Yakuza Games Ranked From Best To Worst

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    If you’re a fan of the Yakuza game series, you know that it offers a rich and diverse gaming experience. From intense action sequences to engaging storytelling, these games have captured the hearts of so many people. But with so many titles in the series, which ones stand out as the best, and which ones fall short? Here are the Yakuza Games Ranked From Best To Worst, giving you a clear picture of which ones are worth your time. We base all the scores on the Metacritic numbers and use the latest version of the games, for instance, we use Kiwami instead of the original.

    1 – Yakuza 0 (85 – PS4)

    Yakuza Games Ranked From Best To Worst - Yakuza 0

    Yakuza 0 is often considered the pinnacle of the series. It introduces players to the origins of beloved characters Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima. With its engaging narrative, vibrant open-world, and a ton of side activities, Yakuza 0 is a must-play for both newcomers and long-time fans.

    2 – Yakuza Kiwami 2 (85 – PS4)

    This remake of Yakuza 2 enhances the original in every way. With improved graphics, updated combat mechanics, and additional content, Yakuza Kiwami 2 offers a fantastic Yakuza experience.

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    3 – Yakuza: Like a Dragon (84 – PS4)

    Despite its fresh turn-based combat system, Yakuza: Like a Dragon didn’t resonate with everyone. Some fans missed the classic beat ’em up style of the series.

    4 – Yakuza 5 (83 – PS3)

    This entry is known for its expansive storyline and multiple playable characters. It offers a diverse range of gameplay experiences, making it a standout title.

    5 – Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (83 – PS4)

    Yakuza 6 brings Kazuma Kiryu’s story to a heartfelt conclusion. It combines the series’ trademark action with a gripping tale and an updated game engine, making it a worthy entry in the franchise.

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    6 – Yakuza Kiwami (80 – PS4)

    Yakuza Kiwami is a faithful remake of the first game. It reintroduces players to Kiryu’s journey with modern graphics and gameplay enhancements.

    7 – Yakuza 3 (79 – PS3)

    While Yakuza 3 may not shine as brightly as its successors, it’s an essential part of the series’ story. It provides insights into Kiryu’s life outside of the criminal world.

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    8 – Yakuza 4 (78 – PS3)

    Yakuza 4 introduces new characters to the mix, each with their own unique storylines. It adds variety to the series and is worth playing for its narrative depth.

    If you enjoyed these rankings, why don’t you check out our ranked page? Here you can see all the games we have ranked. Please let us know what series you would wanna see us rank in the comments or on Twitter/Discord!


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