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Beginner's Combat Guide To Yakuza 0

I decided to make this video to help newcomers understand the combat better and to let them know what they can do in it. If you're introducing someone to the series with Yakuza 0, then do share this video with them to let them know the basics and how-to of Yakuza 0's combat!

I apologize for the poor quality of the mic, I was planning to make this video after I get a new mic at the end of this month, but I thought this video had to be done as soon as possible to help newcomers before the release of Yakuza 0.

Top 8 Fighting Styles In Yakuza 0 (3K Sub Special)

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Here it is! I apologize for the delay, it was because I ordered a new mic and thought it'd be better if I waited for it to deliver a video with better quality, this mic makes the previous one look like utter crap! Anyway, I hope you enjoy the video, let me know what you think of the new mic quality and the video in the comments below!
At this rate, the next sub special may be at 4k instead of 3.5k.

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Yakuza 0 PS4 Gameplay - 7 Reasons You Need To Play It

Yakuza 0 is finally heading to PS4s in the west this January, and Hollie has managed to get her hands on it. We hope to whet your appetite with 7 reasons you're going to NEED to play it.

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Yakuza 0 (PS4) is a prequel to the much-loved Japanese game series. Is this huge crime world worth diving into? Jake takes a look.
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Giants, Zombies And 6 More Weird Things You Must See In Yakuza 0 On PC

Sega’s Japanese gangster sim series finally arrives on PC, with Yakuza 0 delivering some righteous beatings from August 1st. The best stuff happens around the edges of the story, as you meet giant muggers, fight off zombies during a music video and master karaoke and classic Sega arcade games. Noa shares her personal highlights.

The best bit about Yakuza 0 being the first Yakuza on PC is that it’s a prequel to the series, so you don’t need to have played the others to enjoy it. It’s set in 1988, which means that not only do you get to smash people over the head with traffic cones, you can do it while wearing some funky 80s fashion.

The game can be played as a straight brawler, but you get so much more out of it if you ignore the story and live life to the full in Kamurocho - enjoying the food, warbling pop hits in a bar or taking a partime job as a TV producer for a horrible diva of a director. Honestly, no ten minute sessions are ever quite alike, though all are equally daft.

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Where Should You Start? | Yakuza Series

Which game in the Yakuza series do I start at? Yakuza 0? Yakuza Kiwami? Yakuza? Yakuza 6?!
In the last video we talked about why you should give the Yakuza series a try, in today's video we will be discussing what is the best course of action for those of you who want to try and get into the Yakuza series. I go over a few games that you are the most likely wanting to start at and go over the pros and cons of each one.

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YAKUZA 0 (Zero) - [GUIDE] *Update: Defeat Mr.Shakedown Within 25 Seconds!!! (Tips in Description)

Here's a guide how to beat Mr.Shakedown instantly and get that cash flow in like a waterfall.


-If you would like Mr.Shakedown to be visible on your map than complete the Miracle Johnson substories. There are two and if you complete the 2nd one and choose the black box you'll get an Encounter Finder equipment to let you see Mr.Shakedown on your map. ( Sidenote, Miracle Johnson will also join your Real Estate and if you wanna grow fast, he's definitely essential! )

-In the game you can earn Completion Points, in the menu it will tell you how you can earn them and they are very easy to get. In the shrine you can see what you can buy with the CP. Go to the list which has the option to unlock the possibility to get more money after you defeat Mr.Shakedown. If you'll get that one you'll earn up to 50% more money after you defeat him.
So if you want to grind billions of cash quick, fight Mr Shakedown fully loaded, let him defeat you, find him and defeat him yourself and continue the process!

-Last and most important one, this is the real deal, the less than one minute promise. There are dream vending machines scattered all over the city. there are ones that'll cost you a million yen, put money in those untill you get the Zap Gun or you can buy it at the Dragon & Tiger store for 2mln+ yen. The damage that gun delivers is insane, if you run out of bullets just go repair it at the Dragon & Tiger store.

