for what he's done to his family]]. The positioning of the two characters prior to the fight is also similar and there's even a familiar music cue when they both reveal their back tattoos.


-> "''If it means protecting them, then I'd gladly give my life.''"
-->-- '''Kiryu Kazuma'''

''Yakuza 6: The Song of Life'', known in Japan as ''Ryu ga Gotoku 6: Poetry of Life'', is the seventh main series entry in the ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series following the prequel ''VideoGame/Yakuza0'', and is the final installment to feature [[TheHero Kiryu Kazuma]] in the lead role. It was released in Japan as a UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 4}} exclusive in December 2016, and released in the West in April 2018.

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-> "''If ->"''If it means protecting them, then I'd gladly give my life.''"
-->-- '''Kiryu Kazuma'''

'''Kazuma Kiryu'''

''Yakuza 6: The Song of Life'', known in Japan as ''Ryu ga Gotoku 6: Poetry of Life'', is the seventh main series entry in the ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series following the prequel ''VideoGame/Yakuza0'', and is the final installment to feature [[TheHero Kiryu Kazuma]] Kazuma Kiryu]] in the lead role. It was released in Japan as a UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 4}} exclusive in December 2016, and released in the West in April 2018.



Billed as the "final chapter of Kiryu Kazuma", ''Yakuza 6'' features a brand new engine, built from the ground up to take full advantage of the Playstation 4. In addition to Kiryu's stomping grounds of Kamurocho, players will now travel to the Hiroshima town of Jingaicho, a completely new setting that differs greatly from the massive urban playgrounds of previous games. Battles now begin and end seamlessly, store interiors can become battlegrounds, and characters react more realistically when attacking and being attacked. Players can also switch to a first-person camera view when travelling through the cities, allowing them to take in the environment in a brand new way, as well as take advantage of various nooks and crannies in the city to discover new locations. In addition, the slew of minigames and diversions for which the ''Yakuza'' series is so famous has been expanded upon, with returning classics such as hostess clubs, gambling parlors, batting cages, and video arcades (now including ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter 5: Final Showdown'' and ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'') joined by new, oddball activities such as cat cafes, chatting with camgirls, managing a baseball team, and deep-sea diving.

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Billed as the "final chapter of Kiryu Kazuma", Kazuma Kiryu", ''Yakuza 6'' features a brand new engine, built from the ground up to take full advantage of the Playstation 4. In addition to Kiryu's stomping grounds of Kamurocho, players will now travel to the Hiroshima town of Jingaicho, a completely new setting that differs greatly from the massive urban playgrounds of previous games. Battles now begin and end seamlessly, store interiors can become battlegrounds, and characters react more realistically when attacking and being attacked. Players can also switch to a first-person camera view when travelling through the cities, allowing them to take in the environment in a brand new way, as well as take advantage of various nooks and crannies in the city to discover new locations. In addition, the slew of minigames and diversions for which the ''Yakuza'' series is so famous has been expanded upon, with returning classics such as hostess clubs, gambling parlors, batting cages, and video arcades (now including ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter 5: Final Showdown'' and ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'') joined by new, oddball activities such as cat cafes, chatting with camgirls, managing a baseball team, and deep-sea diving.



Although series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi has stated that this was the end of Kiryu Kazuma's story, the series would continue on. Following the game's release, numerous games were announced: ''Shin Ryu Ga Gotoku'', a continuation of the series featuring a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, who will also be featured in a separate mobile title. A spin-off, ''VideoGame/FistOfTheNorthStarLostParadise'', based on the popular [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar manga]], combines the characters and settings of that series with the gameplay and humor found in the ''Yakuza'' series, and features many of the same voice actors such as Creator/TakayaKuroda as the voice of Kenshiro. ''Yakuza Kiwami 2'', a remake of ''VideoGame/Yakuza2'' utilizing an improved Dragon Engine, which also introduces a mini-campaign that has Goro Majima playable once more, which explores his departure from the Tojo Clan. Re-releases of ''VideoGame/Yakuza3'', ''VideoGame/Yakuza4'', and ''VideoGame/Yakuza5'' bring the entire saga of the Dragon of Dojima to the Playstation 4. Finally, ''VideoGame/{{Judgment}}'' begins a new story in Kamurocho focusing on PrivateDetective Takayuki Yagami in a spin-off title that takes place in a post-Kiryu world.

