Yakuza 0 Steam Key @ Fanatical - £11.99
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Yakuza 0 Steam Key @ Fanatical - £11.99

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Found 4th Aug
Seems to be the best price at the moment for this so am tempted to draw the trigger myself.
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Currently £10.45 at Voidu with code SUMMER18
This is a steal for that price. So much content in this game, plus it's a great entry point into the Yakuza series if you were wanted to explore the games.
How doe it run on pc? Any impressions?
Are this one of them games that go 50% off during steam sale, might just wait for a real sale.
is this game anything like sleeping dogs?
BuzzDuraband1 h, 34 m ago

Currently £10.45 at Voidu with code SUMMER18


Make sure your bank doesn't charge you for paying in euro though, and if you pay by PayPal then it'll have its own conversion rate which is prob gonna cost less then what your bank will charge you.
I bought this last week with the summer% discount code and paid by card and Santander charged me £1.50 I think it was, and I used PayPal for Two Point Hospital before that and the conversion was an extra 70p.
John_Chapmank5I53 m ago

How doe it run on pc? Any impressions?


It's running nice and smooth on my PC
allaboutthetwizzler4th Aug

is this game anything like sleeping dogs?


There are similarities, if you were a fan of Sleeping Dogs (as I am) you should enjoy this. The story is very in depth with many lengthy cut scenes but this is the kind of game where you appreciate the story.
The gameplay is fun for about 5 minutes. At it's core it feels like a ps2 game as the town is so small, loading screens galore, simple combat and barely counts as free roam - you can't go around beating up anyone, when you approach an enemy a mini cutscene takes place where you then can only 'enter' combat.

Basically you only play this game for the story.
Crazy price been playing this a hell of a lot
LilHammerette2 h, 47 m ago

There are similarities, if you were a fan of Sleeping Dogs (as I am) you …There are similarities, if you were a fan of Sleeping Dogs (as I am) you should enjoy this. The story is very in depth with many lengthy cut scenes but this is the kind of game where you appreciate the story.



Is it? they keep harping on about an empty lot, story is utter contrived nonsense to be fair, where they find some reason for you to have yet another fight with the same guy 5 times....If it was a film i would have been asleep after 10 minutes

I still liked the game, but mostly for the mini games and japanese humour, remove them and you're left with a shaggy-dog story
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 5th Aug
John_Chapmank5I17 h, 36 m ago

How doe it run on pc? Any impressions?


LilHammerette16 h, 43 m ago

It's running nice and smooth on my PC


Supposedly having lots of problems, one example is during long cut scenes if the screensaver kicks in the game crashes.
I've had no issues apart from a single issue of garbled audio for about 5 seconds during a cut scene which may have been caused by a random background process. I'm running it maxed out on Ryzen 5 2600X at stock, with a GTX 1070 and 16GB of Ram. Currently on Chapter 5. There is so much to do in the game world it's easy to become caught up in a side quest or mini game for half a hour...
Thanks for the replies guys. For this price you can't go wrong
Can the cut scenes be skipped or do you have to watch them all.
mark62262 h, 22 m ago

Can the cut scenes be skipped or do you have to watch them all.


Yes you can skip them.
a55assin4th Aug

The gameplay is fun for about 5 minutes. At it's core it feels like a ps2 …The gameplay is fun for about 5 minutes. At it's core it feels like a ps2 game as the town is so small, loading screens galore, simple combat and barely counts as free roam - you can't go around beating up anyone, when you approach an enemy a mini cutscene takes place where you then can only 'enter' combat. Basically you only play this game for the story.


Except not really? The story is great, as are all the side quests, as are all of the mini games (many of which are games unto themselves). The gameplay is simple but I've spent 200+ hours with these games so far and it's still fun.
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