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Presenting the PlayStation 3 era Yakuza titles in a single package - remastered in 1080p 60fps for PlayStation 4. On the PS3 the Yakuza games ran at 720p 30fps, so expect a very different feel to the action. In addition to a visual upgrade the English translation and script has been revised and updated, with even some previous cut content being added.

For Yakuza 3, this means stuff like Mahjong, Shogi, and the Massage Parlor becoming available in the West for the first time. All three titles will be released digitally first - with a physical release to follow. Yakuza 3 is available now, with Yakuza 4 due for release on October 29, and Yakuza 5 set to arrive on February 11, 2020.

A Yakuza Remastered Collection: Day One Edition is also planned as per below. And as a nice touch a Yakuza 5 PS3 case will come bundled - to mark the game's physical retail debut (the original PS3 release never made it to shelves).

Once out in the wild this will mean all six Yakuza games from SEGA will be available on a single platform. So, if you haven't had the pleasure of beating up street thugs, eating food, and being part of crime organisation in Japan - now's the time to jump in.

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