I've never been moved enough to write a game review in my life, now let that sink in.cn
4 June 2014
Summary: Ok where do i start, this game is phenomenal it has everything a true gamer could want and I MEAN almost everything. Story: the story is rather lengthy and starts off slow but doesn't take too long to get going, there some scenes that will simply shock and surprise you; the characters are incredibly believable. The little kids are very irritable though except for haruku.
Kazuma Kiryu: The Dragon of Dojima returns on PS3.
13 December 2013
Summary: I enjoyed Yakuza 3 to the fullest. It had a great story line while pulling Kazuma back to the action. Most of the beginning story takes place in Okinawa. It is beautiful and I could watch the ocean waves hit the beach for several minutes at a time. You will go to Kamurocho, Tokyo later in the story if you are wondering. You will be able to travel back and forth but there is a price in Yen.
Summary: I was expecting a GTA type kirate action game with Yakuza 3 but its a moving story about a reformed Yakuza, who fights to protect his orphanage from a corrupt government official and a band of evil Yakuza he is aligned with. First off to they who are not studiers of Nippon culture here is some simplified history you will not find in the game: Yakuza comes from three words; ya ku sa. In old Japanese toung these are numbers and is an lod gambling game.
A GOOD game if you liked the previous Yakuza games!
Paolo P., Amazon
26 August 2013
Summary: All the aspects of Yakuza are there. -Many sidequests/extra activities to do, great characters, a great story and an awesome combat system. There is some content that is taken out in the North America Release, like hostess clubs, mahjong, and shogi, BUT there is still PLENTY of hours to spend on in this game. It even has some Karaoke thrown in which was pretty fun to play and see Kazuma sing a song!