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Yakuza 0 has arrived on PC

Yakuza are here

Hello, my fellow gamers and rejoice, for I have some really good news for you. Yesterday, at August 1st, 2018, Yakuza 0, developed by SEGA, had finally arrived on Steam, so that we, PC gamers, can enjoy it. Being one of the most popular PS4 games, it is often compared to GTA as it offers the big amount of colorful side-characters, subquests and stories, not to mention the main cast of the game.

Yakuza 0 was first released on March 12, 2015 on PS4 and PS3. It is a prequel to Yakuza game series, taking place in Tokyo and Osaka. You are playing as Kazuma Kiryu, along with Goro Majima, who is a regular from the series. It is an action-adventure game similar to GTA, though it has its own unique style and charm. As it stands, it is an open world game, though it is divided in a few subzones in which story is unfolding and action is taken.

So good it’s criminal

And action is there alright, everything from street fights to the organized crimes, and even (gasp!) real estate investment. Shocking, I know. First you’ll have to start with beating money out of street thugs, though. Quite literally, too: those thugs will drop money while you are beating them up. But beware: you can lose your cash that way as well, by losing to some strong enemy.

Of course all of that action is supplemented by myriad of different thing to do. You can do everything from said real estate investment (what, you thought I was joking?) to the karaoke to the different side quests that you can undertake.

As you can see, I’m really excited about that game arrival, and I’ll definitely recommend buying and playing it. Stay tuned for more gaming news!

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