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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:27am 25/11/10 | 3 Comments
"These guys are so tough, they don't even use umbrellas" proclaims the narrator in today's Yakuza 4 trailer, which shows off the game running smoothly on the PS3 with slick visuals and a decent fighting system.

If you've never got into the series before, Yakuza 4 is definitely a good place to start; the trailer we're hosting today is a lengthy one, but it essentially offers a glimpse at the GTA type of play you'll be doing, only it has Japanese girls in it, which is win, win compared to the crazy ladies of Rockstar's beloved series. Oh and you can go batting in a baseball cage, which is also pretty cool.

Watch the trailer below, or click here to download it.













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Fuzzy
Posted 11:58am 26/11/10
Oh god I can't wait, love this series
Resonate
Posted 12:04pm 26/11/10
Haven't played the series yet, but i've been waiting for this one.
MatchFixah
Posted 12:46pm 26/11/10
I liked that trailer, but i think it would've been better if the voice over was with a Japanese accent.

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