Yakuza 5 was a strange game that felt like it didn’t know what it was trying to be. Hopping between characters that all played differently wasn’t anything new. Yakuza 4 did that. But it went even more towards all the characters playing differently. For example, Kiryu is a taxi driver in Nagasugai. As a taxi driver, he ends up finding himself racing against other drivers with this track playing in the background.