Summary: If you haven't had a chance to play this one, do yourself a favor and pick it up. No need in leaving a long review style post, if you're even considering this game you probably know enough about it already. This is my favorite in the series.
Summary: All i need to say is that yakuza 4 blows 3 out of the water in everyway, gameplay, graphics,music, and story and omg the story is well told and brilliantly epic. Using 4 characters helped move things along quite nicely, and there is just much more things to see and do in this game overall 5 out of 5
Summary: I bought this because I love the yakuza series. Story had multiple people this time but I still loved it. However I am sad at the lack of release of an international version for Yakuza 5. Game play is pretty solid and fun, just like previous games. Its an RPG fighter, so you can always add new abilities to prevent monotony.
Great Follow Up Of The Third Yakuza Game And Just As Entertaining To Play
22 June 2013
Summary: A must have for fans of the series as the graphics and gameplay have been improved even more from the third game but just as enjoyable to play as you can do the main missions and of course the side missions as well, a little like GTA series but asian mafia style.Like with the previously game this one only comes with the original voice cast meaning if you don't care to read subtitles this game probably isn't for you unless you understand Japanese.
Summary: This 4th series of Yakuza is fantastic! The story is more deeper than the previous ones. One thing I love about this game is not only the story but the mini games especially. Mini games vary from karaoke to pool! This game is load of fun if you give it a chance. I hope the developers will create another Yakuza 5 game. One thing I would love to see is they make this game into a huge sandbox game with Tokyo. Would be awesome!
Summary: Eversince Yakuza 1 for the PS2, I fell in love with the series. Yakuza 4 is no exception. This marked as the first game in the main series to have 4 playable characters with each character's story intwined with each other. Unlike Yakuza 2 or 3 where additional locations were added other than Kamurocho, the series 'home' city, in Yakuza 4, it's limited to just Kamurocho itself except that it's now expanded to include rooftops and underground areas.