We learn how to fight from a true fisting artist

We’re a few weeks and a few episodes into our new series exploring the streets of Tokyo by way of Yakuza 0, and it’s time for things to really start getting weird. This week’s episode opens with us learning some new fighting tips from a man we can only call … the fisting artist.

After a, uh, thorough discussion of the art of fisting, we drink beer, try to get into an arcade and discover more plot twists. Things are really picking up by the end, but you’ll have to wait until next week’s episode to see where it goes next.

If you’re new to Yakuza 0 to 60, you can check out our YouTube playlist of the full series so far. Or, you can start from the beginning with episode 1 in the video below. And if you’re interested in more about Yakuza 0, take a look at Polygon’s full review.

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