Yakuza Kiwami 2 free download
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Kazuma Kiryu, the Dragon of Dojima, must face the ambitious Ryuji Goda, the Dragon of Kansai, in an all-out war between two rival yakuza clans. An extreme recreation of one of Yakuza’s most beloved entries, now in stunning 4K and unlocked framerates. There can be only one dragon.
release date: 9 May, 2019
About This Game
Kazuma Kiryu thought his Tojo Clan days were behind him. He and the young girl in his care, Haruka Sawamura, have built a peaceful life from the ashes of conflict. All it took was a single gunshot to shatter that peace. Yukio Terada, the Fifth Chairman of the Tojo Clan, has been assassinated. With war on the horizon, the legendary Dragon of Dojima is pulled back into the world he wanted to leave behind.
Kiryu must travel to Sotenbori, Osaka in an attempt to broker peace between the rival clans, but Ryuji Goda, known as the Dragon of Kansai, will stop at nothing to get his war. In this world, there can only be one dragon.
Rebuilt from the ground up, Yakuza Kiwami 2 uses the Dragon Engine to update one of the series stand-out titles into a modern classic. The PC version includes all the enthusiast features you’ve come to expect: 4K resolution, unlocked framerates, customizable controls, and robust graphics options.
Play fan favorite minigames including updated versions of the Cabaret Club simulator and Clan Creator, or check out all new additions like an arcade port of Virtual On, golf bingo, and Toylets.
Also new to Kiwami 2 is the 'Majima Saga' which features Goro Majima in his own playable adventure revealing events that occur prior to the game.
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7 (64-Bit Required)
Processor: Intel Core i5-3470, 3.2 GHz / AMD Ryzen 3 1200, 3.1 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 660, 2 GB / Radeon HD 7870, 2 GB
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 42 GB available space
Additional Notes: Pre-set Graphics Setting: Low, Target FPS: 30FPS (1080p at 75% render scale)
recommanded system requirement: OS: Windows 10 (64-Bit Required)
Processor: Intel Core i7-6700, 3.4 GHz / AMD Ryzen 7 1700, 3.7 GHz
Memory: 16 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 1070, 8 GB / Radeon RX Vega 56, 8GB
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 42 GB available space
Additional Notes: Pre-set Graphics Setting: High, Target FPS: 60FPS @1080p
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Yakuza Kiwami 2 user review
Hell of a game.
You know after playing yakuza 0 and kiwami 1 I was so excited to see what kiryu next chapter would have in store. This game immediately spends no time throwing you back into the world you tried so hard to avoid. A new dragon is in town and a romance is sparking. Without spoiling anything you get everything what is amazing in a yakuza game and more in kiwami 2. This game is a blast from start to finish. The side missions and the world still amazes me how with every new kiwami games its that much better and just more alive than the previous. This game is so amazing. And I have nothing bad to say about this game. It’s my favorite in the franchise. And recommend it to anyone
This is a great game, definitely up there with Yakuza 0 in quality, but now on the new Dragon Engine which drastically opens up what you can do in this game, but at the same time, comes with quite a few negatives, but most are positive in my opinion.
Yakuza Kiwami 2 > Yakuza 0 > Yakuza Kiwami
They somehow managed to bundle in a brawling, fighting style game with the main gravure photoshoot game! Sega you've done it again
Awesome graphics, great minigames (as always) and a very interesting story (maybe not as good as 0, but still great).
If you enjoyed Yakuza 0 and Kiwami, then this is a must buy. Having been remastered using the Dragon engine, Yakuza Kiwami 2 looks absolutely stunning, and being able to seamlessly enter interiors and combat encounters without loading screens makes exploring Kamurocho and Sotenbori feel even more fun and immersive than the previous games. The story is as you'd expect from a Yakuza game, full of mysterious circumstances and interesting characters. Speaking of interesting characters, Goro Majima makes a return as a playable character in his own short story, chapters of which you unlock as you progress through the main story. He's pretty fun to play as, and his knife combat is a blast for the brief time that you get to play as him. I'd advise that you play his chapters as you unlock them, as they tie in with the main Kiryu storyline.
It ran kinda sloppy for me when it first came out but after some patches it runs really nice and being able to turn off the constant depth of field effect made the city nice and sharp. The combat is as fun as always. At first it seemed like there wasn't many heat moves to use but you unlock a ton of them over time and with multiple quick slots for weapons it makes the combat fun. Kiwami 2 is also way more content complete than Kiwami 1, there's a ton of stuff to do in this one, it's right up there with 0 in that regard. Some of the latter chapters felt pretty short but overall the story was very enjoyable. For the price you'll get tons of gameplay and good graphics, well maybe except for the hair, it just seems kind of low res compared to everything else but that's nitpicking really. I hope Sega releases more of these games for PC very soon.
The second best Yakuza game i have played, only slightly beaten by yakuza 0. excellent mix of semi serious cop and mafia drama and crazy side stories. New engine looks great and removes load times between areas that existed in previous games in the series.
New engine new fun and this time you spam light attack more and have a reason to stuff your face like a fat ♥♥♥♥. another mastapeece. Also you get to beat the hell out of 2 tigers. So yeah. Good game. It makes me FEEL like Kiryu-chan
New engine was definitely a good choice.
The final part of the trilogy started in Yakuza 0 and what a perfect ending it is. The upgraded engine feels so much more dynamic and fun to play with that it makes the time just fly by. Kiwami 1 had a problem it felt like with being unique, as the engine was so focused on 0 that it felt barebones when you took away the 80's themeing and activities. Here we add back in all the weird activities that are basically games within themselves (sometimes actually are games like in the arcade), so you get the feeling of exploring again. Combat breaks away from the three styles concept while still feeling incredibly deep if you really dig in and try to master it. The hostess club side game returns also, which is still an amazing little story to play with. They do add the Majima Construction game mode also, which is like a strategy game placed in the Yakuza universe, with the typical large amount of fan service that goes with that. I loved this mode and dug really deep into it. I will say that I think this game could work as an entry point, but it's probably not going to resound in the same way if you don't have the connection of the prior games. If you have played the prior games though, its spectacular.
improvements on every aspect!
Amazing story, fun combat, a little bit repetitive, side missions are fun, mini games.
please please please port the rest of the series on PC, I want more!
Story is far Stronger then kiwami, and the dragon engine aids in creating a far more immersive expierience
The Yakuza series is amazing, and if you are sleeping on it its time to wake up. Yakuza Kiwami 2 is seriously the best entry on steam yet, and i loved every minute of it. I really hope people are playing these games, because i really dont want to wait very long for the remasters of 3 4 and 5 to come to steam. Good guy sega keeps bringing the heat and i hope to see more amazing games to come to PC. if only atlus would do the same.