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Yakuza 0

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Genre: Adventure, Hack and slash/Beat 'em up, Role-playing (RPG), Simulator

Platforms: PlayStation 3, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4

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Yakuza 0 is a prequel set in 1988 to the Yakuza series of games developed by Sega, taking place before the first Yakuza game. Like in the previous games, the game's main setting is the fictional town of Kamurocho in Tokyo.


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SolarFluxx
4 reviews

Fair 70%

Gameplay: Love it, brings me back to Shemune, especially with the save points being a physical object. Soundtrack: Amazingly cheezy. Sound Design: Every punch has an impact and rush mode makes you feel like ♥♥♥♥♥ about to go down! Story: As goofy as the Trailer was, this has a real serious tone to it. Mixed in with the hilarous cutscenes and drunkards, this balances itself well when the game should be goofy and fun, and have a dark, serious and g... Read More

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Sidequest can by grindy and confusing when you're not too sure what to do
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Stefano-Alves
3 reviews

Good 90%

I fell in love with Yakuza, from its crime thriller to the absurd weird things that happen in between. Yakuza Zero's beat'em up is absurdly fun to play. Each character has four styles of fighting (Neutral, Light, Heavy and an unlockable Ultimate style) that varies between each other (such as Kiryu's quick Rush and Majima's agile, dance-like, Breaker) creating variation from each character at the right doses. The difficulty suddenly spikes at the ... Read More
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GinoKenji
1 reviews

Great 100%

My first game ever since it was ported to Steam and it is now one of my favourite games. Love everything this game offered: Solid storyline, good character development, fun and quirky sidequests, etc... Can't wait for the rest of the series to be on PC

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Solid plot, awesome characters, fun sidequests
Negative points
Some sidequests are fun but downright grindy and annoying