Yakuza Spin-offs Ranked From Best To Worst

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    The Yakuza series is renowned for its gripping mainline titles, but it has also spawned several spin-off games that offer unique experiences in the same universe (or alternate ones). Let’s see the Yakuza Spin-offs Ranked From Best To Worst.

    Lost Judgment (82 – PS5)

    Yakuza Spin-offs Ranked From Best To Worst - Lost Judgment

    Lost Judgment takes the top spot among Yakuza spin-offs. This game follows the adventures of Takayuki Yagami, a private detective who finds himself entangled in a complex mystery. With its engaging narrative, diverse gameplay mechanics, and the familiar streets of Kamurocho, Lost Judgment offers a compelling experience that stands shoulder to shoulder with the mainline Yakuza titles.

    Like a Dragon: Ishin! – (81 – PS5)

    Like a Dragon: Ishin! transports players to Japan’s late Edo period, where they assume the role of Ryoma Sakamoto, a historical figure turned Yakuza. This spin-off combines the Yakuza series’ signature brawling with historical elements and RPG mechanics. While it may not be as well-known as some other spin-offs, its unique setting and gameplay make it a standout title.

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    Judgment (80 – PS4)

    Judgment introduces players to the life of private detective Takayuki Yagami, who investigates a series of gruesome murders. With its engaging storyline and gameplay that includes investigation, combat, and exploration, Judgment offers a fresh perspective within the Yakuza universe.

    Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise (72 – PS4)

    In Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, the Yakuza team takes on the iconic Fist of the North Star manga and anime series. Players step into the shoes of Kenshiro, a martial artist with devastating powers. This spin-off retains the brawling action of the Yakuza series while delivering a unique post-apocalyptic narrative.

    Yakuza: Dead Souls (64 – PS3)

    While Yakuza: Dead Souls takes a departure from the series’ traditional gameplay, it still offers a dose of Yakuza charm. This spin-off plunges players into a zombie-infested Kamurocho, where they must fend off hordes of undead. Although it may not be the strongest entry in the Yakuza franchise, it provides a different take on the beloved characters.

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