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Black Salt Synopsis:
With only four days left the clock ticks down towards a new world holocaust. The only thing standing in its path is Interpol's deadliest black-ops agent, Samuel Tharpe. Sam hunts down the path of a game-changing WMD called the Exterminatus. He follows hot on its trail deep into the ancient land of China where he must seek aid from the Abbot at the Shaolin Temple. An evil Yakuza master stole the Exterminatus and seeks to use it in the East. Sam must prove his worthiness by fighting one of the Temple's most skilled monks. Prepared to lay down his own life in exchange for the lives of his family and the world, Sam steps forward and engages in combat. Only his long-past training by the Shaolin master, Yu Bai Shek will make him a worthy hero. Written by Philip Daay
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Yakuza , also known as gokudō , are members of traditional organized crime groups in Japan. Outside of Japan, the term also refers to traditional Japanese organized crime in general. Today, the yakuza are one of the largest organized crime phenomena in the world.
In Japanese legal terminology, yakuza organizations are referred to as bōryokudan, literally "violence groups". Yakuza members consider this an insult, as bōryokudan is a term which can be applied to any violent criminal. In the Western press they are sometimes called the "Japanese mafia", by analogy with other traditionally Italian-Sicilian organized crime groups of the same name. For a list of present and past yakuza gangs, see the bōryokudan page.
the third installment in the Yakuza video game series. It is being developed and published by Sega exclusively for the PlayStation 3.
Yakuza 3 - Become a kazuma Trailer for Playstation 3, coming out this March 2010!
Check out the sights and sounds of SEGA's upcoming crime drama, Yakuza 3.
Yakuza 3 is the next cinematic chapter in the prestigious video game saga offering an authentic, gritty and often violent story set in modern day Japan. Following the events of the previous game, Kazuma and Haruka (his adopted daughter) have left Kamurochoto to seek a new life in Okinawa where they manage an orphanage for children Distributed by Tubemogul.
Face your past as Kazuma in Yakuza 3.
Step inside the minds behind SEGA's open-world crime epic in the latest Yakuza 3 Developer Diary.
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It's time to re-enter the world of Japanese organized crime in Yakuza 4.
What will it be tonight? Casual sushi and a little karaoke? Or the red light district of Tokyo where the Yakuza rule?
Enter the seedy world of Japanese organized crime and all the players connected in Yakuza 4.
They say money can't buy love but Mr. Akiyama doesn't listen to popular opinion. Explore his charming ways with women and his dangerous rise to power in Yakuza 4.
What's a household name in the underworld circuit doing packing up his pistols to find inner peace? Find out who he was kidding thinking he'd get it, in the action filled Yakuza 4.
Tanimura: Think good cop gone bad. You're more likely to bump into him in a backstreet bar than on a beat in Yakuza 4.