Goro Majima (真島 吾朗, Majima Gorō.) is a recurring major character in the Yakuza series.
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Yakuza 4 introduces three new characters to the Yakuza franchise: Shun Akiyama, Taiga Saejima, and Masayoshi Tanimura.
Each character has their own storyline that ties into the overall events taking place, and in combat each controls similarly to Kiryu, although with their own simplified move set and personal flourishes: Akiyama has several moves involving taunting, Saejima can use his immense strength to lift heavy objects and people, and Tanimura can counter attacks while blocking as well as chain a combo into a HEAT action.
Bringing with him a bag containing 6 disposable revolvers, they planned a hit with Majima making protests about not telling Yasuko that both of them are likely to end up in prison for their assassination and Saejima brushing him off.
On the day of the hit however, Majima received a phone call from Shibata to forbid him from going to the assassination as the Dojima Family did not want to hold joint responsibility and letting Taiga going off to make the move that would shake the clan for years to come.
Although the game predominantly takes place in the fictional Tokyo district of Kamurocho, the area has seen some expansion in the way of newly accessible rooftops, an underground mall and parking garage, and a sewer system.
As in previous Yakuza games, side stories and mini-games can be found by wandering the streets and entering businesses.
Hostess clubs and a massage parlor also make their return after having been excluded from the western release of Yakuza 3; the only content cut from the western release of Yakuza 4 is the Answer x Answer arcade game and the theme song "Butterfly City".
This game, much like its predecessors, is a mix of actual and imaginary names and locales.
La réalisation peut paraître bizarre au premier coup d’œil, tirant sur le comics., mais s’avère finalement efficace pour laisser un brin de mystère.