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Although series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi has stated that this was the end of Kiryu Kazuma's Kiryu's story, the series would continue on. Following the game's release, numerous games were announced: ''Shin Ryu Ga Gotoku'', a continuation of the series featuring a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, who will also be featured in a separate mobile title. A spin-off, ''VideoGame/FistOfTheNorthStarLostParadise'', based on the popular [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar manga]], combines the characters and settings of that series with the gameplay and humor found in the ''Yakuza'' series, and features many of the same voice actors such as Creator/TakayaKuroda as the voice of Kenshiro. ''Yakuza Kiwami 2'', a remake of ''VideoGame/Yakuza2'' utilizing an improved Dragon Engine, which also introduces a mini-campaign that has Goro Majima playable once more, which explores his departure from the Tojo Clan. Re-releases of ''VideoGame/Yakuza3'', ''VideoGame/Yakuza4'', and ''VideoGame/Yakuza5'' bring the entire saga of the Dragon of Dojima to the Playstation 4. Finally, ''VideoGame/{{Judgment}}'' begins a new story in Kamurocho focusing on PrivateDetective Takayuki Yagami in a spin-off title that takes place in a post-Kiryu world.



* GrandFinale: While the franchise will continue, ''6 '' is the final game to feature Kiryu Kazuma and brings to a close the StoryArc that began all the way back in ''Videogame/Yakuza1''.

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* GrandFinale: While the franchise will continue, ''6 '' is the final game to feature Kiryu Kazuma Kiryu and brings to a close the StoryArc that began all the way back in ''Videogame/Yakuza1''.



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-->'''Player:''' --->'''Player:''' Kanamizawa, I love you!


[[caption-width-right:350:The final chapter in the story of Kazuma Kiryu]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The final chapter in the story of Kazuma Kiryu]]
Kiryu Kazuma]]



-->-- '''Kazuma Kiryu'''

''Yakuza 6: The Song of Life'', known in Japan as ''Ryu ga Gotoku 6: Poetry of Life'', is the seventh main series entry in the ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series following the prequel ''VideoGame/Yakuza0'', and is the final installment to feature [[TheHero Kazuma Kiryu]] in the lead role. It was released in Japan as a UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 4}} exclusive in December 2016, and released in the West in April 2018.

Taking place four years after the events of ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza 5}}'', Kazuma Kiryu has spent the last three years in prison in order to clean his slate and his conscience. When he is released, however, he learns that his adopted daughter, Haruka Sawamura, has disappeared without a trace. Just before he was sent to prison, she had announced not only her retirement from her career as an IdolSinger, but also that her father was none other than the infamous Dragon of Dojima. The public backlash against her was so severe that she left in order to spare her family at the Morning Glory Orphanage any grief on her behalf. He tracks her down to Tokyo, only to find that she had been involved in a hit-and-run collision that has left her comatose.

Kazuma learns that Haruka was protecting a baby during the attempted hit, and learns the child's identity: Haruto Sawamura, Haruka's son. With the identity and whereabouts of the infant child's father unknown, Kazuma takes Haruto under his care. He then learns that before her accident, Haruka had traveled to Jingaicho, Onomichi, a coastal town in eastern Hiroshima and home of the Yomei Alliance, a crime syndicate so powerful that the Tojo Clan and Omi Alliance could not even touch them. Kazuma now finds himself walking into unknown territory, into a city that no one from the Tojo Clan has set foot in.

To what lengths is Kazuma Kiryu willing to go to help his family? Why is the Yomei Alliance after Haruka's son? And what fate awaits the Dragon of Dojima?

Billed as the "final chapter of Kazuma Kiryu", ''Yakuza 6'' features a brand new engine, built from the ground up to take full advantage of the Playstation 4. In addition to Kazuma's stomping grounds of Kamurocho, players will now travel to the Hiroshima town of Jingaicho, a completely new setting that differs greatly from the massive urban playgrounds of previous games. Battles now begin and end seamlessly, store interiors can become battlegrounds, and characters react more realistically when attacking and being attacked. Players can also switch to a first-person camera view when travelling through the cities, allowing them to take in the environment in a brand new way, as well as take advantage of various nooks and crannies in the city to discover new locations. In addition, the slew of minigames and diversions for which the ''Yakuza'' series is so famous has been expanded upon, with returning classics such as hostess clubs, gambling parlors, batting cages, and video arcades (now including ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter 5: Final Showdown'' and ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'') joined by new, oddball activities such as cat cafes, chatting with camgirls, managing a baseball team, and deep-sea diving.

