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Yakuza 0 Tokyo 1988. Getting rich is easy, the women are beautiful, and everyone wants in on the action. It's time to become Yakuza. The glitz, glamour, and unbridled decadence of the 80s are back in Yakuza 0! Fight like hell through Tokyo and Osaka with protagonist Kazuma Kiryu and seriesTokyo 1988. Getting rich is easy, the women are beautiful, and everyone wants in on the action. It's time to become Yakuza. The glitz, glamour, and unbridled decadence of the 80s are back in Yakuza 0! Fight like hell through Tokyo and Osaka with protagonist Kazuma Kiryu and series regular Goro Majima. Play as Kazuma Kiryu and discover how he finds himself in a world of trouble when a simple debt collection goes wrong and his mark winds up murdered. Then, step into the silver-toed shoes of Goro Majima and explore his "normal" life as the proprietor of a cabaret club. Switch between three different fighting styles instantaneously and beat up all manner of goons, thugs, hoodlums, and lowlifes. Take combat up a notch by using environmental objects such as bicycles, sign posts, and car doors for bone-crunching combos and savage take-downs. Fighting is not the only way to kill time in 1988's Japan: from discos and hostess clubs to classic SEGA arcades, there are tons of distractions to pursue in the richly detailed, neon-lit world.… Expand
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
8.6
Downloads 76
Genre Action Adventure, Open-World
Players Up to 4
Company / Developer
Sega / Ryu ga Gotoku Studios
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Yakuza 0 reviews ( 7 )

The_Nametag, Feb 24, 2020

I cannot give this game enough praise. It's the first of the Yakuza games I played, and it certainly will not be the last. Holy crap. Yea, it's a prequel, so there were several references and the like that went over my head, lots of fan service - especially end game stuff - that meant nothing to me, but I thought it'd be fun to start at the very beginning. I also know that the early games have far less in them overall. That this one was likely riding a high for the series, coming off their highest rated game, really shows as they went all out for it. To the point where if I had any complaints about the game, it would be that there is simply too much to do. The game can get a bit checklisty. And I didn't really find all the minigames to be very fun. In fact, I still haven't completed several. That said, this game absolutely blew me away. The story was engaging, with plenty of twists and turns. The performances in the voice acting (and motion capture) were second to none - though as a note it only has Japanese voices in the game, no English. The gameplay is fantastic. Don't think of this as being Grand Theft Auto: Japan, as it's far closer to "Shenmue done right". The influences there are stark. One thing that I think truly helps this game is that it keeps the play area fairly small. Your maps are only a few neighborhoods, but they are absolutely crammed with things to do. It makes the setting feel far more alive. If you have a chance to play this game, get ready for a lengthy investment. But it is absolutely worth it.

Joader, Aug1, 2018

This is easily one of the best and most satisfying games to play through. Even the humour is top-notch (not something you'd expect from this kind of game at first glance, I certainly didn't).

Aneist, Jul 25, 2020

ХЭЙ ХЭЙ Вот и как мне описать эту игру. В ней так много японского, что не знаю как описать. Сама игра классная. Да что там классная, она просто великолепная. Сюжет, атмосфера, персонажи и бои хороши? Может отличны? А может потрясны? Ну, да. Эта игра меня слишком затянула в эту серию. Тут, действительно, сложно описать эту игру правильно. Она странная, но не отталкивающая, очень похоже на открытие нового фетиша, что-то в стиле "Я не знаю, что я делаю, но я не могу и не хочу останавливаться". Не очень хорошо, что нет официальной локализации (но вроде есть неофициальная, тут не уверен) и перестрелка на мосту..... было больно. А в остальном рекомендую попробовать, т.к. это отличный опыт

mtroni, Aug 26, 2018

Haven't had as much fun with a game since sleeping dogs. Really awesome in pretty much every aspect, but the most important thing to mention here is atmosphere. Eating ramen, singing karaoke, and all those little things you can do in town make you feel like you're walking the streets of Tokyo. Also great the speech is in Japanese and not overdubbed. A++ SEGA, keep making there and keep porting to PC!!!

