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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.

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 - Before You Buy

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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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 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 Angry Review

YukuzaJoe's Review a new title in the storied Japanese Franchise, Yakuza! Is it worth your time outside of fans and Japan? Find out!

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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.

All our footage is capture from a PC preview build and the full review will appear on Rock Paper Shotgun soon - I’ll pop a link in the comments. If you have any questions about Yakuza 0 on PC, let us know in the comments and we’ll try to answer them.

Why Yakuza 0 is a Masterclass in Managing Tone

(No major plot spoilers in this video. Some substories are mentioned.)

Yakuza 0 is a wildly dissonant experience, swinging violently between super-serious gangster intrigue, slapstick violence and over-the-top melodrama. It's the absolute best.

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Why Game Informer Gave Yakuza 0 A 9.25

In this excerpt from The Game Informer Show, Jeff Cork talks about his glowing review for Yakuza 0 and explains why it's a great entry point for this bizarre but compelling adventure from Sega.

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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!

The Story of Yakuza Zero In Under 10 Minutes|| Yakuza 0 Plot Summary

Summarizing a 50 hour game into under 10 minutes is hard but with Yakuza coming out on pc anytime now i thought now was a better time than ever to get started on this video . i love the yakuza series so making this video was worth all the effort!! anyway do check it out ,

n Kamurocho, Tokyo, Kiryu is suspected of murder after the man that he has collected money from winds up dead in the Empty Lot
In Sōtenbori, Majima runs a cabaret club after being exiled from the Tojo Clan due to the botched Ueno-Seiwa hit years earlier, involving his oath brother, Taiga Saejima

Yakuza 0 - Batting Cage Minigame ( Earn a total of 5 Million by batting) Easy Way

after you win, repeat this process 4 more times for a total of 5 victories = 5 Million Yen.
TOP TIP: If you watch Kiryu, he will stop moving the bat when the ball is close, that is your cue to hit X.
Basically that and get used to some of the timing on some of the pitches, as the window on a couple of them is pretty small so being able to anticipate helps a lot.

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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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 (PS4) - Cabaret Club menu exploit

Found a small menu loophole in the Cabaret Club mini-game.

Whenever the game zooms in on a table and there's a contextual menu, you can press X and O simultaneously to both select and back out of the menu. This lets you respond to a situation like normal without it actually becoming resolved, and you can zoom in on it again for a short time period.

0:00 - I chose to show this variation first because it's visually the most attractive.

As you may know, giving quick help to a platinum hostess starts a special cutscene afterwards. If you use the menu loophole before the cutscene, the timer of the help situation will continue counting down behind the cutscene. After the cutscene ends (or is manually closed), you get the complaint that you misread the girl's signal, even though you just completed the mini-game successfully and got its bonus. The message also creates a slightly glitchy looking freeze frame when it appears, which is nice.

0:51 - because you can open any zoomed-in context menu repeatedly thanks to the menu loophole, you can give help to a hostess repeatedly too. This gives cumulative bonuses to customer happiness and also helps you grind for a nearly endless amount of bonus orders, all without wasting almost any in-game time. In real-time it's a rather slow grind, though.

As you can see, the customer starts at negative but eventually ends up at positive after Majima swindles an extra million yen off him.

The customer happiness increase is not 100% guaranteed. The optimal timing for responding to a girl's request may vary in weird ways because the timing of the situation becomes a bit messed up with repeated activations.

In any case, this is the most useful thing you can do with this loophole, and could be handy in grinding your way to victory if you enter a cabaret battle completely unprepared. Or just grinding extra exp for a specific hostess through a dozen extra bonus orders.

1:45 - you can use menu loophole inside check-out menu as well, but it's completely useless. Most options lead to the guest leaving, which ends the glitch. And the option which leads to the session continuing longer doesn't work too well after you use the loophole: the guest will leave in just a few seconds regardless if you succeed in persuading him to stay.

2:05 - the Trouble!-menu can be glitched too, but again, you don't get any particularly desirable results from this because all of the options this menu leads to are kind of negative.

If you manage to resolve the problem, things seem to calm down at first, but you can still zoom-in back again to resolve the situation again. This usually just wastes your resources, so it isn't worth it beyond the humor value.

Uniquely to the Trouble!-menu, if a guest leaves, you still have short amount of time to zoom back in to resolve a conflict in a now empty table.

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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.

Yakuza 6 - 14 Things You NEED To Know Before You Buy

It's been a long time coming, but the Yakuza series has well and truly found a strong footing with the masses. It's always been a franchise with a huge following in Japan, but with the incredible Yakuza 0's launch last year, which was then followed up with Yakuza Kiwami, the series now has the kind of love and adoration from Western audiences it always deserved.

And there's a lot more to come still. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life launches in the West for the PS4 in April, and based on everything that we've seen of the game, it looks like a worthy follow up. In this feature, we're going to take a look at fourteen pieces of information that have got us quite excited to get our hands on Kazuma Kiryu's next adventure.




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.

How to Play: Shogi

Yakuza Fan's official guide to Shogi. These are tips for absolute beginners or anyone that needs a refresher course.
Even if you don't play Yakuza and just want to learn the basics of Shogi, this is a good spot to start.
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