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-->-- '''Kazuma Kiryu'''

'''Kiryu Kazuma'''

''Yakuza 6: The Song of Life'', known in Japan as ''Ryu ga Gotoku 6: Poetry of Life'', is the seventh main series entry in the ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series following the prequel ''VideoGame/Yakuza0'', and is the final installment to feature [[TheHero Kazuma Kiryu]] Kiryu Kazuma]] in the lead role. It was released in Japan as a UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 4}} exclusive in December 2016, and released in the West in April 2018.

Taking place four years after the events of ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza 5}}'', Kazuma Kiryu has spent the last three years in prison in order to clean his slate and his conscience. When he is released, however, he learns that his adopted daughter, Haruka Sawamura, has disappeared without a trace. Just before he was sent to prison, she had announced not only her retirement from her career as an IdolSinger, but also that her father was none other than the infamous Dragon of Dojima. The public backlash against her was so severe that she left in order to spare her family at the Morning Glory Orphanage any grief on her behalf. He tracks her down to Tokyo, only to find that she had been involved in a hit-and-run collision that has left her comatose.

Kazuma Kiryu learns that Haruka was protecting a baby during the attempted hit, and learns the child's identity: Haruto Sawamura, Haruka's son. With the identity and whereabouts of the infant child's father unknown, Kazuma Kiryu takes Haruto under his care. He then learns that before her accident, Haruka had traveled to Jingaicho, Onomichi, a coastal town in eastern Hiroshima and home of the Yomei Alliance, a crime syndicate so powerful that the Tojo Clan and Omi Alliance could not even touch them. Kazuma Kiryu now finds himself walking into unknown territory, into a city that no one from the Tojo Clan has set foot in.

To what lengths is Kazuma Kiryu willing to go to help his family? Why is the Yomei Alliance after Haruka's son? And what fate awaits the Dragon of Dojima?

Billed as the "final chapter of Kazuma Kiryu", Kiryu Kazuma", ''Yakuza 6'' features a brand new engine, built from the ground up to take full advantage of the Playstation 4. In addition to Kazuma's Kiryu's stomping grounds of Kamurocho, players will now travel to the Hiroshima town of Jingaicho, a completely new setting that differs greatly from the massive urban playgrounds of previous games. Battles now begin and end seamlessly, store interiors can become battlegrounds, and characters react more realistically when attacking and being attacked. Players can also switch to a first-person camera view when travelling through the cities, allowing them to take in the environment in a brand new way, as well as take advantage of various nooks and crannies in the city to discover new locations. In addition, the slew of minigames and diversions for which the ''Yakuza'' series is so famous has been expanded upon, with returning classics such as hostess clubs, gambling parlors, batting cages, and video arcades (now including ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter 5: Final Showdown'' and ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'') joined by new, oddball activities such as cat cafes, chatting with camgirls, managing a baseball team, and deep-sea diving.



Although series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi has stated that this was the end of Kazuma Kiryu's story, the series would continue on. Following the game's release, numerous games were announced: ''Shin Ryu Ga Gotoku'', a continuation of the series featuring a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, who will also be featured in a separate mobile title. A spin-off, ''VideoGame/FistOfTheNorthStarLostParadise'', based on the popular [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar manga]], combines the characters and settings of that series with the gameplay and humor found in the ''Yakuza'' series, and features many of the same voice actors such as Creator/TakayaKuroda as the voice of Kenshiro. ''Yakuza Kiwami 2'', a remake of ''VideoGame/Yakuza2'' utilizing an improved Dragon Engine, which also introduces a mini-campaign that has Goro Majima playable once more, which explores his departure from the Tojo Clan. Re-releases of ''VideoGame/Yakuza3'', ''VideoGame/Yakuza4'', and ''VideoGame/Yakuza5'' bring the entire saga of the Dragon of Dojima to the Playstation 4. Finally, ''VideoGame/{{Judgment}}'' begins a new story in Kamurocho focusing on PrivateDetective Takayuki Yagami in a spin-off title that takes place in a post-Kiryu world.

