When the first long trailer aired last week, gaming fans finally got a real look at the highly anticipated Hokuto ga Gotoku, the latest game in the long-running Yakuza (aka Ryu ga Gotoku in Japan) series scheduled for a March 8 release.

Drawing from Buronson's internationally famous post-apocalyptic hyper-violent martial arts manga saga Fist of the North Star, the title promises to be the most entertaining of its numerous video game adaptation to date. The game will follow Kenshiro as he ventures into and fights his way through Eden, City of Miracles, in search of his beloved fiancee Yuria who was stolen from him. The first video was joined today by a second promotional video, revealing even more exciting details of the game sure to please both die-hard Fist of the North Star fans and Yakuza fans alike.

The latest promotional video gives us a look at the exposition scene when Kenshiro makes his first appearance, the "Hiko Action Battle" mode in which anyone can use Hokuto Shinken, and a collection of segments featuring Kenshiro in ways you've never seen him before.

You know the competition is already dead when a game lets you literally wield your enemies' words against them...Hidebu bash!

Jagi about to unleash some Nanto Seiken on Kenshiro

In one of the numerous mini-games, Kenshiro becomes a merchant where he uses his powers to dispatch groceries at lightning speed to the citizens of Eden

There are numerous other mini-games that Yakuza fans will immediately recognize, and there's even a game machine and game cabinet which allows you to play the 1986 Sega Master System side-scrolling action game Hokuto no Ken.

You can find more details about the game at the official website here

By - grape Japan editorial staff.