Like A Dragon Infinite Treasure Has An Animal Crossing Game Mode

A Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth screenshot shows Ichiban playing the guitar.

Never mind the horrible mascots in the background.
Screenshots: Sega / Kotaku

During this day Xbox Partner Previewa showcase for Microsoft’s upcoming third-party games, we get a new look at Sega’s next Yakuza adventure. No, not Gaidenthe one: Like a Dragon: Infinite Treasures. Instead of showing the two protagonists Ichiban Kasuga and Kiryu Kazuma kicking all kinds of street punk ass across Hawaii, today’s trailer pumps the brakes and gives us a look at the new madcap this. Animal Crossing– inspired game mode.

Unlimited WealthThe new Happy Resort Donndoko Island mode will put you in charge of your own island resort. Like Nintendo’s comfortable 2020 life simulator Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you can fish off the coast, customize buildings and furniture on the island, and Ichiban will create special DIY projects. The similarities between Dondoko Island and AC: NH don’t end there. DonDonki Island will also allow you to make friends with many of the island’s shirtless tourists as you manage the influx of funds and island infrastructure such as. Animal CrossingTom Nook.

Here the trailer:


Dondoko Island may provide Ichiban and company with a much-needed reprieve from the melodrama of his crime-ridden life, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have to sock a couple of uninvited guests in road-it’s a Yakuza game after all. Along with making sure everyone has a good time on the island, you also need to protect it from intruders.

This is not the first time that the Yakuza The series has been turned into a Nintendo game like AC: NH in its own game mode. Indeed, Yakuza: Like a Dragon THERE Mario Kart-esque and Pokémon-inspired stints in the form of Dragon Kart Racing and Sujimon, respectively. Besides giving players a fun alternative to punching fools, these mini-games are also a great way to earn a bunch of money to buy health items and upgrades for challenging boss fights in the main campaign.

A Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth screenshot shows Ichiban showing off a chair he built.

Screenshots: Sega / Kotaku

But not everything is about money. Sometimes you just need to sit down, grab a guitar, and sing karaoke in front of a roaring fire. Get a vibe, if you will. I can already see myself not caring Unlimited WealthThe main desire to sink countless hours perfecting my island fortress. Talk like a long time Yakuza enjoyer, January can’t come soon enough.

Like a Dragon: Infinite Treasures will launch on January 26 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Windows.

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