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Submitted by Articuno76 471d ago | opinion piece

[Continue Play] Retro Import Review - Yakuza Kenzan!

Continue Play's Shehzaan Abdulla takes a look back at Yakuza Kenzan!, the older of the two samurai-themed Yakuza titles. This review reconsiders Kenzan! against the newer Yakuza Restoration (Ryuu ga Gotoku Ishin!) - another game that was caught in the console generation changeover. (Culture, PS3, Retro, Ryuu ga gotoku kenzan!, Yakuza Kenzan)

micx  +   471d ago
Too bad this never came to Western Markets.
Anthotis  +   471d ago
I would love to play an open world Samurai game.

Whilst i'd prefer something traditional and serious in the vein of Bushido Blade and Kengo, a game like this would definitely satisfy.
madara0sama  +   471d ago
Have you heard of Way of the Samurai 4?
Goro  +   471d ago
That game is awful. Buy the 3rd one, it's much better.
Goro  +   471d ago
:(

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