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Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth

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Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth
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Release Date: January 26, 2024
Developer: Ryu ga Gotoku Studio
Publisher: SEGA
Series: Yakuza
Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
Genre: JRPG

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth (JP: 龍が如く8 Ryū Ga Gotoku 8 lit. "Like a Dragon 8"), also known as Yakuza 8 is a role-playing game developed by Ryu ga Gotoku Studio and published by SEGA. It was released on January 26, 2024 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. It is the ninth main game in the Yakuza / Like A Dragon franchise. This game follows Ichiban Kasuga on his quest to find his mother, Akane Kishida.


The following weapons appear in the video game Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth:


Makarov PM clone

The Makarov PM clone that has been used in the franchise for over 15 years returns in the game, used by countless NPCs. It can be seen in black and silver finishes.

Baikal-442 - It is a Canadian market import model of the Makarov. It features an long barrel, not seen on the military Makarov pistol.
A black Makarov, seen in Jo Sawashiro's flashback regarding the murder of Ryuhei Hoshino.
A silver Makarov, owned by the Hawaii Sujimon Contract Killer. The Makarov is quite a strange pick for a hitman based in the USA, considering that it isn't very common there, especially in Hawaii.
The Makarov in this game spreads like a virus. Haruka didn't have that. The 1911 is in the game! Why bother changing it?

Walther PPK

The Walther PPK returns as well, notably seen in the hands of Eric Tomizawa.

Walther PPK - 9x17 mm
Eric Tomizawa threatening Ichiban with his Walther PPK.
A close look at Seonhee pointing her PPK to Utamaru.
A Yakuza 6 flashback showing Takeru Kurusu with his PPK.

Smith & Wesson 3913

The Smith & Wesson 3913 from the Judgment games can be seen in the hands of several characters such as, the Honolulu police department, Palekana cultists and Jo Amon. The 3913 is probably standing in for the Smith & Wesson 5906, which was used by the Honolulu police department in real life before it was phased out and replaced by the Glock 17 in 2014.

Smith & Wesson 3913 - 9x19mm.
2 Honolulu police department officers hold their 3913s at Ichiban after Eric Tomizawa accuses him of attempted robbery in a spectacular display of broken English.
Roman pointing the 3913 towards Ichiban. Little does he know that it will be swapped for a silver Makarov, due to Ichiban's schizophrenia.
A chinese thug is threatening a local entrepreneur man with the gun, but...
...the sheer presence of Bryce Fairchild makes the gun explode! Also, the part of the model that is supposed to be the magazine detaches as well.
Young Palekana recruits shooting at heretics.

1911-type pistol

The Yakuza series' staple 1911 platform pistol since the first Dragon Engine game, Yakuza 6, once again appears in Infinite Wealth and be seen in the hands of enemies (and as mentioned earlier surprisingly does not appear in the Haruka flashback). The enemies fan their 1911, probably to show that they're more dangerous? Weird animation choice in my opinion.

Para Ordnance LDA 7.45 - .45 ACP.
Joongi Han still has his iconic two 1911 pistols.
Joongi helped Ichiban find his Yakuza Online self. Photo from Rosie MacLeod's video.
1911 pistols alongside Makarovs, grenades, knives and hybrid revolvers at the former Tojo Clan HQ.

Unidentified pistol

A SIG-Sauer-looking-like pistol can be seen at Yamai's hideout. It is similar to the P226/USP hybrid from Yakuza 3.

The poster.
The "Fake Pistol" from Yakuza 3, for comparison.


Nambu Model 60/Smith & Wesson Model 36

The Nambu Model 60 and Smith & Wesson Model 36 hybrid, another staple gun of the series is unsurprisingly present in this entry of the franchise.

Nambu Model 60 snub nose - .38 special
Smith & Wesson Model 36 with square butt - .38 special
This Air Gun resembles the hybrid, the only change is the grip.

From an "Air Gun", it can be upgraded to an "Oath of the Dawn", which does Fire damage and gains a black grip and a red finish.

