SEGA and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio have released Like a Dragon: Ishin! across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. The publisher also released a new launch trailer to celebrate the long-awaited release of Like a Dragon: Ishin!.
Like a Dragon: Ishin! players may also download the Elite Generals Trooper Card Bundle for free featuring Kenny Omega, Rahul Kohli, Vampy Bitme, Cohh Carnage, Alex Moukala, and Nyatasha Nyanners. These special trooper cards give Ryoma powerful abilities to unleash in battle once the Trooper Gauge is full.
Here’s an overview of Like a Dragon: Ishin! via Steam:
Dawn the clothes and weaponry of the elite to become the samurai of legend, Sakamoto Ryoma.
1860s Kyo is plagued by widespread inequality, and one samurai will change the course of history in his search for justice. Take up the sword of Sakamoto Ryoma and venture to Kyoto to find your father’s killer, clear yourself of a framed murder, and restore your honor. In doing so, you will bring an end to the samurai era and forever change the future of Japan. Draw your blade, load your revolver, and join the revolution in this heated historical adventure that only the creators of Yakuza: Like a Dragon could produce.
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