Yakuza 6: Song of Life demo is reserving quite a good amount of surprises upon its release. At first, SEGA made it clear that due to unfortunate (or too fortunate, for someone) circumstances the demonstrative version allowed to download the entire game, and for this reason had to be removed from PlayStation Store.
Now, we learn more details about the gameplay as well, thanks to the short quantity of hours people had a chance to pour into the upcoming title. Specifically, more details about minigames have popped up on the Internet.
Among these, in Yakuza 6 you can find a version of Virtua Fighter V which features the arcade ladder and local multiplayer from the original fighting game, and the entirety of Puyo Puyo, the much-celebrated puzzle game.
While we’ve been used to such minigames to be included in a huge variety and complexity in previous entries of the series, it looks like SEGA is pushing the boundaries even further for this current-gen release, taking advantage of the power of PlayStation 4 at its maximum extent.
Yakuza 6 releases on April 17. Three years after the events of Yakuza 5, Kazuma Kiryu, the Dragon of Dojima, returns in Yakuza 6: The Song of Life with the dream of living a quiet life. Upon his arrival, he discovers Haruka has been involved in an accident and has slipped into a coma, leaving her young son, Haruto, without care. To protect this child, Kiryu takes Haruto to the last place Haruka was spotted, Onomichi, Hiroshima. There, a new and merciless world of Yakuza awaits the unlikely pair.