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Dragon Kart Mini Game Guide
What is Dragon Kart?
Dragon Kart is a racing mini-game that you can play to earn various rewards. It also serves as a nice break from the main story.
Using a customizable race kart, you must race across various challenging courses around the different cities to collect rings that can be exchanged for special rewards. Each race consists of 3 laps where racers must battle to get 1st place.
Aside from rings, item boxes can be found scattered throughout the courses. Picking them up grants you various power-ups and weapons to use to your advantage during the race.
Your go-kart has an endurance meter displayed at the bottom of the screen. Crashing into other racers or getting hit by weapons will deplete your kart’s endurance which can be restored by picking up rings found in each course. Note that you will come to a full halt and will not be able to move for a while if your kart’s endurance reaches zero.
How to Access Dragon Kart
Dragon Kart can be accessed by talking to Fujisawa north of Hamakita Park in Ijincho during Chapter 4: Dragon of Yokohama.
|Left Analog Stick||Steer|
Grand Prix pits you against 8 other racers to vie for 1st place. Placing 1st to 3rd at the end of the race unlocks more challenging Grand Prix challenges that you can join to earn more points.
Time Attack is a solo game mode where your goal is to achieve the fastest time for any of the available courses.
List of Obtainable Dragon Karts
|Name||Characteristics||How to Obtain|
|Crimson Fire||Balanced performance and beginner-friendly.||Obtained by default|
|Navy Fang||High acceleration||Obtained by default|
|Golden Phalanx||High durability and can be upgraded to increase the maximum number of weapons you can hold.||Obtained by default|
|Ignition Shadow||Balanced performance and essentially an improved Crimson Fire.||Clear Sub Story 43: Intelligent Runner|
|Rapid Phantom||High acceleration and essentially an improved Navy Fang.||Clear Sub Story 42: We are Girls|
|Ramburg Crusher||High durability and essentially an improved Golden Phalanx. Its tough body shows its power in melee.||Clear Sub Story 41: Hama Bomber|
|Rising Dragon||High all-around performance and durability.||Clear Substory 46: The Great Lengths of the Bousou-otoko|
Grand Prix Cups
Below are the courses Kasuga can join and compete:
A tournament series for beginners which features mostly basic courses:
A tournament series for intermediate drivers which features athletic courses:
A tournament series for advanced drivers which features challenging courses:
A tournament series for the best drivers which features extremely difficult courses. The Dragon Cup can only be accessed after clearing Sub Story 45 – Battle of Han:
|3||Final Kamurocho Circuit|
Dragon Kart Tips
Use start dash.
You can activate a boost at the start of the race by pressing and holding down the R2 button as the timer starts to count down. If done correctly, you should shoot straight out and far ahead of the other racers to have an early advantage during the race.
Use the dash tiles
Dash tiles found on various points of the course also grant you a temporary speed boost to pull away further from the rest of the drivers or use it to gain on those ahead of you. Note that enemy drivers will almost always use dash tiles so failing to use them allows your opponents to widen their advantage or overtake you.
Drift around corners
Pressing the × button allows you to drift smoothly around corners, preventing you from losing too much speed until the road runs straight again. Try to attack corners from the outside going in as well for a more solid entry.
Dragon Kart Rewards
Here are the rewards for joining the Dragon Kart racing tournament:
|First Aid Kit||500|
|Luxury First Aid Kit||1000|
|← All Mini Games||Karaoke →|
Other Mini Games
|Dragon Kart||Can Quest||Karaoke|
|Movie Theater||Business Management||Shareholder Meeting|
|Vocational School||Cabaret Club||Shogi|
|Mahjong||Pachinko Slots||Game Center|
Yakuza: Like a Dragon Recommended Article List
|▼Yakuza: Like a Dragon Guide|
|Main Story Walkthroughs||Substory Walkthroughs||Part-Time Hero Side Quests|
|Boss Guides||Character Guides||Character Jobs|
|Strategy Guides||Mini Game Guides||Game Database|
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At least the guide states what karts are available after what substories.
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For anyone hoping to find which cart to use in this guide, you’re out of luck. But thankfully, you scrolled to the comments.
To start, use the Crimson Fire cart. It has better overall stats to the other two carts, which either have high speed and low acceleration or low speed and high acceleration, even when fully upgraded. After beating the first three cups and beating Suguru in a 1v1 race (the calculations guy), switch to the new Ignition Shadow cart, which is basically an upgraded version of the Crimson Fire with only slightly lower acceleration and grip.
what about car for dragon cup? Which is better?
Some heroes don’t wear capes. Thanks.
This is what I came here for. Thanks homie!
Absolutely useless guide. No information that isn’t found within the game, not even tips on which kart to use in a particular cup. Just a race to release a “guide” first.