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Yakuza 3

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Yakuza 3 is the next cinematic chapter in the prestigious video game saga offering an authentic, gritty and often violent story set in modern day Japan. Following the events of the previous game, Kazuma and Haruka (his adopted daughter) have left Kamurochoto to seek a new life in Okinawa where they manage an orphanage for children. However, their peaceful life is soon interrupted when a series of events unfold pulling Kazuma back into the shadowy past he thought he had left behind. Making its first appearance exclusively on the PlayStation 3 platform, the rich story and vibrant world of Yakuza 3 lets players engage in intense brutal clashes within the streets of Okinawa, and the pulsating and often dangerous city of Tokyo where only the strongest will survive.

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      Yakuza 3 reviews and comments

      This review will contain spoilers.


      ANIKI, it's clear that this is quite an old game and it suffers from some PS3 era limitations. If like me, you started the series with 0, you'll be unable to notice these short comings. With that being said, the third(fourth) installment of Kiryu's story is incredibly endearing and if you're a fan of the previous games you owe it to yourself to continue going, to like me, see how his story ends. Having just recently played 4, I can tell you that 3 is a rough title overall, enemies block way too much and heat actions don't do shit to bosses. Aside from that, I have no complaints, this game stays true to its formula and does so well, likeable characters, wacky side quests and a main story that will have you genuinely interested from start to finish.

      I'd give it an 8/10, but don't take my word for it, I encourage everyone to try the series out, it's changed my life for the better and that's no joke!
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