Yakuza: Like a Dragon has quite a few returning characters as special fights or Delivery Help summons, and today, Daigo Dojima and Masaru Watase were also confirmed as Delivery Help summons. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]
Check out the info below:
Daigo Dojima (CV: Satoshi Tokushige)
The former sixth chairman of the Tojo Clan. The man who deftly managed the Tojo Clan for a long time. After the Tojo Clan was destroyed thanks to the Police Department’s Operation Kamurocho 3K, he has gone missing.
Masaru Watase (CV: Rintarou Nishi)
The patriarch of the Watase Family, and the eighth captain of the Omi Alliance. He’s the number 2 of the Omi Alliance, but is currently serving penal service. While he’s away, Masumi Arakawa has been named the acting captain.
Delivery Help Summons (Returning Characters)
Each of the returning characters have powerful Delivery Help attacks that will also cost a lot of money out of Kasuga’s pocket.
Kiryu – True Dragon King Essence
Kiryu, the Legendary Dragon, strikes with a blow wrapped in blue dragon flames and a terrifying aura.
Saejima – Fierce Tiger Tornado Wave
Saejima uses his fierce unbridled strength to lift a manhole, and spin it around to cause a tornado. The tornado picks up nearby cars and signs, turning it into a tornado of steel that deals damage to the enemy.
Majima – Purple Lightning Demon Flame Blade
Lit by the moonlight, Majima throws dozens of knives while sliding down a building wall. The knives stuck to the floor act as lightningrods that cause thunder to fall on enemies.
Daigo – Yakuza’s Elegy
As the sixth chairman of the Tojo Clan, Daigo’s commands unite former fierce fighters of the Tojo Clan to shower enemies with bullets.
Watase – Ashura’s Thousand-Palm Strike
Watase attacks continuously with iron fists, which creates illusions of multiple limbs from the heat the action produces.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon releases for PlayStation 4 in Japan on January 16, 2020. The game releases in North America and Europe in 2020 with a possible English dub. Check our previous report to see dungeon exploration, and the Sotenbori Battle Arena. The series’ soundtracks have also recently been added to Spotify.