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Yakuza 0 Guide to Making Billions of Yen | No cheat or Exploit Needed

Yakuza 0 Guide to Making Billions of Yen | No cheat or Exploit Needed

Hello everyone. In this quick guide I will help you make your Yakuza 0 dreams come true. I will show you how you can make billions of Yen with a passive income method within the game mechanics. No cheat or exploit needed. Now you can buy all those expensive skills for Kazuma without any issues.

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Yakuza 0 - How to Max Out Your Money In 30 Minutes Or Less (9,999,999,999,999 Yen!)

This is a guide on how to make ridiculous amounts of money in Yakuza 0. I did this on the Japanese version but it works just the same! At one point in the game, there is a sub story and you will get in a dance battle with Miracle Johnson. After you get slaughtered, he asks you to pick a prize. PICK BLACK. This will get you the encounter finder. When you equip it, it will show you the location of Mr. Shakedown on the map. This isn't necessary for the money trick, but it will save you a ton of time and grief having to manually find Mr. Shakedown every time you are looking for him! Next you want to make sure you have spent the CP at the shrine so you get more money from Mr. Shakedown after you win. Then you want to start the process of losing and winning over and over, making more money each time you win. In a short time, you can easily max out the money counter to buy stats, real estate, and even send money to Majima!

Yakuza 0 - Telephone Club - How To Always Get Good Dates

This is a pretty simple game, but there are some subtleties that if you pay attention to will save you some time and grief in repeating dud dates. The trick is watching the speed of the prompt when you pick up the phone. In the example you'll notice the first two prompts are slow, and the fast prompt which I picked up for. This guarantees the good date you are looking for to complete the sub story. There are girls with red, blue, and green underwear, so if you get the fast prompt and it's already a color you've finished, start over until you get the color you need. EZ-PZ! This example uses the red underwear girl, and you can see the correct prompts for the date portion as well. Thanks for watching, smell ya later.

Yakuza 0 Tips - Ogita Dance Battle Minigame (Hard Difficulty)

Yakuza 0 Dance Battle Minigame - Substory 30: Maharaja Showdown on Hard Difficulty. Kazuma Kiryu vs Ogita.

Here are some Yakuza 0 tips on how I passed this particular dance battle substory, which can apply to the Dance Battle minigame in general. It wasn't easy and it took me loads of attempts. Even though I had been improving, the time I finally managed to beat Ogita was with a poor performance. Fluke?... Maybe... it's still a win.

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Yakuza 0 (Japanese: 龍が如く0 誓いの場所 Hepburn: Ryū ga Gotoku Zero: Chikai no Basho, lit. Like a Dragon 0: The Place of Oath) is an open world, action-adventure video game and is also a prequel to the Yakuza series of video games, developed and published by Sega. The game takes place in December 1988 in Kamurocho, a fictionalized recreation of Tokyo's Kabukicho and Shinjuku Golden Gai areas and Sotenbori, a fictionalized recreation of Osaka's Dotonbori. It was released in Japan for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in March 2015, with the Taiwanese version released in May 2015. It was released in North America and Europe for the PlayStation 4 on January 24, 2017.

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Why Yakuza 0 is a Masterclass in Managing Tone

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Top 10 Finishers In Yakuza 0

Yakuza 0 is home to some of the best finishers in gaming today. Some involve the various weapons while others just involve the environment. Check out the Top 10 Finishers In Yakuza 0 here.

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Yakuza 0 - How To Unlock Secret 4th Fighting Styles

This video demonstrates the fourth secret fighting styles that are you can unlock Yakuza 0 with a brief explanation on how to unlock them. The road to them may take several hours, but trust me, it's worth it.

10 things that will make you love the Yakuza series

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There are enough reasons to be excited about Yakuza but there’s also a big chance you are not familiar with the series. That’s why we present you 10 things that will make you love the Yakuza series!