The "Oath of the Dawn" in game.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 hybrids

Smith & Wesson Model 10/19 hybrid

The Smith & Wesson Model 10/19 hybrid from Yakuza 4 comes back, having not appeared in another Yakuza game until now.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 with 6" barrel - .357 magnum.

A modified version of it can be found at Bullet Hell, as the "Cherry Boy".

The "Cherry Boy" at the gun shop

From the "Cherry Boy", it can be upgraded to a "Cold-Blooded", which does Ice damage and gains a light blue finish.

The "Cold-Blooded" in game.

Smith & Wesson Model 10/Colt Detective Special hybrid

The other hybrid gun that returns is the hybrid of a Smith & Wesson Model 10 with the barrel and handgrips from a third-gen Colt Detective Special. It also features a handgrip adaptor. It returns from Judgment and Yakuza: Like a Dragon, which in turn, is an updated model all the way from Yakuza 4.

Colt Detective Special third-gen - .38 special.

Both of these revolvers can be seen hung at Revolve Bar:

The revolvers seen at Revolve Bar.

Remington 1875

This is probably the first ever appearance of this gun in any Yakuza game. It can be found at Bullet Hell, as the "Antique Revolver".

Remington 1875 - .45 Long Colt.
The "Antique Revolver" in the shop.

The "Desperado Revolver" looks the same but has a golden frame.

The "Desperado Revolver" in game.

The "Antique Revolver" can be upgraded to a "Lone Survivor", which can inflict Bleeding and sports a darker frame and grip.

The "Lone Survivor" in game.

Single Action Army

A heavily customized SAA appears to be available at Bullet Hell as the "Modern Revolver".

Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel aka "Artillery" model with wooden grips - .45 Long Colt (this is a Cimarron reproduction - and an actual movie gun) Note lack of 4th screw on revolver frame in front of cylinder. The Colts all have this.
The "Modern Revolver" at the store. By F2P FPS game logic, this gun looks modern because, ain't that paint job looking sexy?

The "Modern Revolver" can be upgraded to a "Hermetic Scorpion", which has a darker cylinder and can inflict Poison.

With a lasso and this revolver you can truly say "こっちへ来い!"

Colt 1861 Navy

The Colt 1861 Navy from Like a Dragon: Ishin! / Ryu ga Gotoku Ishin! returns, modified, as the "Wasteland Revolver", and can be purchased from shops.

Colt 1861 Navy - .36 caliber
The Colt 1851 Navy in the shop, with the name of "Wasteland Revolver".

The "Wasteland Revolver" can be upgraded to "Roaring Lightning", which deals Electric damage, can instantly KO and gains a yellow grip.

The "Roaring Lightning" in game.

Collier Flintlock Revolver

The Collier Flintlock Revolver appears in the game as the "Sandstorm Django".

Collier Flintlock Revolver - 38 bore bullet
It has a nice yellow finish.

Submachine Guns

MAC-10/MP9 hybrid

The infamous Kiwami Machine Gun, the MAC-10/Brügger & Thomet MP9 hybrid is a common prop in the Yakuza series. Can be seen in the gun store "Bullet Hell", or at Yamai's hideout, or at the Tojo Clan HQ.

Ingram MAC-10 - 9x19 mm
Brügger & Thomet MP9 - 9x19 mm. Note the stock, which folds round to the front, but for some reason is depicted as having been retracted into the weapon body in the game model
The Kiwami Machine Gun at the gun store.

Drum magazine SMG

A gun that resembles the Colt 1921A Thompson is used by a few characters, notably early boss Roman Reynolds, and as part of the arsenal of other enemy combatants with similar movesets. The in-game version is somewhat bulkier and more metallic-looking.

Colt M1921A Thompson with 50-round drum magazine. Resembles the weird SMG that Roman uses.
Roman with the weird gun. Note the stock being flush with the receiver, the lack of foregrip being replaced by a flat rest, modified trigger, and the added bulk to the dimensions of the weapon.

