All work and no play makes a crime boss a dull boy. At least, that’s what Sega is showing you in the latest trailer for Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, in which they’ve decided to highlight some of the minigames you’ll be able to tackle in the game. As you can see in the trailer below, you get a full array of games that you can challenge yourself in that involve primary and secondary characters as a way to let loose while also doing what needs to be done during your “day job”.
Among the choices for you to relieve your stress is a dart game where you’ll take on an opponent in a traditional game of darts, a dancing rhythm game where you’ll need to hit the right buttons in order to dance properly at the club, and an interactive gym where you will be able to improve certain aspects of your character by working out in your own private space. There’s also an area called Club Sega, which is essentially a bar arcade within the game featuring Sega classic titles and even a few created on the fly to represent games of the same genre without taking any titles they didn’t have the rights to.
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