Yakuza’s Turn-Based Battle System is Here to Stay – IGN Daily Fix

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  • IGN published this video item, entitled “Yakuza’s Turn-Based Battle System is Here to Stay – IGN Daily Fix” – below is their description.

    On Today’s IGN The Fix: Games, the Yakuza Series will transition will make a permanent move towards turn-based combat. Following the success of Yakuza: Like a Dragon, the franchise will continue its transition away from the real-time action of entries past. For fans looking for more of that brawler style gameplay, Sega and Ryu ga Gotoku Studios have officially announced Lost Judgment. This sequel to their action-mystery 2018 title will continue the legacy of frantic, fast-paced combat now being left behind within the Yakuza Series. And finally, (no pun intended) Final Fantasy 7 Intergrade will be a PS5 timed exclusive.

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