Uzi/MP7 hybrid

A new submachine gun hybrid, which appears to be based on the IMI Uzi with external elements similar to the MP7 is seen used by Palekana cultists and is dual wielded by the Overseer, Bryce Fairchild. They are also used by Sango Amon, mainly because he reuses Fairchild's moveset.

IMI Mini Uzi - 9x19mm
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with factory 20-round magazine and rifle sights flipped up - 4.6x30mm
A humorous side quest NPC letting loose with the SMG as Ichi looks on. America concentrated in one picture.
Palekana cultists killing their weaker kind for failing.
A close look at the hybrid SMG before it is picked up by the Overseer.
The Overseer, ready to kill.


Remington Model 870

The Remington Model 870 is seen in the hands of various Barracuda members and some Sujimon. It is also used by Kiryu's old friend Makoto Date in his Poundmate summon attack, Do or Dive, albeit with a scope for some reason, and uses it as a sniper rifle (!).

Remington 870 - 12 gauge
The shotgun in the hands of a Barracuda member.
This Barracuda member sports a more modern version of this shotgun. The wood furniture is replaced with polymer furniture and also has what look like Picatinny rails.
A low poly version of the gun at Bullet Hell.
Makoto Date with the Remington in his "Do or Dive" . He attempts to shoot the enemies with a scoped shotgun (at least he uses slugs), misses, the gun jams and misfires into the helicopter rotor, causing it to crash in a Total Date moment, into the enemies he was supposed to shoot in the first place. He and the pilot do survive thankfully. He'll never be like him!

Over and under coach gun

The over and under coach gun from Yakuza 5 is seen used by various "Sujimon" (enemies).

Otto Seelig O/U - 12 gauge.
Poach Roach with the Coach!

Futuristic shotgun

A double barrel shotgun that looks straight out of Binary Domain. Surprisingly, it's actually a new model. It is used by the Boomstick Banneret and certain Barracuda members.

You know this guy is trouble. He has a drum mag!


AK-type rifle

The AK-derived rifle from Binary Domain is another of the many firearms reused in the game. It can be seen in the hands of Barracuda members.

AK-105 5.45x39mm
Tomi is scared by one of the many Barracuda members with this rifle.

Remington 700

The Remington 700 returns from previous Yakuza games, which was a Remington M24A2 SWS with some alterations.

Real 1970's production Remington Model 700 bolt-action rifle - .308 Winchester.
The Extreme Sportsman and Poach Roach Sujimons with the rifle. The former's ingame description notes he's a hunter with little regard for actual hunting laws. He does not actually use this rifle in fights, he uses the over and under coach gun instead.

AR-10 similar looking rifle

The infamous AR-10-like rifle is once again, a prop in gun stores.

AR-10 transitional model - 7.62x51mm
The AR-like at Bullet Hell. Imagine if they didn't fix the carry handle, it would have been funny.

Howa Type 89

Kiryu sees a poster for a zombie movie, and there is a gun that looks similar to a Howa Type 89. The model is likely taken from Yakuza: Dead Souls.

Howa Type 89 in 5.56x45mm with integral bipod.
The zombie movie poster. The gun is barely noticeable. It might actually not be a Howa rifle.

Accuracy International AS50

When Kiryu sees the poster, he remembers a dream where Kamurocho was infested by zombies, and had to shoot a very large gun. That gun was the Accuracy International AS50.

Accuracy International AS50 - .50 BMG.
Kiryu's dream where he had to shoot zombies with his very large gun.


Incendiary Grenade

The grenade that originated from Binary Domain and seen in other Yakuza games also makes an appearance. As an item, it's called "Incendiary Grenade", which is misleading because it's a fragmentation grenade. There are modified versions available, with the best one having a gold finish.

Description of the "Incendiary" Grenade.
The "Ultra Incendiary Grenade", with an unique gold finish that has unwashed textures.
The grenade at Bullet Hell, more low-poly than usual.
Helicopter, catch this!

Model 7290 Flash Bang

This weapon originated from Yakuza: Dead Souls. It has modified variants, but like the other explosive throwable weapons, they do more damage, and the "Ultra" version is available in a gold finish.

