Yakuza: Like a Dragon details Daigo Dojima, Masaru Watase, and ‘Legendary Yakuza’ Delivery Help characters

The Tojo Clan and Omi Alliance honchos.

Sega has released new information and screenshots for Yakuza: Like a Dragon introducing Daigo Dojima, Masaru Watase, and “Legendary Yakuza” Delivery Help characters.

Get the details below.

■ Characters

The Tojo Clan of the East, and the Omi Alliance of the West—the following is an introduction to Daigo Dojima and Masaru Watase, who have respectfully supported the two major yakuza organizations.

Daigo Dojima (voiced by Satoshi Tokushige)

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The former sixth chairman of the Tojo Clan. A man who has been supporting the Tojo Clan for a long time.

He went missing following the destruction of the Tojo Clan via the “Kamurocho 3K Operation” by the metropolitan police.

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Masaru Watase (voiced by Rintarou Nishi)

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The eighth wakagashira of the Omi Alliance and the head of the Alliance’s subsidiary family, the Watase Family. He is the Omi Alliance’s number two, but is currently serving time in prison.

He appoints Masumi Arakawa as the substitute wakagashira in his absence.

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■ Legendary Yakuza Members Appear as Delivery Help Summons

The “Legendary Yakuza,” characters who have appeared in previous entries in the Yakuza series, will also be availble as “Delivery Help” characters that can be summoned as powerful support in battle by spending money. Each of these characters requires a hefty sum of money to summon.

Kazuma Kiryu – Skill Name: “True Yinglong Kiwami”

Kiryu, the legendary Dragon of Dojima, appears with his usual overwhelming aura and unleashes a strong blow at the enemy clad in a blue, fiery dragon.

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Taiga Saejima – Skill Name: “Fierce Tiger Whirlwind”

Saeijma swings a manhole cover with superhuman strength to cause a tornado. The wind swallows up the surrounding signboards and vehicles, transforming into a storm of iron clusters that strikes the enemy.

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Goro Majima – Skill Name: “Purple Lightning Demon Fire Blade”

Majima fires off countless daggers while running down the surface of a building that shines in the moonlight. Flashes of lightning are called upon the daggers that pierce the earth like lightning rods, burning enemies to dust.

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Daigo Dojima – Skill Name: “Eulogy of the Yakuza”

Daigo Dojima leads the Tojo Clan as its sixth chairman. Under Daigo’s command, the violent yakuza of the Tojo Clan gather and shower the enemy in a downpour of gunfire.

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Masaru Watase – Skill Name: “Asura Hundred Fissure Palms”

Watase batters the enemy with strong fists. The heat causes countless mirages of his arms, creating the appearance of Asura.

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon is due out for PlayStation 4 on January 16, 2020 in Japan, and in 2020 in the Americas and Europe. A demo is available now. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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