Yakuza Restoration, known as Yakuza Ishin in Japan, will allow players to visit brothels and udon shops, among other recreational activities, Gematsu reports.
Restoration is a "side story" from the main Yakuza franchise. The game is set in the mid-19th century and follows real-life historical figure Sakamoto Ryoma. During their time with the game, players will be able to stir characters to sing in a special bar, participate in time-based dance games, place bets on chicken races and more. The game also features a red light district in Kyoto, where players can participate in drinking contests, shooting games and rock-paper-scissors for "sexy" scenes.
Yakuza Restoration was announced for a Japan release in August 2013. The game will launch Feb. 22 in Japan for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. A Western release date has not been announced.