Okay, after watching this eight-minute Yakuza: Of the End
gameplay trailer, we can now think of the game in a different way. Our bemusement is reduced and our interest increased. Instead of a really strange Yakuza
game, we now look at it as a cheesy zombie game with great production values -- like Onechanbara
, but less embarrassing and with a better budget. Kamurocho is still a great setting for games, and now it's a setting for a zombie game!
Well, maybe it's just marginally
less embarrassing. For some reason, the dating, hostess club, table tennis, and mahjong minigames are still present -- and for some
reason, Goro Majima finds an opportunity to sing. With backup dancers.