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Sega re-confirms : Like a Dragon day one release for Series X and S

Following today’s official launch news.

Now Microsoft has formally announced X and S’ 10th November arrival, publishers are finally free to put s to the games coming to Microsoft’s next-gen consoles; and now , which had previously committed to releasing : Like a as a X launch title, has taken the opportunity to confirm that means a 10th November release.

As for the One, PS4, and PC versions of : Like a , which slapped with a 13th November release last month, the publisher hasn’t indicated their previously announced launches have changed despite today’s news (although I’m seeking further clarification), meaning they could still arrive a little after X and S.

: Like a should make an excellent edition to X and S’ launch day line-up, having already garnered plenty of praise on its original Japanese release at the start of the year. While the ’ familiar blend of crime drama and comedic extracurricular activities remains intact for this latest instalment, there are big changes to the formula, going far beyond its new protagonist Ichiban Kasuga and its new Kamurocho setting.

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Most dramatically, Like a trades previous entries’ meaty beat-’em up action for a turn-based combat system similar to that of an RPG. And if you’re wondering how that impacts the experience, Eurogamer contributor Malindy Hetfield was pleasantly surprised when she explored the Japanese release earlier this year.

With launch s now presented for : Like a on X and S, PlayStation 4, One, and PC, there’s only news of the PS5 version to go, and says it will have “more release information on all platforms in the coming weeks”.

Source:RSSMix.com Mix ID 11845774

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