Yakuza 3 Premium Edition £32.85 at Shopto
Yakuza 3 Premium Edition  £32.85 at Shopto

Yakuza 3 Premium Edition £32.85 at Shopto

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YAKUZA 3 Premium Edition


4 pieces of DLC

Battle for Survival

All-Star Tournament (7 character tournament)

All-Star Tag Tournament (8 team tournament)


31 track soundtrack

Yakuza Who's Who? family tree

Kazuma and Haruka, having severed their ties to the Yakuza world, have left Kamurocho to seek a new life in Okinawa where they manage an orphanage for children. However, their peaceful life is soon interrupted when a series of events unfold pulling Kazuma back into the shadowy past he thought he had left behind, in order to protect those he loves.

Making its first appearance exclusively on the PlayStation 3 platform, the rich story and vibrant world of Yakuza 3 lets players engage in intense brutal clashes within the streets of Okinawa, and the vibrant and often dangerous city of Tokyo where only the strongest will survive.


Really enjoyed the demo of this, but not sure that I have the time to invest in it.


but not sure that I have the time to invest in it.

Same here. Heavy Rain end of Feb, BFBC2 last week, FF13 this week, God of War 3 next week :thinking:

as above totally agree I figure this wont sell aswel as those games decided against getting this heavy rain BFBC2 and GOW3 ppick up FF13 by the time I finish that these should be alot cheaper this especially

I cancelled my preorder for this with The Hut as they're back to their old tricks of not having it to send out for release date. I've been wishing that this would come out for so long, I'd feel guilty not buying it when it comes out waiting for it to bomb and getting it cheaper :P

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Reviews have been quite good for this game. I am waiting for FF13 to go down in price, not in a rush to play it after hearing it is too linear.

Also,waiting for Heavy Rain to go to about £20 as am not going to be paying full price for an 8hr game which in both ign and gamespot reviews, seems like there is a lot of replayability value due to all the endings but most decisions doesn't really affect the story in the sense it is completely different if this and this happens.

Trust me, Heavy Rain isn't that replayable. It'll take you about 5 hours to get through the game the first time, then another couple getting the other endings which is more of a chore because there's no skip dialogue or cutscene button.

I put in my order, had second thoughts and tried to cancel it, they said they had already processed it and sent it out... All I can say is I hope it doesn't drop 15 quid in a week like Dark Void and Bayonetta.

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I played the demo and liked it, thanks for telling me about heavy rain, will wait for that price to drop then.
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