With new Yakuza games–or Like a Dragon, as the series will use that title going forward–on the way, now is an excellent time to check out Sega’s long-running series. If you want a mix of crime, drama, and brutal action set in the heart of the Japanese underworld, you can save big on the various entries in this series over at Fanatical. If you’re looking to check out the saga of Kazuma Kiryu and you have several hundred hours to spare, these are gripping games that expertly balance storytelling with action.

Even better, spending $10 or more on a single order will earn you a free mystery game from Fanatical, so you might want to go for multiple purchases instead of one big basket of Yakuza games to maximize your bonuses. If you’re looking to just dip your toes into the franchise, you can’t go wrong with Yakuza 0. A prequel to the mainline series and widely regarded as one of the best in the franchise, Yakuza 0 charts the early days of Kiryu and also spends an equal amount of time following his rival Majima as the two get swept into a conspiracy revolving around a mysterious plot of land, murder, and feuding gangs.

  • Yakuza 0 — $6.40 ($20)
  • Yakuza Kiwami — $6.40 ($20)
  • Yakuza Kiwami 2 — $6.40 ($20)
  • Yakuza 3 Remastered — $6.40 ($20)
  • Yakuza 4 Remastered — $7 ($23)
  • Yakuza 5 Remastered — $7 ($22)
  • Yakuza 6: The Song of Life — $7 ($22)
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon Day Ichi Edition — $10.80 ($60)
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon Legendary Hero Edition — $16.20 ($90)
  • Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name — $43.50 ($50)
  • Like a Dragon: infinite Wealth — $60.90 ($70)
  • Judgment — $22 ($40)
  • Lost Judgment — $33 ($60)

The two Yakuza Kiwami games are also fun titles to pick up, as these two are remakes of the first two Yakuza games. Boasting more-modern visuals and a few other updates, these are lengthy adventures with plenty of action to engage in. Yakuza 3,4, and 5 are remasters of the older games, and while they do show their age in their gameplay, they still hit that sweet spot for thrilling narratives and action. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life was originally meant to wrap up the story of Kiryu, and it certainly did, for a while.

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