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I thought I was getting Yakuza 0 to 6, but is just 3, 4, and 5. That may just be my error when reading. The package was brand new though and came with 3, 4, and 5. So I am good. Lol I got all of Kiryu's story... That is all that matters.
Yakuza 3- is really not great. It shows its age with the wonky walk cycles, very unfun side stuff (which is usually most of the fun!) and just a storyline thats kinda worthless. I can see why this one wasnt brought over for so long, because its really not necessary. Yes theres some decent moments, but overall it felt like a stepping stone.
Yakuza 4- Okay, so unless the finale changes my opnion drastically, this one is MUCH better then 3. It still have some of the jankiness, but the story is a lot better and makes up for it. I was apprehensive going into this one, not being able to play our boy Kiryu right from the getgo, but the other main characters are actually relevant and a decent change of pace. They all play different and have interesting techniques. For instance, you can totally tank hits as the Tiger, but if you try that same thing with either the phoenix or the tortoise you are gonna get walloped. The split characters does something similar to Zero in that, each person gets more info and a different perspective on things, and when everything starts colliding, its really enjoyable. The combat in these older ones are definitely some of the weakest points, and again the side stuff isnt really as great as it was with Zero or two in my opinion, but theres some fun stuff, (like a Curry based super hero)
Yakuza 5- Havent played it yet, but can update when I do.
So for the two Ive played, the remasters are definitely alright. Three feels very weak, and is almost skippable, for four you definitely get your moneys worth. I wouldnt pay full $60 retail for the collection, but maybe $40 is a better idea. You can get that amount of enjoyment out of 4 alone, even if you really dont like three (like I do).
Played all the others so far ...into Y4 at the moment. Although these games do have some repetitive things on the same map..it does have a different story to keep you going. Plenty of time to play during quarantine...for sure.
This is the third, fourth, and fifth games for Yakuza. In fact, this is the first time five got a physical release outside of Japan, Asia, and Korea. The biggest difference I have noticed is with four, one of the characters, Masayoshi Tanimura, had to be redesigned due to his actor, Hiroki Narimiya, announced his retirement after being falsely accused of being on cocaine. The actor that he's modeled after now, Toshiki Masuda, is also the VA for a character in My Hero Acadamia. I haven't played it yet, but I did a quick search to make sure I had the Actors right. And the third game is running like a dream. Works well so far and it even came in much earlier than I had expected!