Yakuza Restoration or Ishin as it’s known in Japan, runs at 60 frames-per-second on PS4, according to Dengeki PlayStation magazine. Not only that, it contains the ability to control the map using the touchpad on Dualshock 4 and the controller’s light bar will flash when you take damage. The game allows you to play as it’s installed on your PS4, and it also contains a neat streaming feature which shows viewer comments on the screen. The more comments you receive, the faster your recovery time. Yakuza Restoration will be available on both PS3 and PS4 on February 22 in Japan and a western release has yet to be announced. Thanks, Siliconera.