This game has a unique style and is pretty good overall
game collector, Amazon
10 August 2015
Summary: This game has a unique style and is pretty good overall. Main issue is that it gets real repetitive and drags on way longer than it should. Its fun though and has alot of unique parts. Pretty good game for the price.
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.
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.