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12.02.2024 - 23:55 / pushsquare.com
It's been over a week since the release of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, and it's safe to say that RGG Studio's latest RPG has been a hit. Its unique brand of madness (and massive marketing campaign) has allowed the game to reach people who wouldn't normally be interested in the series — and so we're very interested in hearing what everyone thinks of Ichiban's big adventure.
«Like a Dragon fans will turn up in their droves for a new Yakuza story regardless of overall quality, but never has one been as utterly essential as Infinite Wealth,» is what we wrote in our Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth PS5 review, awarding the game an 'excellent' 9/10. «No ifs, no buts: you absolutely have to play this,» we concluded.
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But don't let our take sway you — we want to know what you think of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth. So get voting in our poll, and then argue your case in the comments section below.
Please note voting will score the game in your games collection
Robert's been a dedicated PlayStation fan since the days of Tekken 2, and he still loves a good dust up. When he's not practising combos, he's usually getting lost in the latest 100-hour RPG, or, y'know, replaying The Witcher 3.
I absolutely love everything about this game but I gave it a 9. My only gripe is it’s TOO big. As stupid as that sounds running into more and more sh*t in this game is giving me anxiety lol.
Kudos to RGG and sega as always what a crazy complaint to have with something of this quality.
@Colour yEaH bUt tHeReS nO NeW gAme PlUs
Great game but man they really ***** up with ng+
Absolutely loving the game. My only two complaints is Yong as Kiryu is as bad as we all thought (but Kanji Tang as Ichiban makes up for it and why I keep on English). Also the impatient dialogue is absolutely absurd. All my party constantly telling me to hurry up, even when it's not my turn. But right now it's definitely a lock to be one of my favorite games this year (and Dondoko Island is my favorite Animal Crossing game ever as well)
I'm about halfway through the story and it's between 9.5-10. It is maybe a little too big but there are some great QoL features which really improve upon the last game which ended up at 10/10.
Yeah, of course someone has put Abysmal already. Wouldn’t be a Push Square poll without some haters!
I'd give it 10/10 for Chitose alone, however it's a 8/9 out of 10 so far.
I am really hot on this one for sure. Yakuza Like A Dragon felt like a first crack at a turn-based RPG for this team but Infinite Wealth definitely feels like what Assassins Creed 2 was to Assassins Creed 1.
I can't get enough of this game right now! The characters, the story, the combat, the job system, the writing, the UI, etc.
What could Apple have done with the humble automobile?
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