Yakuza 4 walkthrough video guide (PS3)

14 March 2011
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This Yakuza 4 walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for this PS3-exclusive fourth entry in the open-world action adventure series from Sega.

Set in a fully realized, authentic recreation of Tokyo’s “Sin-City District” the deep and interweaving crime drama of Yakuza 4 unfolds through the eyes of four unique and dangerous characters. Playing as the legendary Kazuma Kiryu, the loan shark Akiyama, escaped convict Saejima or detective Tanimura, players will need to survive the dangers and temptations of the Japanese underworld.

Visit Hostess clubs, try karaoke, or experience the pachinko parlors and other adult entertainment, only found in Tokyo. Each character will take on different missions, allowing the player to interact with the city from their unique viewpoints and experience every taboo in the underground world of Tokyo. And, for the first time in the series, you can explore the spectacular backdrop of the city’s skyline in addition to the city’s intricate underground system and its rich and realistic backstreets.

Table of Contents

Japanese walkthrough Part 1

Japanese walkthrough Part 2

Japanese walkthrough Part 3 – Chapter 1:1

Japanese walkthrough Part 4

Japanese walkthrough Part 5

Japanese walkthrough Part 6

Japanese walkthrough Part 7 – Chapter 1:2

Japanese walkthrough Part 8

Japanese walkthrough Part 9

Japanese walkthrough Part 10

Japanese walkthrough Part 11

Japanese walkthrough Part 12 – Chapter 1:3

Walkthrough videos for the English video of the game coming soon.

Thanks to TokyoDomeSF4 for the walkthrough videos.

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