WTMG's Leo Faria: "Yakuza 3 suffers from the unfair fact that it’s the oldest title in the series that hasn’t received a fully fledged remake to fix its fair share of issues. This might be a game running at 1080p and 60 frames a second, but it’s still a PS3 originally released ten years ago. It has aged a bit. With that being said, it’s still Yakuza. It still features the franchise’s world class storytelling, this time around making Kiryu as human and likable like never before, and there are tons of sidequests and minigames to keep you busy for dozens of hours. I couldn’t be happier with the fact I don’t need to buy a used PS3 in order to experience this game anymore."