goldcd, Aug 25, 2018

I'd heard about the series, but as I hadn't owned a Playstation since PS2, never played it. Picked it up on my PC as it was bluntly "cheap" - and have been completely won over. I suspect/hope this was a deliberate Sega ploy, and they're going to release the rest of the Kiwami/remakes for the PC at full price (and I'll buy them). So the game. It's not a Japanese GTA - which is how the games are sometimes pitched. World is pretty small, but lovingly detailed - but not 'open world' I think of it as a game-pulp-novella. Strongest point of the game is the story. Think of it like a great TV show with a great story - and amidst the main plot, you get to play about with a load of games and a load of really entertaining side-missions. Why I enjoyed this game though was the feeling of place it has. I know it's called 'Yakuza' - but you're going to feel like you know them a bit more at the end. Why I *REALLY* enjoyed the game was the variety of stories - the big bold set-pieces, full-on-melodrama (full on "MENDOZZZA!!!") to the silly stuff that makes you laugh out loud. Of special mention as well is the great localization - audio is in full japanese, but really great subtitles ("you really **** the bed" - suspect isn't a japanese phrase for example, but you get the sentiment). Trying to work out how to sell the game, the best I could come up with was the TV show "The Wire". Each chapter has a proper plot, but so many asides you think are just for diversion, but realize actually are there to also make you care about the characters.

cronothegamer, Aug4, 2019

Excellent game. Packed with content. Story and characters are some of the best I've seen in a game. And on top of that the gameplay is really fun and the side quests are actually worth doing. My only gripe is the save system. You can only save at payphones in the open world. If you just finished an hour long level and sat through an hour long cutscene and your game crashes or the power goes out you'll lose all your progress. A lot of people said they had stuttering issues but I didn't get any of those and my PC is almost 7 years old so I don't know what's causing that.

kuehnau, Jan 30, 2019

I got Yakuza 0 in this month's Humble Bundle. I was really looking forward to playing this game since I had been eyeing it this game on STEAM for awhile. Honestly, I'm glad I never pulled the trigger on this title. When I first saw it on STEAM, the store page game me the idea it would have been kind of like Grand Theft auto, only with Yakuza. And it's not really the case at all. For me, Yakuza 0 really feels like a visual novels with some sparse moments inbetween where you can walk around, get in fights, that sort of thing, but the game was never deep enough or interactive enough to be able to really capture my attention all that much. It feels more like a Grand Theft Auto Super Lite. The city map isn't all that big and the things you have access to are few and far between, there are very few times that you are really given the chance to actually make any sort of decisions and when you do, it never feels like it has any real sort of impact. The game boasts that it is "open world", but I disagree completely with that sentiment. The game likes to give you the illusion of an open world, but you are actually railroaded into a very specific story with a very specific plot. There isn't much variation in it and even if you do somehow manage to stray a bit away from the beaten path, they still manage to drag you back in to what they invisioned. Another aspect that I found fairly annoying is that this game is rated "M" for mature for Blood, Intense Violence, Sexual Content, Strong Language, Use of Alcohol. It's pretty ironic that Yakuza 0 managed to get a "M" rating and actually fail to deliver on almost any of these aspects. If you are going to be a "M" rated game, then you should own it. Yakuza 0 actually goes out of it's way to constantly avoid showing any sort of graphic violence. The blood shown in the game is fairly tame by almost all standards, the "intense violence" is PG-13 at best, use of alcohol is some dudes drinking beers and as far as sexual content goes? If you consider lingerie that literally covers everything then you are a pearl pearl clutching prude. Sure, they say the "Eff" word, but so does everone at my job. Long story short, Yakuza 0 fails to deliver on almost every aspect advertised.