Summary: I'm a collector for good series of game and I wanted to discover the second opus so I paid for receiving it and was satisfied. I like how the story is told and the action is as good as the first one. I didn'T finished the game already. It appears that it is longer than the first one which is good. Can't wait to play more.
Its worth your money if you want a fun Rpg beat em up
6 March 2012
Summary: I am a fan of the series and I personally think its a huge improvement over the first one mainly because there is more to do and it is really challenging especially with all of the side quests to do and the witty dialogue when hitting on a hostess girl in the game
Summary: The Yakuza 2 video game is one the best games i've ever played. This game beats most of the PS2 games i've ever played.From the storyline and plots to the fighting control system this game will keep you entertained for hours. You'll hate to turn off the game because you'll want to keep playing to see what happens next.Not only that but the side missions and host bars and everything you liked about the first Yakuza game is amplified and made better.
Summary: I am surprised about the story, it's very good like a movie. There is a very good mixture between graphic adventure and fighting. I didn't play the first one but there is no problem because you can see a summary about the first part.
Excerpt: Familiarity is definitely no bad thing for this excellent second entry to SEGA’s Yakuza series, as the return of a comprehensive combat system, a superb central character and a wealth of engaging missions outweigh its ugly presentation and patchy translation. One year after the events of the first game, Kazuma Kiriyu is lured back to the city of Kamourocho (a recreation of a Tokyo red-light district) where he must attempt to keep the peace between his clan, the Tojo, and...
Pros: Great combat, fine story, positive new additions, Kazuma Kiriyu
Cons: Dated presentation, poor translation and sound quality