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Yakuza Dead Souls - PlayStation 3 Standard Edition

by Sega
PlayStation 3
 Mature
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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The Yakuza franchise takes an exciting new twist with an all-new 3rd person shooting mechanic, a wide array of guns and upgrades, and a city packed full of the undead.

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Yakuza: Dead Souls is a single player Action-Adventure game exclusive for PlayStation 3 in which factionalized members of the familiar Japanese crime underworld of the Yakuza video game franchise face the common threat of a zombie apocalypse. The game features four playable characters, including Goro "Mad-dog" Majima and Ryuji Goda, the Dragon of Kansai, and for the first time utilizes firearms as a primary combat component. Additional features include: activities such as side missions, clubs, karaoke, bars, dungeon crawling, gauge-based finishing moves, shifting alliances between Yakuza members and a mini-game.

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The Yakuza Take on the Zombie Horde on PlayStation 3

April 2011, Kamurocho, Tokyo, a city that never sleeps, even when under attack from zombies.

The four playable characters of Yakuza: Dead Souls posing with their guns ready
The Yakuza face down against a zombie horde invading Tokyo's Kamurocho red light district.
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The undead are multiplying and filling the streets of Tokyo's red light district. The area is quarantined quickly, but degenerates into a district full of terror, panic and devastation. Survivors try to flee the city, but four men rise up to protect those they care most about. If you think zombies are bad, meet the Yakuza. As they run through the battle-scarred streets and witness the scale of the destruction, they are seen as the final hope for the remaining residents of the city as they kick, snipe, batter and bulldoze their way through the hordes of zombies. Immerse yourself in the Kamurocho experience as the true to life recreation of Tokyo's sin-city district faces its greatest threat. Unravel the story as you play through the eyes of four characters, form alliances, and work together to save Japan from the zombie apocalypse.

Key Game Features

  • Tokyo As You've Never Seen It Before - From Zombie table tennis to gunning down the walking dead on a date with a beautiful hostess, all the side missions, clubs, karaoke, bars, dungeon crawling, and more are back
  • Four Playable Characters - The revered Kazuma Kiryu and Shun Akiyama return, now joined by Goro "Mad-dog" Majima and Ryuji Goda, the Dragon of Kansai
  • Unleash New Devastation - Use the all-new heat-snipe to unleash chaos in the face of hordes of zombies
  • Zombies, Guns, and Gore - The Yakuza franchise takes an exciting new twist with an all-new third-person shooting mechanic, a wide array of guns and upgrades, and a city packed full of the undead
  • Additional Action - In addition to facing zombies and other creatures, players also will deal with shifting alliances within the Yakuza that could end in firefights, and partake of a new 'Pachislot' mini-game similar to Pachinko

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Shun Akiyama standing alone against a phalanx of advancing zombies in Yakuza: Dead Souls
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Ryuji Goda with a gattling gun attachment for his prosthetic arm in Yakuza: Dead Souls
A franchise first focus on guns.
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Shun Akiyama dual-wielding pistols in Yakuza: Dead Souls
Four playable characters.
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Tokyo's Kamurocho district overrun with zombies in Yakuza: Dead Souls
A new view of Kamurocho.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Sept. 29 2014
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Pretty good game, worth the money.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Surprised Sept. 3 2014
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Surprised good game
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Once you get used to it, it's fun as hell June 5 2012
By jay
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is pretty much Yakuza 4, minus fighting and killing zombies would pretty much be a mini-game turned into the full game experience. Alot of zombie/monster ideas were borrowed from Left 4 Dead and Resident Evil. I'm a DIE-HARD "Yakuza/Ryu Ga Gotoku/Like A Dragon", so I'm trying to go easy on this game. Trust me. Check out my Silent Hill Downpour review, because I love that series just as much. If they put in a better aiming system, then this game would be incredible, but instead of third person aiming over the shoulder where the camera's facing, the game aims where your character on-screen is looking, so if you're facing a horde of zombies and your character is running in the opposite direction, aiming would reverse that. The mini-games and side-stories give this game LOTS of play-time. You could kill hours on end playing this game, just like the rest of them. It's not horror in any way, but more along the lines of funny. It's pretty much a parody coming straight from the original developers. It disappoints me though that this game could've been put to the side for the moment, and they could've localized the better games in the series, like KENZAN (pretty much a spin-off in Yakuza 3's engine based in the Feudal Era for PS3) or Kurohyou and Kurohyou 2 (both are PSP Def Jam Fight For NY style fighters in the Yakuza universe). All three of those games are better by far than this game, but I guess they thought us American's are THAT much of suckers for zombies. I blame us, not SEGA for this localization, but it's still a good game. If you're looking for a scary zombie experience, look the other way. If you're just looking for some fun arcade-style gaming, you want to burn some hours away, or you're a big fan of the series, than look no further.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Oct. 19 2014
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great
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0 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awful game... Don't buy! April 25 2013
By David
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This game is terrible. All you gonna do is shoot tons of mindless zombies. The controls are terrible and unresponsive, the developer couldn't even made the aiming accurate. It's also a very short game, which will take you about 5 hrs to complete it and there is zero replay value. The story? What story? There is no story other than zombies pop outta no where and you gotta fight the sobs. Terrible game and now I would think twice before buying another game from seta. They messed up too many games. Don't buy this pice of $hi1!
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