Yakuza 3 Screenshots and Images - PS3

  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer: SEGA
  • Release Date:Mar 9, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood,Sexual Themes,Strong Language,Use of Alcohol,Violence)
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Game Description:The third official entry in the Yakuza franchise (following up on PlayStation 3 after the Edo era prequel Yakuza: Kenzan!) Yakuza 3 continues the storyline following the events of Yakuza 2. The game returns to Kamiyacho, the setting of the original and the primary setting of the sequel, and features Kazuma Kiryu in the main character role once again. Yakuza 2 added a new location to the game world, a version of Kamiyacho located in the Osaka area. In Yakuza 3, Okinawa has that role. Yakuza 3 also continues with series traditions of making use of famous actors for its voice staff and also tapping into real world brands for in-game signs and shops. The game uses the impressive Yakuza: Kenzan! engine to create a lifelike representation of the hustle and bustle of urban Japan.
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4 / 5
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Yakuza 3 Screenshot & Image Galleries

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