1. Not GTA
Before we start mentioning some of the awesome things this series has to offer, we want to make clear that this is not a Japanese version of Grand Theft Auto. Yakuza is not an open world game like GTA or The Witcher. You get open environments, but not open worlds. Yakuza is an action adventure brawler that uses lots of elements from different genres. It has a weird mix of styles that makes the Yakuza series so much fun!

2. Lots of history, little time needed
The Yakuza series started on the Playstation 2. In over more than a decade 7 games have been released in the main series. Even though each game in the series is filled with an insane amount of story, you can still play each one as a standalone. Every Yakuza game starts with an introduction, to explain newcomers what is going on. And in the menu there’s a way to read up on the past. It’s a very nice way to get you up to speed!

3. Grows with you
Many of the characters in the series have been a part of multiple games. They will grow with you as well. Where Kiryu is a young mobster in the first game, he’s clearly a lot older in the later games. Most of the Yakuza games take place in the same district in Tokyo.

4. Brawling
You will be brawling a lot in Yakuza. Even when you are roaming the city, random thugs can come at you. As soon as you have unlocked some cool moves, the fighting gets better and better. The brawling is really engaging, as you are punching, blocking and dodging.

5. Density over Scale
For a game that’s not really open world, Yakuza does have a lot to offer. Walking from one side of an area to the other, takes about two minutes. But this virtual version of Tokyo is full of wonderful distractions. There are shops you can visit, people you can meet who offer side quests or you can go to a karaoke bar. And of course there are the hostesses who serve to please you. But above all, this game just offers a lot and does not require endless amounts of searching and walking.

6. Great characters
Kazuma Kiryu is a man who wants to do good but is pulled into the Yakuza over and over again. He can be considered the main character of the series. But in Yakuza 4 and newer games you always get to play other characters as well… creating a real feeling of brotherhood between the men. During your adventures you will meet a lot of interesting faces. Most of them are part of a yakuza gang and bound by the strict rules of those families. But the one that will make the biggest impact is Goro Majima.He’s really crazy!

7. Revelations
Yakuza is not only a brawler, it also has RPG mechanics. By doing missions, side quests or leveling up you can unlock new moves. These are often represented as revelations. The way this knowledge is introduced, is simply hilarious and brilliant at the same time. Of course this system is not implemented in the older Yakuza games, but it’s an excellent feature nonetheless.

8. Learning about Japanese culture
Not only does this game offer great gameplay, it will also teach you about Japanese culture. For example, in Yakuza 3 we learned that it’s not allowed to go to a Love Hotel on your own or with a friend. These hotels are REALLY meant for lovers… straight or gay.

9. Open minded
Yakuza does a good job at portraying sexuality in Japanese culture. It’s all a bit light hearted fun. You can call a sex line and of course there are the hostesses. But it goes further than that. There’s a side mission in which Kiryu meets a very muscular lady who falls in love and chases him. And then there’s a fight in a bath house, completely naked… because yakuza often met in bath houses since it made it harder to bring weapons.

10. Lots of variety
The Yakuza series has proven itself to be a very diverse game series. If you are tired of doing story missions you can go to the karaoke bar and sing a bit there. Or you can go on taxi missions. In Yakuza 5 this meant solving social problems for your clients and earning cash that way.

We believe that Yakuza is an amazingly deep series that deserves more love in the West. Do you like the Yakuza series? Are you as excited about Yakuza 0 or the other games? Let us know in the comments and please like the video and subscribe to the channel!

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Yakuza 0 is Bigger, Bolder and More Stylish Than GTA | The Completionist

On this week's episode of The Completionist I tackle my Yakuza 0 review! Get tickets to The Completionist Legacy for a show near you!

The Yakuza game series is know for it's detailed plots and complex characters, and with so many titles in the series it can be hard to jump in. That's why Yakuza 0 being a prequel, it's a great way to enter this rich series. Known for being a game that is also actually approved by the Yakuza itself, it blends genres and gameplay types throughout the game. A detailed crime drama, full of mini games to keep you invested and wondering just how much extra stuff is there to do in this game? Let's find out in my Yakuza 0 review!

3:43 - Chapter 1 A Legacy of Legend
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