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Yakuza: Dead Souls (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
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27 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00690M27E
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 16 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,200 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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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.

  • 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 3rd person shooting mechanic, a wide array of guns and upgrades, and a city packed full of the undead

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr J E Martin on 18 April 2012
I love the Yakuza games, they are very quirky and the closet thing to playing shenmue in this generation of consoles, this chapter plays like a hybrid of Resident Evil and Yakuza, sadly that also includes slightly clunky controls too. So far enjoying the bonkers story and side quests, would def recommend to lovers of bizarre cult Japanese games and humour
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sheepy on 1 Nov. 2012
I'll start by saying I'm a huge fan of this series, and long may it continue, there really is no other game series currently like it.
So after recently completing Yakuza 4, I decided to get this mostly out of curiosity. Yes I heard the bad reviews, but come's a Yakuza game, it has to be that bit special.

First impression - the bad reviews were a bit unfair. This is not a "bad" game at all. In came the characters we'd come to know from the other games, and again it was set in that part of the city, which if we'd played the other games, we'd come to sort of love.
Here though came one shock. It is a very uneasy feeling to see that city, the setting of many gaming memories, completely trashed and crawling with zombies!

The characters had the same old quirks, and the locations were familiar - but this is set a bit after Yakuza 4 so some building work had been completed.....I won't give too much away. It was the familiar city.
Perhaps it's taking it too seriously, but it almost felt strange that there were different girls in the hostess clubs. Maybe Chihiro had graduated from college and Rio's blog had taken off and she was now earning serious money, but anyway, that is being way too analytic.

Back on track, storyline it's a Yakuza game, and if you've played others, you know pretty much what to expect - lots of cut scenes and crazy humour.

Gamewise however, unfortunately, it is flawed. Too many zombies at one go and the console will almost grind to a halt. The shooting is painfully bad - and it is near impossible to be accurate.
One big downside is that the side missions are frankly "go out, shoot zombies, get back". The possibility of boredom quickly is high.
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A really underated game. Yakuza is one of those great games no one knows about. In Japan this game is a best seller.

This game drifts from the realistic storytelling by introducing a virus that can mutate and inject morphin into people's minds, then those now infected are made to share that virus with others. Maybe a bit cliche considering how popular survival horror is, but this game breaksaway from the cliche by mixing this with a story centred around the yakuza.
I haven't played Yakuza 2, its the only one I still need to play, but we have returning characters. There are emotional moments as you get deeper into the game, although the story minly begins to pick up once you rach Ryuda's story. Kiryu has a longer story thankfully unlike Yakuza 4 so don't panic if you feel there isn't a story upto Majima.
Although this game is a spin-off and can easily be brushed off as non-canon, the storytelling elements actually can fit into the Yakuza timeline since everything works out in the end. The only characters that'll die are those who weren't supposed to be around in the main series - e.g. the villains of course.

The gameplay is good, it actually works nicely and camera control is fluid so it can be helpful for narrow corridors or when you are surrounded by zombies. It can become boring though to replay once you're finished since it becomes a zombie grindfest. I guess it depends on your mood at the time and whether you feel like going on long sidequests to kill zombies. However, the price on this game is good value, I recommend people start picking the Yakuza titles as it is one of the best games in the ps3 gen and still has all the elements that defined the golden era of the psone and two, that is the fact that all unlockable are in the game instead of having to be milked for DLC that ruin the sense of surprise unlockables. So I already have a sense of brand loyalty.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By zyn on 3 Jun. 2012
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A spin off title in the "Yakuza" ("Ryu ga Gotoku" in Japan) series, Dead Souls focuses on a "what if" scenario where a zombie outbreak occurs in Kamurocho.

Featuring characters: Kazuma Kiryu (main character in most Yakuza games), Goro Majima (also a character since the start), Ryuji Goda (of Yakuza 2) and Shun Akiyama (of Yakuza 4); they each play a role in trying to stop the outbreak.

The gameplay changes from what Yakuza is mainly about--fighting. Instead, you now mainly use guns, from shotguns to gatling guns. Returning is the upgrade system, not only for the player character; but now for weapons and armour. Dead Souls still uses most of the familiar Yakuza systems of inventory management, playable mini games (such as: Mahjong and Gambling), and the familiar setting of Kamurocho (although somewhat changed due to the outbreak).

With the main mission of stopping the outbreak, there are side quests of helping people with their problems, should you choose to do so.

Bad points of the game include the character animation, where once hit, it takes you a couple of seconds to get up and move. Problem with this, is that any object sent towards you will knock you down. This state of always getting hit by something will repeat this animation until you are clear to move away--which can lead to you losing quite a lot of health. Another bad aspect of the game, a minor for most people, is that you cannot change the control setup. You will have to aim with the left stick, instead of the shooter standard right stick.

Nonetheless, the game is fun and any Yakuza fan should play this game.
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