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Although series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi has stated that this was the end of Kazuma Kiryu's Kiryu Kazuma's story, the series would continue on. Following the game's release, numerous games were announced: ''Shin Ryu Ga Gotoku'', a continuation of the series featuring a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, who will also be featured in a separate mobile title. A spin-off, ''VideoGame/FistOfTheNorthStarLostParadise'', based on the popular [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar manga]], combines the characters and settings of that series with the gameplay and humor found in the ''Yakuza'' series, and features many of the same voice actors such as Creator/TakayaKuroda as the voice of Kenshiro. ''Yakuza Kiwami 2'', a remake of ''VideoGame/Yakuza2'' utilizing an improved Dragon Engine, which also introduces a mini-campaign that has Goro Majima playable once more, which explores his departure from the Tojo Clan. Re-releases of ''VideoGame/Yakuza3'', ''VideoGame/Yakuza4'', and ''VideoGame/Yakuza5'' bring the entire saga of the Dragon of Dojima to the Playstation 4. Finally, ''VideoGame/{{Judgment}}'' begins a new story in Kamurocho focusing on PrivateDetective Takayuki Yagami in a spin-off title that takes place in a post-Kiryu world.
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* GrandFinale: While the franchise will continue, ''6 '' is the final game to feature Kazuma Kiryu and brings to a close the StoryArc that began all the way back in ''Videogame/Yakuza1''.

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* GrandFinale: While the franchise will continue, ''6 '' is the final game to feature Kiryu Kazuma Kiryu and brings to a close the StoryArc that began all the way back in ''Videogame/Yakuza1''.



* PromotedToParent: Kazuma takes Haruka's son under his care after she becomes comatose, given he was PromotedToParent with Haruka herself a ways back, it's more like ''Promoted To Grandparent''. Kiryu can't help but feel old when Kiyomi asks if Haruto is his grandson.

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* PromotedToParent: Kazuma Kiryu takes Haruka's son under his care after she becomes comatose, given he was PromotedToParent with Haruka herself a ways back, it's more like ''Promoted To Grandparent''. Kiryu can't help but feel old when Kiyomi asks if Haruto is his grandson.



* SuperMode: Kazuma can now activate "Extreme Heat Mode", which [[BattleAura envelopes him in a blazing blue aura]] and lets him use even more Heat Moves.

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* SuperMode: Kazuma Kiryu can now activate "Extreme Heat Mode", which [[BattleAura envelopes him in a blazing blue aura]] and lets him use even more Heat Moves.



* TookALevelInBadass: Yasuo Todachi, who was introduced in ''Yakuza 4'' as the head of a dojo and had the honor of having the smallest life bar in the whole series. He challenges Kazuma to a fight after some serious Rizap body training, and when he's beaten at full strength, even Kiryu acknowledges he's grown much stronger.

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* TookALevelInBadass: Yasuo Todachi, who was introduced in ''Yakuza 4'' as the head of a dojo and had the honor of having the smallest life bar in the whole series. He challenges Kazuma Kiryu to a fight after some serious Rizap body training, and when he's beaten at full strength, even Kiryu acknowledges he's grown much stronger.


** The substory involving Pocket Circuit Fighter has his son peppering his sentences in English due to his mother believing that society is becoming more global and doesn't want him to end up running a tofu shop like his father. Sakito hates it, and he tells her at the end of the substory.

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** The substory involving Pocket Circuit Fighter has his son peppering his sentences in English due to his mother believing that society is becoming more global and doesn't want him to end up running a tofu shop like his father. Sakito hates it, and he tells her at the end of the substory. His name is in-fact just slightly off from Japanese pronunciation of the English word "Circuit" (Sakitto).


** Real life professional wrestlers Wrestling/KazuchikaOkada, Wrestling/HiroshiTanahashi, Wrestling/TetsuyaNaito, Toru Yano, Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan portray fictionalized versions of themselves as part of the JUSTIS gang.

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** Real life professional wrestlers Wrestling/KazuchikaOkada, Wrestling/HiroshiTanahashi, Wrestling/TetsuyaNaito, Toru Yano, Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan portray fictionalized versions of themselves as part of the JUSTIS gang. EVIL and KUSHIDA were added as bonuses to the international versions a year later.

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* DiedInYourArmsTonight: In the penultimate chapter, [[spoiler: Toru Hirose]] ends up dying in the arms of [[spoiler: Tsuyoshi Naguma, his subordinate]] after being fatally shot for [[YouHaveFailedMe his failure]].
** Subverted by [[spoiler: Kiryu himself]] in the final chapter. He appears to die from TakingTheBullet for the hostages, this time in [[spoiler: Yuta Usami]]'s arms. But it turns out he survived his wounds, [[spoiler: though he does go on to fake his death]].


