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Thread: Yakuza: Like A Dragon's homeless representation (Article)

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    I wrote an article about Yakuza 7 spotlighting the forgotten members of society, the homeless, being a gaming breakthrough. It's pretty rare we get to see the unspoken side of society depicted faithfully, without filter or 1-dimensional stereotypes. Was wondering about your thoughts?

    Yakuza: Like A Dragonís homeless story is a societal breakthrough

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    I liked it. I just finished Like a Dragon, and it doesn't disappoint. The direction in the series has always been very "real," which is why it resonates with so many people I think.

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