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Yakuza 6: The Song of Life ‘Stories of the Dragon’ Live-Action Trailers

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life ‘Stories of the Dragon’ Live-Action Trailers

SEGA of America released today, a series of short live action films for Yakuza 6: The Song of Life on the SEGA America YouTube channel. These short films, produced in collaboration with Liquid Advertising and director Christopher Ewing, were all shot on location in Tokyo, Japan. They focus on exploring the legend of the Dragon of Dojima from the perspectives of three individuals who had their lives changed and their own dragons awakened due to Kiryu’s timely intervention, and his uncompromising moral strength.

Check out the Live-action tralers of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, featuring live-action cinematic videos:

“Each installment in the series is inspired by a Substory that occurs in the Yakuza series, including “The Bouncer” and “Prodigal Son” from Yakuza Kiwami, and “Another Haruka” from Yakuza 5. Characters are revisited several years after their fateful first meeting with Kiryu, and we see how their lives have changed since then. Whether you’re a longtime fan of the series, or just being introduced Kiryu’s legends for the first time, you’ll have a newfound respect for the Dragon of Dojima after experiencing these stories.

Experience the finale of Kiryu’s saga firsthand when Yakuza 6: The Song of Life launches in the West on April 17!

About Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

The Dragon of Dojima will find out exactly how much people are willing to sacrifice for family – be those ties through blood or bond – when Yakuza 6: The Song of Life releases in the West.

The game is coming to consoles only on PlayStation 4, and thanks to the new “Dragon Engine,” is the most advanced Yakuza title to date.

From the unparalleled realism of the new setting of Onomichi, a beautiful, sleepy port town in Hiroshima Prefecture, to the latest evolution of Kamurocho, the biggest red light district in Tokyo, Yakuza 6 is the ultimate iteration of the series’ blend of gritty crime story, hyper-explosive combat, and all the vices and distractions those locales have to offer.




A snowy night in 2012…
More than a million fans watching a concert
were shocked by an idol’s sudden confession:”Kazuma Kiryu is my family.”In that moment, an idol became human again.
For Haruka Sawamura, the dream had changed.Meanwhile, Kazuma Kiryu, the Dragon of Dojima,
has just put a decisive end to the yakuza’s war of five cities.The snow fell gently as Kiryu and Haruka reunited.
It should have been the beginning of simpler times…


Before Kiryu can return to Morning Glory Orphanage to live with Haruka and the other children, he returns to prison to serve out a three-year sentence for his role in the conflict.To Kiryu, three years is a light sentence, a necessary step to cleanse the stains of his past. But in those short three years, the threads of his life begin to unravel.Haruka’s retirement from the public eye was not without consequences. The public passed a harsh sentence on the girl with ties to the yakuza.The tabloid slanders became a deafening roar. And it wasn’t long before the other children of Morning Glory began to feel the effects.Haruka, alone for the first time, suddenly realized just how naive she’d been.



Released from his sentence, Kiryu returns to Morning Glory, where the children inform him of the hardships Haruka has faced.But Haruka has disappeared into the wind. Fearing the negative effects she was having on the children, Haruka crept off into the night without so much as a word.He should have been there for her. He should have protected her. Kiryu had returned to Okinawa filled with hope, but only found despair in his failures.”

For more information on Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, visit its official website.

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