Yakuza 4 Dated For Japan

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The latest entry in SEGA's PS3 exclusive Japanese gangster franchise Ryu Ga Gotoku (Yakuza in the West) has gotten a release date.

The underworld title features celebrities like former Morning Musume singer Mari Yaguchi (pictured).

The game's release is March 18, 2010, and it is priced at ¥7,980 — US$90. This past February, Ryu Ga Gotoku 3 went on sale, and in March 2008, Ryu Ga Gotoku KENZAN! went on sale. Look forward to Ryu Ga Gotoku 5 February - March 2011 in Japan and the Ryu Ga Gotoku 6 the year after that.
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i dont think the above pic depicts the game...
have played yakuza 1 and must say good storyline but needs better combat which i cant tell if they improved on 2 or 3
90$ is kinda expensive so they must be sure tht the game is good
 

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