Some new cheat trainers have popped up for the Steam release of Sega’s highly popular Yakuza Kiwami. The game is available right now on the Steam store for only $19.99, and it’s a PC-ready edition of the remake that first appeared on the PlayStation 4. For gamers in need of a little help to skip through the money-grinding aspects of the game, there are some cheats for that.
You can download both a free and premium version of a cheat trainer from over on MegaDev.info right now.
The trainer contains the following options:
- 5,000 Yen
- +100,000 Yen
- +1 CP
- Set yen to zero
- Refill Health
- Infinite Heat
- Set CP to zero
The cheats cover all the basics for being able to boost up your finances, keep yourself from getting killed, and staying infinitely enraged, like feminists working at propaganda-riddled gaming media outlets for nu-males.
There’s a second cheat trainer available for free that you can download right now from over on the Mr. Antifun website.
The trainer features the following options:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Heat Gauge
- Infinite Money
- Infinite CP
- Infinite Weapon Durability
- Infinite Ammo
- Fast Kill
As for Yakuza Kiwami, the game is a remake of the original 2005 version of Yakuza. It features completely revamped graphics and a more cinematic retelling of the original story involving Kazuma Kiryu.
The story centers around Yakuza enforcer Kiryu, who ends up taking the fall for a crime in order to protect someone close to him, and spends 10 years behind bars. Kiryu gets out of prison only to find himself embroiled in a shadow war for control over the Yakuza clans, while personal grievances and ill-intentions fuel the drama and action that unfold around the Dragon of Dojima.
The game itself is a mixture of slice-of-life role-playing as you go around Tokyo and experience a lot of what the night life has to offer, while also combining it with some traditional 3D beat-’em-up action. The game’s unbridled look at Japanese culture is part of what helped the series become so popular in the West.
The Steam release is really rare insofar that ahead of the release of Yakuza Kiwami Sega actually removed the Denuvo DRM, which is almost unheard of.
As mentioned, the game is currently available for purchase on PC for just $19.99.