Submitted by Katz 1298d ago | review

Black Panel Review: Yakuza Dead Souls

The Black Panel writes: This Yakuza series divergence feels like it beats away newcomers as easily as its stars beat back the zombie hordes. What looks from the outside like a perfect entry point is actually more fan-service than fan gatherer, leaving those looking to become a part of the Yakuza conversation no other option than to start from square one. Thankfully, if nothing else, Dead Souls manages to provide an incentive to do so. (PS3, Yakuza: Dead Souls) -

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