Submitted by Venomousfatman 571d ago | review

Shifted2u.com --- Yakuza Dead Souls Review

The Yakuza games have always been a series that dived heavily into Japanese culture. While not a major success throughout North America, SEGA's open world franchise has always appealed to enthusiast of Japanese culture. Many of the characteristics of what made SEGA's own Shenmue series a fan favorite are also present in the Yakuza games. But when things need a change of pace, what does SEGA do to improve on it? They add zombies into the mix. (PS3, Yakuza: Dead Souls) 6/10

Veneno  +   571d ago
I have bought every Yakuza game that has ever come out. I love this series.
But I skipped this one because it looked like a re hash of Yakuza 4 with zombies.

i hope Sega is smart enough to know that if fans didn't like this game that it shouldn't effect Yakuza 5 coming to the West. I'm not too worried, though.

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