** Creator/TakeshiKitano being in the game received a major portion of the promotional material, and his character in the game looks exactly like his real self, down to the wrinkles.

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** Creator/TakeshiKitano being in the game received a major portion of the promotional material, and his character in the game game, Toru Hirose, looks exactly like his real self, down to the wrinkles.wrinkles.
*** [[https://shop.r10s.jp/book/cabinet/3306/4974365823306.jpg The Japanese cover]] features him as prominently as Kiryu himself. It also shows Someya, Tsuneo, Nagumo, Yuta and Kiyomi, all of whom are portrayed by renowned Japanese actors as well.


Although series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi has stated that this was the end of Kazuma Kiryu's story, the series would continue on. Following the game's release, numerous games were announced: ''Shin Ryu Ga Gotoku'', a continuation of the series featuring a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, who will also be featured in a separate mobile title. A spin-off, ''VideoGame/FistOfTheNorthStarLostParadise'', based on the popular [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar manga]], combines the characters and settings of that series with the gameplay and humor found in the ''Yakuza'' series, and features many of the same voice actors such as Creator/TakayaKuroda as the voice of Kenshiro. ''Yakuza Kiwami 2'', a remake of ''VideoGame/Yakuza2'' utilizing an improved Dragon Engine, which also introduces a mini-campaign that has Goro Majima playable once more, which explores his departure from the Tojo Clan. Finally, re-releases of ''VideoGame/Yakuza3'', ''VideoGame/Yakuza4'', and ''VideoGame/Yakuza5'', bringing the entire saga of the Dragon of Dojima to the Playstation 4.

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Although series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi has stated that this was the end of Kazuma Kiryu's story, the series would continue on. Following the game's release, numerous games were announced: ''Shin Ryu Ga Gotoku'', a continuation of the series featuring a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, who will also be featured in a separate mobile title. A spin-off, ''VideoGame/FistOfTheNorthStarLostParadise'', based on the popular [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar manga]], combines the characters and settings of that series with the gameplay and humor found in the ''Yakuza'' series, and features many of the same voice actors such as Creator/TakayaKuroda as the voice of Kenshiro. ''Yakuza Kiwami 2'', a remake of ''VideoGame/Yakuza2'' utilizing an improved Dragon Engine, which also introduces a mini-campaign that has Goro Majima playable once more, which explores his departure from the Tojo Clan. Finally, re-releases Re-releases of ''VideoGame/Yakuza3'', ''VideoGame/Yakuza4'', and ''VideoGame/Yakuza5'', bringing ''VideoGame/Yakuza5'' bring the entire saga of the Dragon of Dojima to the Playstation 4.
4. Finally, ''VideoGame/{{Judgment}}'' begins a new story in Kamurocho focusing on PrivateDetective Takayuki Yagami in a spin-off title that takes place in a post-Kiryu world.


** One substory has Kiryu chasing down a runaway Roomba. When Kiryu learns of cleaning robots, he envisions something human-shaped and metallic, but the young man he is helping dismisses that his robot is anything like Film/RoboCop.

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** One substory has Kiryu chasing down a runaway Roomba. When Kiryu learns of cleaning robots, he envisions something human-shaped and metallic, but the young man he is helping dismisses that his robot is anything like Film/RoboCop.Franchise/RoboCop.


* ExperiencePoints: This game uses a new system of stat growth, where everything Kiryu does in and out of combat increases one of five stats:
** Strength: Increases stamina and facilitates the acquisition of new attacks
** Agility: Improves evasion and attack speed
** Guts: Increases stamina and bolsters defenses
** Technique: Used in learning new skills
** Charm: Used to obtain new Heat skills

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* ExperiencePoints: This game uses a new system of stat growth, where everything Kiryu does in and out of combat increases one of grants him five stats:
** Strength: Increases stamina and facilitates the acquisition
different types of new attacks
** Agility: Improves evasion and attack speed
** Guts: Increases stamina and bolsters defenses
** Technique: Used in learning new skills
** Charm: Used
experience (Strength, Agility, Spirit, Technique, Charm) that he can use to obtain new improve his stats (Health, Strength, Evasion, Defense, Heat skillsGauge) and learn new skills.

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