Yakuza Zero Tells Kazuma Kiryu’s Tale On March 12 - Trailer

"Sega is going back in time with the Yakuza series, but not back to feudal Japan. Yakuza Zero takes place in 1988 when Yakuza protagonist Kazuma Kiryu is just 20 years old. He’s just a debt collector in the fictional Tokyo region, Kamurocho. Goro Majima is in Yakuza Zero too, but far from Kazuma managing a cabaret club in Soutenburi, a fictional area in Osaka.

Yakuza Zero is set in the past, so arcades are populated with retro Sega games like Space Harrier, Fantasy Zone, and OutRun. These games can be streamed onto a PlayStation Vita via remote play. Yakuza Zero also a telephone club where you can chat with girls and a mini-game where you help Goro run his cabaret club.

Yakuza Zero is scheduled to come out on March 12, 2015 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4."

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DarkSniper1451d ago (Edited 1451d ago )

Yakuza Zero is another excellent entry in the critically acclaimed Yakuza series. Dark Sniper personally believes that the Yakuza games offer a deep and compelling storyline with classic SEGA gameplay which makes for the perfect blend of an AAA title.

In Dark Sniper's humble opinion, he believes that Yakuza is a system seller. There may not be 5 million gamers out there that would agree, but there is a small few that know exactly where Dark Sniper is coming from if you have played the games. If Yakuza Zero gets released in the US, Dark Sniper would gladly purchase himself a PlayStation®4 the very next day. It's very unfortunate that Sega and Sony do not have the foresight to understand this.

Yakuza Zero looks excellent. If Dark Sniper could get an English subtitled version of this, he would be more than happy and thankful to the powers that be for doing the right thing. Unfortunately, Sony and Sega have been known in recent history for their botched business decisions so this will be no different.