Does anyone who has played the Japanese version know if the story is more interesting in 4 than in 3? Though I guess most of the ones buying 4 already have 3; but it's a nice incentive.
Originally Posted by Irish Ninja Q: Are we losing content like last time? i signed up for the free card here and just printed out a copy till the physical one gets here, that should suffice yeah?
Online cards do work, but some people report waiting months to get them in the mail. "Couldn't be licensed" = they didn't feel like paying up no doubt. The way you put it made think they were going back to 90's anime replacing lotsa music-style lol. It's more of a crime suspense story where you're trying to figure out what happened from the perspectives of different people.Sega, Gamestop and others are doing the "free hostess bar dynamic theme" if you're into that kind've thing; if you're in AU (sorry), JB is doing 3 4 LE for 9.That probably strikes you as a good price, for having been fucked so long on this sort've thing. EU: Yakuza 4 Steel Book Edition Includes: * Yakuza 4 game in Steel Book packaging * Bonus costumes for Akiyama, Saejima, Tanimura, Kiryu and Haruka * Battle against the bosses in survival mode * Battle in the underground fighting arena * Race the bosses in underground car parks Q: I've never played a Yakuza title, can I just jump into this one? Like every chapter before it, 4 has an excellent video recap of each prior title.Original announcement thread Title: Yakuza 4 Japanese Title: 龍が如く4 伝説を継ぐもの, "Ryū ga Gotoku 4: Densetsu o Tsugumono" Release Date: 3/15/2011 (NA). Three new locations have been added since Yakuza 3 - a rooftop area, which stretches across a large area of the town; the back streets of Kamurocho, known as "Rojiura" (路地裏?
Kamuro City), a fictionalized yet realistic recreation of Shinjuku's red-light district, Kabukichō.
3 was kind of meh to me and I didn't enjoy the story at all...