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Yakuza 0 [PC Steam] - £3.74 at Humble Store
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Yakuza 0 [PC Steam] - £3.74 at Humble Store

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This is a bargain, bought it at around this price in a recent Steam sale and it's become one of my favourite games of all time! Great characters, great story and so much other stuff like minigames/side-quests... Can't recommend it highly enough, especially at this price.

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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.

Interact with the colourful denizens the red light district: help a budding S&M dominatrix learn her profession, or ensure a street performer can make it to the bathroom in time – there are 100 incredible stories to discover.

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rojofa9226/03/2020 13:17

Moderators seem to have edited this to show it's only 43% off down from …Moderators seem to have edited this to show it's only 43% off down from £6.43 and have disabled my ability to edit the post - it's actually £75% off down from £14.99 as you can see on the page on the Humble Store.I'm guessing the supposed £6.43 is from grey market key selling sites.


The second box isn't a 'was' price, it's a 'next best' price, to show transparency to what you're actually saving on the next best price available.

I hope this helps
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Moderators seem to have edited this to show it's only 43% off down from £6.43 and have disabled my ability to edit the post - it's actually £75% off down from £14.99 as you can see on the page on the Humble Store.

I'm guessing the supposed £6.43 is from grey market key selling sites.
rojofa9226/03/2020 13:17

Moderators seem to have edited this to show it's only 43% off down from …Moderators seem to have edited this to show it's only 43% off down from £6.43 and have disabled my ability to edit the post - it's actually £75% off down from £14.99 as you can see on the page on the Humble Store.I'm guessing the supposed £6.43 is from grey market key selling sites.


The second box isn't a 'was' price, it's a 'next best' price, to show transparency to what you're actually saving on the next best price available.

I hope this helps
BuzzDuraband26/03/2020 13:28

The second box isn't a 'was' price, it's a 'next best' price, to show …The second box isn't a 'was' price, it's a 'next best' price, to show transparency to what you're actually saving on the next best price available. I hope this helps


Noted, but I'd appreciate you not disabling my ability to edit without so much as a PM. Also, most deals I see posted on here simply list the RRP as the 'next best' price, or at least the discount shown on the page linked to.

I can only find a deal near the supposed £6.43 a moderator edited this to on dodgy key reselling sites (HRK, Instant Gaming).
Edited by: "rojofa92" 26th Mar
rojofa9226/03/2020 13:30

Noted, but I'd appreciate you not disabling my ability to edit without so …Noted, but I'd appreciate you not disabling my ability to edit without so much as a PM. Also, most deals I see posted on here simply list the RRP as the 'next best' price, or at least the discount shown on the page linked to.


I didn't disable your ability to edit, but I'm aware the team are having issues with group categories dropping out of place when a post is edited, which I assume is the reasoning for that.

If you do see any posts in the future which are displaying the wrong NBP, please do report them so the team can act
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rojofa9226/03/2020 13:30

Noted, but I'd appreciate you not disabling my ability to edit without so …Noted, but I'd appreciate you not disabling my ability to edit without so much as a PM. Also, most deals I see posted on here simply list the RRP as the 'next best' price, or at least the discount shown on the page linked to. I can only find a deal near the supposed £6.43 a moderator edited this to on dodgy key reselling sites (HRK, Instant Gaming).


We'd all rather see the next best price, "RRP" is a joke of a concept and everyone knows it.
Great series, thanks OP
what a price, loved this game
rojofa9226/03/2020 13:30

Noted, but I'd appreciate you not disabling my ability to edit without so …Noted, but I'd appreciate you not disabling my ability to edit without so much as a PM. Also, most deals I see posted on here simply list the RRP as the 'next best' price, or at least the discount shown on the page linked to. I can only find a deal near the supposed £6.43 a moderator edited this to on dodgy key reselling sites (HRK, Instant Gaming).


Yeah it's unfair to put the next best price from a known dodgy site where keys are infamously reported deleted from player's accounts due to fraud and not refunded in some cases. Hopefully that's not where they're getting this £6 figure from.
if you pay for a choice account you do get an addition 20% taking it down to £2.99
muppetrider26/03/2020 18:56

Yeah it's unfair to put the next best price from a known dodgy site where …Yeah it's unfair to put the next best price from a known dodgy site where keys are infamously reported deleted from player's accounts due to fraud and not refunded in some cases. Hopefully that's not where they're getting this £6 figure from.



