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Submitted by -Mezzo- 907d ago | article

Yakuza 5 Is The Most User-Friendly Yakuza Yet

Kotaku - Yakuza 5 is scheduled for release in Japan next week and the developers at Sega are in full PR mode. Executive producer Toshihiro Nagoshi and producer Masayoshi Yokoyama spoke to Weekly Famitsu in a pre-release interview to talk about the latest in the Yakuza franchise. (PS3, Yakuza 5)

wishingW3L  +   907d ago
oh please don't tell me that! Yakuza 4 was hardly a challenge compared to Y3 and now it will be even easier?!!!
sinncross  +   907d ago
there is a difference between being more user-friendly and being easier...
Jreca  +   907d ago
I felt combat a little bit harder than what I remember from Yakuza 4 demo. But it may be just a demo.
Bounkass  +   907d ago
About time.
MrDead  +   907d ago
Just translate it to English send me a copy and I'll let you know. Hurry up though as I NEED this game.

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