Summary: I couldn't put this game down when I first started playing it. It felt like a true masterpiece. The only problem with it is the game started to get old after about 15-20 hours. Nothing really changes, the story just progressed.
Summary: The game is fine but h as a few problems. First of all trying to complete the story takes a while and i dont think thats because of all the action you can do its because of it giving cutsceans that take about 10 min apiece. Combat works fine a bit easy.
Summary: To get the most out of this game, you first have to be at least slightly into the quirks and style of the modern day Japanese. As noted, it's been called a very Japanese game for Japanese people. Nonetheless I was amused.
Summary: if you play yakuza series you will enjoy play yakuza 3. you will see a lot different stuff about yakuza 3. you will able to do stuff you couldn't do in other yakuza series, but also there are some stuff you can not do in yakuza 3, but you could do in yakuza series.
Summary: I rarely have time for game and most game I can't even finished it, like GTA. Don't get me wrong, GTA is alot of fun but there are just so much you can do. It's the same case for Yakuza 3 as well but the fight scenes kept it very interesting.
Summary: I've only written a few product reviews on Amazon, but felt the need to chime in here. Yes, the game has been modified from its original Japanese presentation (about 20 hrs. of content cut from what was an 80 hr. game in Japan).
Summary: I saw this game in a local K-Mart (yes, they still exist), and decided to pick it up for ten bucks. If I knew then what I know now, I would have paid 60 for it. The fact is, Yakuza 3 is one of the gems of the system. I don't know about the Japanese version, or the cuts that were made.