I haven't bought from Steam directly in nearly a decade, as it is always cheaper on other key selling sites. Not had a single game revoked in 10 years. Have you had one revoked or is this just an old wives tale that everyone says but it never happened to them?
Voted hot as I heard good things, however I wont buy it as it is free on ultimate game pass right now so will give it a go maybe sometime in the future. Still need to play Two Point hospital and Ori wild wisp first.
Edited by: "delahmed" 26th Mar
delahmed26/03/2020 20:11

I haven't bought from Steam directly in nearly a decade, as it is always …I haven't bought from Steam directly in nearly a decade, as it is always cheaper on other key selling sites. Not had a single game revoked in 10 years. Have you had one revoked or is this just an old wives tale that everyone says but it never happened to them?Voted hot as I heard good things, however I wont buy it as it is free on ultimate game pass right now so will give it a go maybe sometime in the future. Still need to play Two Point hospital and Ori wild wisp first.


"Old wives tale"

You must have been living under a rock if you think this is a myth. As a matter of fact my exact example happened to a very good friend of mine only a few weeks ago (an experienced gamer, not an "old wife").

I don't use grey market keys personally but have no problem if you do naturally, enjoy.

I dispute the idea every individual needs to be ripped off before they can acknowledge a risk factor.. to poorly paraphrase an old saying: 'The man with one eye learns from his mistakes, the man with two learns from the mistakes of others.'
muppetrider26/03/2020 20:23

"Old wives tale"You must have been living under a rock if you think this …"Old wives tale"You must have been living under a rock if you think this is a myth. As a matter of fact my exact example happened to a very good friend of mine only a few weeks ago (an experienced gamer, not an "old wife").I don't use grey market keys personally but have no problem if you do naturally, enjoy.I dispute the idea every individual needs to be ripped off before they can acknowledge a risk factor.. to poorly paraphrase an old saying: 'The man with one eye learns from his mistakes, the man with two learns from the mistakes of others.'


It's not even just the possibility that the key would get revoked that bothers me about the key resellers, it's that the keys could be sourced in scummy ways like using stolen cards. I've seen some developers say they prefer people pirating their games than getting them through key resellers.

I'd rather buy through Steam or legit sites like Humble/Fanatical even if it costs a bit more. At least I know the developer/publisher is getting their fair share.
Edited by: "rojofa92" 27th Mar
rojofa9226/03/2020 22:41

It's not even just the possibility that the key would get revoked that …It's not even just the possibility that the key would get revoked that bothers me about the key resellers, it's that they keys could be sources in scummy ways like using stolen cards. I've seen some developers say they prefer people pirating their games than sourcing them through key resellers.I'd rather buy through Steam or legit sites like Humble/Fanatical even if it costs a bit more. At least I know the developer/publisher is getting their fair share.


Agreed

I think my mate's key very likely got revoked by steam recently for one of those reasons you gave (which justifies Steam's product disablement policy and rightly so), after a month one of these grey market sites he bought it from (not realising the reality of the original source) hadn't resolved any refund at all.. about £30.. so it's limbo basically.

But yes, as you highlight, morally (if so inclined) the issue is not the revoking, it's using websites that promote corrupt keys in the first place. It just seems to resonate more with people when they find their key is revoked and then you start to consider the real world reasons why, whether it's a credit card that got reported stolen or a gang that got taken down or whatever.

I'm not trying to moralise or anything, just in real terms, if like with my mate, a game is £35 from a legit source or £30 from a grey market site.. then I'd rather save the hassle. The fact that in saving revokation risk is also not supporting carding is just a bit of icing on the cake but yes good point.

