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Hiku said:
gooch_destroyer said: 

 

 as was the downright terrible Quantum Theory.

Had never heard of that game before. It looks like Gears of War vs Final Fantasy. lol

COKTOE said: 
I started with 3 on a lark and it was such a breath of fresh air. It's been so long, I'd honestly forgotten about the removed parts in 3. I've never plat'd any of them, but spent at least 120 hours+ on each of 3 ,4, and 5. Some of the side stories, Oh my god. Funny shit. Even the transphobic stuff, which is *cough* kiiinda there....it doesn't feel malicious at the very least. Don't get caught by the marauding trans sex monster! You cannot possibly withstand her sex attack! The best transphobic humor this side of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. Good times. Good times......This was mostly in 3 and 4. The character in question was treated with more reverence in Yakuza 5.

You're referring to Michiru? That was hilarious in Yakuza 3. I don't think I interacted with him/her in Yakuza 4, other than seeing her at a bar.

shikamaru317 said: 
This kind of contradicts what they said about why they didn't localize Yakuza Ishin. They said they were afraid to release it in the west because they thought that it couldn't be enjoyed without knowledge of Japanese history.

@shikamaru317 
Yakuza's popularity in the west seems to have grown recently, in particular with the release of Yakuza 0.
It was a good starting point for people who hadn't played parts 1-5.

Couple things. I think you are correct in that Michiru doesn't chase you in Y4, and is indeed at a bar. As the owner, I think?  But I think there is at least one sub-story with her. Maybe more. It's been a while, and I couldn't find any definitive answers. Also, in doing some research on this, I found a few more....questionable elements. I almost wonder if Sega will change a few things up for the remasters of 3 and 4. Some of the content is even more dicey than I remembered.



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