Summary: I really love playing open world games, but I felt like this game was very limiting. There was not a lot of things you could do. There could have been a lot of ways to improve the fight scenes.I found the cutscenes very interesting and realistic.
Summary: if you're into games like saints row, GTA and love japan.. you'll love this game. i've been wanting this game for a loong time and only until recently was i able to come up on it at this price... it sure as hell didnt disappoint either!
Summary: Not really the most engaging story but interesting enough to hold attention. The battles are really what's the selling point for me. It just feels good putting a serious whooping on people that wanna come up to me to pick a fight and talk trash. Oh what a sensation. XD.
Very good graphic, but slow character can be frustating..
21 February 2012
Summary: When it comes to Graphic, Yakuza 4 is VERY GOOD. No wonder, because it use playstation 3 GPU. But one thing that I don't like is that the character you control is moving in very slow speed. Enemy is a lot faster than you and this sometimes can be frustating. Storyline is good, but damn.. 25 years..
Summary: I adore the Yakuza series, having played 1-3. Naturally, I had expectations coming into this game and I can say they were mostly fulfilled. Yakuza 4, much like the previous titles in the series, is a "beat-em-up" game similar to Final Fight from the arcade days.
Summary: I bought this game just to try it out. Surprisingly it was fun and you didn't need to play the previous games to know the storyline. A lot of the storyline is done through flashbacks and story scenes.
Summary: So if you have played Yakuza 3 (or even one of the previous games in the series), this game is not going to be much of a suprise. It is a beat 'em up at it's core with some RPG elements thrown in. If you have not experienced the world of Yakuza, this is a great place to start.
Summary: This game's story doesn't pull you in like Yakuza3 and you don't have as much time to relate to the characters (since the story's split into 4 parts). The graphics didn't really seem like they improved. If you played through Yakuza 3, a lot of this game seems like Deja Vu.