That said, as a philosophical aside.. I don't disagree with people using these grey market sites "per se" - because imo it's important for a society to have that ample supply of free will for one example of many: providing opportunities for people with no cash to have access to data. But that said, a legit site like hukd using grey market prices is a bit jarring (if true), especially when it's their policy and rules that sites in deals must be respected and legit.. so one would assume that it fits that credo that the nearest price field means nearest price from a legit and respected retailer rather than a retailer that systematically turns a blind eye to what is effectively the sale of fraudulent goods.
Edited by: "muppetrider" 26th Mar
rojofa9226/03/2020 22:41

It's not even just the possibility that the key would get revoked that …It's not even just the possibility that the key would get revoked that bothers me about the key resellers, it's that the keys could be sourced in scummy ways like using stolen cards. I've seen some developers say they prefer people pirating their games than getting them through key resellers.I'd rather buy through Steam or legit sites like Humble/Fanatical even if it costs a bit more. At least I know the developer/publisher is getting their fair share.



So far I've had no keys revoked, however I have only bought 2 games out of my nearly 200 games collection and I've paid a grand total of £4. CD keys seems more legit than the other ones, as they all offer some baseless "protection" at extra cost or use very odd websites that have stopped me buying a few times. So yer they probably get their keys in odd ways - such as buying up large quantities of humble bundles then selling the individual games on at profit - but if they get the keys by stealing them, then I should imagine they would get closed down.

Reselling means the developer now gets no money from the resale, however they should have got money from the original sale. This type of comment probably comes from the type of developer who believes that you should buy the same game over and over on streaming etc. But any sale is better than no sale, so presuming these sites are not illegal then they have to buy them legit at some point, which would mean a larger profit than they would of had quicker right?
Blofse27/03/2020 09:08

So far I've had no keys revoked, however I have only bought 2 games out of …So far I've had no keys revoked, however I have only bought 2 games out of my nearly 200 games collection and I've paid a grand total of £4. CD keys seems more legit than the other ones, as they all offer some baseless "protection" at extra cost or use very odd websites that have stopped me buying a few times. So yer they probably get their keys in odd ways - such as buying up large quantities of humble bundles then selling the individual games on at profit - but if they get the keys by stealing them, then I should imagine they would get closed down. Reselling means the developer now gets no money from the resale, however they should have got money from the original sale. This type of comment probably comes from the type of developer who believes that you should buy the same game over and over on streaming etc. But any sale is better than no sale, so presuming these sites are not illegal then they have to buy them legit at some point, which would mean a larger profit than they would of had quicker right?


pcgamer.com/uk/…2a/

This is an article about G2A where many developers are making those comments I alluded to.

Maybe they're not all as bad as G2A, but they're the same kind of site and you don't know what's going on behind the scenes with any of them.

Especially with new games, something shifty has to be going on if these places like CDKeys can sell them cheaper than the "official" prices immediately. Probably getting hold of a truck load of physical copies that were meant to be sold cheaper in a less economically developed market, then selling the keys printed inside online, making regional pricing almost impossible... Steam had to change their gifting policy to combat this on their own store.

If you can turn a blind eye to those things or just don't care then fair enough, but I wouldn't expect HUKD to be supporting such places.
rojofa9227/03/2020 09:42

https://www.pcgamer.com/uk/developers-tell-people-to-pirate-their-games-instead-of-using-g2a/This is an article about G2A where many developers are making those comments I alluded to.Maybe they're not all as bad as G2A, but they're the same kind of site and you don't know what's going on behind the scenes with any of them.Especially with new games, something shifty has to be going on if these places like CDKeys can sell them cheaper than the "official" prices immediately. Probably getting hold of a truck load of physical copies that were meant to be sold cheaper in a less economically developed market, then selling the keys printed inside online, making regional pricing almost impossible... Steam had to change their gifting policy to combat this on their own store.If you can turn a blind eye to those things or just don't care then fair enough, but I wouldn't expect HUKD to be supporting such places.



That's a good report so thanks for that. To be honest, I buy a majority of games from humble bundle which I believe is legit so I'm fairly clean "blind eye" wise, and the one game I did buy was doom 2016 for the shield only for bedusa to remove support a week later citing that every copy and every streamed copy should be seperatly paid for, so I'm kinda in the half way point as to what I feel is right!
I've so far not bought from G2A as that's one of the examples where they offer needless insurance which always stops me hitting the buy button...
Just bought this from humble via your deal, cheers.

I wonder what percentage the game company gets?
is this the 1st to play in the series ?
MaxStorm767827/03/2020 22:18

is this the 1st to play in the series ?


I'd say so yes, being a prequel it's the first chronologically so you don't need to know any of the story going into it.
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