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Submitted by danelectro 1329d ago | review

In-depth Review: Yakuza 4 - Electronic Theatre

SEGA’s Yakuza series has always been met with a touch of tumultuousness in the west, by both the gaming public and SEGA themselves. Unsure about what the gaming experience will offer on the first hand and far from guaranteed success on the second, SEGA’s continued efforts to satisfy their keenest followers are almost heart-warming. Due to this, the frequent localisation issues can be overlooked, as would any further demands be placed upon the publishers it almost certain that the Yakuza franchise would be a series that western players would miss out on. (PS3, Yakuza 4) 74/100

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