Model 7290 flashbang grenade.
The Flashbang's description.

Grenade launchers

Milkor MGL Mk14

Not common for this series to feature grenade launchers. It is owned by the Barracuda.

Milkor AV-140 MSGL - 40x46mm
Danny Tre- I mean Dwight Mendez notices that his grunt has a nice grenade launcher.
"Give my regards to El Diablo!"


Leaf blower flamethrower

A weird-looking flamethrower can be seen to be used by Barracuda members. Various other Sujimon also use this type of flamethrower, which operates on a compressed air canister-type ejection model. Even more curiously, some models emit ice instead of fire. The flavor text on some Sujimon descriptions indicates it may be a heavily modified leafblower reworked into a flame/ice thrower.

The Barracuda Mafia member with the flamethrower.

Tanegashima flamethrower

The Tanegashima steampunk flamethrower from Gaiden returns and is used by various enemies and Sujimon. It can burst flames and electricity.

Japanese "Tanegashima" matchlock arquebus.
What a steampunk-looking fella.
Close look at the flamethrower, in the Millenium Tower.


Handheld M134 Minigun

A standard weapon common to most Yakuza/Like A Dragon games, this shows up both as a prop and used by a few characters in an active role, notably Masafumi Narasaki.

General Electric M134 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Airsoft handheld M134 Minigun - (fake) 7.62x51mm NATO
M134 Minigun as shown in a storage area in the game via the photo mode for optimal viewing of the details.
Narasaki tries to gun down Kiryu but guess what! He will be the one who dies...a couple of cutscenes later.

Browning M2HB/NSV hybrid

This gun hasn't appeared in the series for 13 years in a Yakuza game (not counting the mini Brownings from Yakuza: Like a Dragon). It is used by a Seiryu Clan member. Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio decided to try modernizing it by adding a front sight and a...gas system? Eh? Guess what! These improvements come from the NSV! Notice the orange part!

Browning M2HB - .50 BMG
NSV HMG - 12.7x108mm
This Seiryu Clan gunman is the first man to use a "Deuce" in a helicopter in these games! He switches to a minigun later.

Panzerfaust 3

The Panzerfaust 3-inspired model from Binary Domain with the warhead removed, is once again available for purchase and can be seen in cutscenes. Like other explosive weapons, it has modified variants, which do more damage, with the "Ultra" variant being available in a gold finish.

Panzerfaust 3 with DM12A1 rocket - 60mm.
Render of the rocket launcher model.
A rocket launcher? For 100$? GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!
The description of the "Ultra Rocket Launcher".
The Panzerfaust at Bullet Hell. Unfortunately, it is not for sale.
Taiga Saejima was about to add another one to his kill-count (maybe this rocket was made of rubber as well).


"Bowguns" (a wasei-eigo term for modern crossbows) return as standard Geomijul weaponry, and is also seen in the hands of other various enemies, such as the Palekana, or the Seiryu Clan. According to Seonhee's moveset, these bowguns have "gatling" functionality, which makes them automatic.

Seonhee (previously written as Seong-Hui) targeting the enemy with the "bowgun".
The Palekana zealots have "bowguns" as well!

Land mines

Land mines are scattered through Nele Island.

Land mines on the ground.

Ray gun

A ray gun replica is available for the Desperado job. It can be found in the dungeons.

The "Space Opera" ray gun replica description.


A weapon that resembles a coilgun can be seen in the "Essence of High Noon" heat action.

The Desperado job gave Kiryu the opportunity to wield a giant never-before-seen coilgun. Don't worry, these scenes are purely in Ichiban's and Kiryu's imaginations, they surely haven't killed anyone. Photo from Heybridge's video.

"Dondoko Beam"

The "Orbital Laser" heat action from Yakuza: Like a Dragon returns, this time with the Dondoko Island branding, powered by Matayoshiya. It is made available to Kasuga as a reward for getting Dondoko Island to a 5-star resort.

Kasuga selected his target with the Matayoshiya app on his phone.
The laser has a nice red and green finish.
The lasers are red and green as well.

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