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Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth Gets Huge Discount For PS5 And Xbox

Get a copy of the recently released RPG for only $40 on PS5 and Xbox Series X.


Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth is the latest game in the beloved franchise. Taking place across both Japan and Hawaii, it's another excellent entry--offering the usual dose of fast-paced combat, off-beat side quests, and poignant storylines. It hasn't seen many discounts since arriving in January, but right now you can pick up the hit game for just $40 (down from $70) at Amazon and Best Buy. Target sold out of this same deal already, so you may not want to wait too long to pick up a copy.

This matches the lowest price we've ever seen for Infinite Wealth, making this a great time to check out the adventure. If you're hoping to play on PC, you'll find Infinite Wealth for $61 at Fanatical.

Our Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth review gave the game an 8/10, praising it for its impressive RPG systems and cast of lovable characters.

"Infinite Wealth becomes a game about individual moments--moments of bittersweet reflection, moments of heartfelt camaraderie, and moments of hype that uplift legendary characters even higher," wrote critic Michael Higham. "These are moments that remind you the Yakuza franchise is much bigger than any one game. Even when Infinite Wealth's overarching plotline comes up short in crucial ways, those moments still make it worth playing."

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth isn't the only recently released RPG that's on sale for an awesome price. You can also snag the even newer Persona 3 Reload for $40 at Amazon and Best Buy.

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