hi, since you're a new editor would you please be concern about the courtesy policy that make editors wait while another editor is undergoing important edits. that would avoid repeated edit conflicts. thanks. Cliché Online (talk) 11:39, 25 February 2010 (UTC)
UPDATE: A Sega PR rep e-mailed Kotaku the following statement:
Regarding Yakuza 3, we had a tight schedule to abide by for localizing and releasing Yakuza 3 in the west. Due to the limited time we were given we had to leave certain bits of the game out and we chose portions we felt didn't resonate with western culture i.e. a Japanese history quiz show and the concept of hostess clubs. We understand that this is not the optimum thing to do, but given the options of releasing the next chapter of a beloved game so that our fans can experience the story of Yakuza vs. not releasing it at all, we felt it was worth it to release it with 99% of the content intact. We made sure that the story in no way, shape or form changed from the lack of the quiz show or hostess clubs. You can still go into Cabarets and on dates with the ladies in the game and Kazuma still kicks major ass.
Yakuza 3 was released a year ago in Japan this week, which makes Sega's comments about time pressures confusing. If Sega clarifies, we'll update this post. source Cliché Online (talk) 11:52, 25 February 2010 (UTC)
- there is no romancing the girl without host club if kotaku played the game they would knew it. there is a specific mission that feels like prostitution and therfore was removed that no rocket science. Cliché Online (talk) 11:53, 25 February 2010 (UTC)
hi, i've found all 5 removed parts thanks to the leaked trophy list, and guess what, shogi and mahjong are really off. another minigame is removed this is the massage erogame. as expected the cabaret management mission is off, and the cabaret club are really off (romancing activites are still in like playing pool with an hostess or doing karaoke). voilà. if asking yakuza 3 still worth its money. Cliché Online (talk) 21:25, 27 February 2010 (UTC)
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