Nov 22, 2016 08:31 AM EST
‘Yakuza 6’ Reveals New 25 Minute Gameplay Video; Retro Gaming Arcades, Clan Creator Revealed [VIDEO]
SEGA has revealed a new 25 minute gameplay video that showcases some new features in "Yakuza 6." The game company also revealed the retro gaming arcades and the clan creator of the upcoming video game.
"Yakuza 6" gets new gameplay video
SEGA has recently launched a new gameplay video, which can be viewed down below. The video showcased the coastal city of Onomichi, Jingaicho, which is in the Hiroshima Prefecture. Kazuma Kiryu came here to finish a quest where he has to dress up as the local mascot.
"Yakuza 6" baseball mini game
According to the official website of "Yakuza 6," Kiryu coincidentally becomes the captain of an amateur baseball team called the Setouchi Warriors. This is a mini game where he has to lead the team members, who are currently weak and lacks motivation.
The gameplay of the mini game happens automatically, but there are times that the players will have to manually do the actions. If a team member bats well, he will get a temporary increase in ability. They can also decide to bunt, and there is no penalty for it.
In the town, there are other athletes with baseball experience, but usually keep it a secret. To recruit these people, Kiryu will have to be friendly with them by completing different side-quests. Training the players will also help them grow and become strong contenders.
"Yakuza 6" clan creator
According to another post on the official website of "Yakuza 6," players will be able to make their own clan. They can recruit different members that can engage other clans in large scale battles. They can also customize the members to their own liking with different clothes and accessories. Their hideouts also have their own games to play to improve relationships.
"Yakuza 6" retro gaming
Players can visit different arcades to play different arcade games in it. Some feature classic video games like "Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown" and "Puyo Puyo."
Check out the "Yakuza 6" gameplay video below:
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