Despite sharing a setting and game engine, the subseries has been fairly disconnected from the larger franchise, but finally has a proper crossover, which is good news for fans of both series. The games, previously known as in its Western releases, starred Kazuma Kiryu for the first seven mainline entries, which were beat-em-up style action RPGs. introduced the new hero Ichiban Kasuga and switched to a turn-based JRPG format., a detective genre spinoff, used the original combat style and followed Takayuki Yagami.
Many felt the 's sequel improved on the original, and a few might even think ’s Yagami is the best hero featured in any of developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studios’ games. The upcoming JRPG will see the two mainline stars, Kiryu and Ichiban, in a proper team-up, but fans have been hoping for a similar meeting with Yagami and the heroes. Unfortunately, fans will have to keep waiting for Kiryu or Ichiban to fight alongside Yagami, but includes the next best thing in the Akame Network side mission called .
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The Akame Network offers the bulk of the game’s side stories in, as Kiryu, acting under the alias of Joryu, aids Sotenbori’s jack-of-all-trades and protector of the homeless in defending her hometown. Since the main story actually requires Kiryu to raise the Akame Network to level 10 to advance the story (which was arguably simply to pad the game’s short length), players would be wise to choose from Akame’s special missions, called Akame Network Requests. These net far more points than the random favors Kiryu can do for the townsfolk in the Network’s name, and some offer major cash rewards as well.
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