Yakuza 3 (PS3) - £9 @ Tesco Entertainment
Yakuza 3 (PS3) - £9 @ Tesco Entertainment

Yakuza 3 (PS3) - £9 @ Tesco Entertainment

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Know it's been cheaper in the past but probably getting harder to find with Yakuza 4 out. Might still be of interest to some people.

The third chapter in SEGA’s sweeping action series sees Kazuma pulled back into the underworld of the Yakuza to protect those he cares about.

Having finally escaped the dark world of Japan’s Yakuza crime syndicate, Kazuma and Haruka have left the streets of Tokyo to start a new life for themselves. Dragged back into this criminal world to defend his loved ones, Yakuza 3 sees Kazuma face brutal combat on the streets of Okinawa, a neon-covered city within Tokyo’s walls. Renowned Japanese author Masayoshi Yokoyama returns to the Yakuza series with an engaging criminal plotline told with the original Japanese voiceovers intact.

Yakuza’s typical authenticity is now on show across Tokyo, with restaurants, bars and shops adding a sense of immersion to Yakuza 3’s detailed world. Players can also explore each town in new ways thanks to the free camera mode and fast-paced chase sequences. While exploring the far reaches of Tokyo, a seamless combat system can kick in at any moment, allowing players to perform brutal combat moves against the multiple enemies waiting for them on the streets.

Yakuza 3 continues the dark and mature plot of the ongoing Yakuza saga, while creating a more immersive and detailed depiction of the streets of Toyko.

Storied franchise enjoys a hardcore following with true video-game enthusiasts
Tokyo and Okinawa are rendered with stunning accuracy
Play a variety of mini-games including billiards, karaoke or even take in a game of golf
Engage in a variety of real-life activities from buying items in licensed shops & businesses to eating in restaurants you can find on actual streets of Tokyo
Seamlessly transition into intense fights more brutal than ever before
Gain fighting experience by training with teachers, getting "heavenly inspiration" or by remembering new moves from previous battles

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