Yakuza Kenzan!

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Yakuza Kenzan!
Developer(s) Sega
Publisher(s) JP Sega
Series Yakuza
Release date(s) JP March 6, 2008
Release type PlayStation 3 exclusive
Genre(s) Action, Adventure
Mode(s) Single-player
GameID(s) BLJM60064 (IRD)
Demo
NPJB90071, NPJB90072
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Ryū ga Gotoku Kenzan! (Japanese: 龍が如く 見参!, "Like a Dragon Arrives!"), unofficially known as Yakuza Kenzan, is the first ever spin-off game in the Yakuza Series released only for the PlayStation 3. This spin-off is set during the Edo Period, in 1605, just right after the end of a 5 year old historical Battle of Sekigahara.

After being defeated by the Tokugawa clan at the historical Battle of Sekigahara which took place on October 20, 1600, Miyamoto Musashi retired from his great swordsman life to become a modest yojimbo (bodyguard) in Gion (祇園), Kyoto. Five years after the battle, a little girl named Haruka comes to Gion seeking a local hitman known as Kazumanosuke Kiryu which is actually Miyamoto's new identity. After eventually finding Kiryū, Haruka asks for him to assassinate an impostor pretending to be Miyamoto Musashi.

Configuration

Only options that deviate from the default configuration to ensure best performance is listed below. The full list of default options is available here.

GPU configuration

Setting Option Notes
Framelimit Auto A couple minigames are 60fps and the game doesn't cap by itself.

Known Issues

SPU LLVM

Avoid using SPU LLVM as it will create unwanted visual effects on pre-rendered videos. This issue is being tracked as part of Issue 4994.

Average Framerate

It is know the average framerate is 30fps but the 1% and 0.1% are both 15fps. This introduces microstuttering during crowded areas or during multiple cutscenes, it can be distracting.

Shadows

Some shadows may not render correctly and are inverted, these are just some minor visual issues and don't impact the gameplay or the cutscenes by much.

AMD GPUs

AMD GPUs are known to suffer from exploding vertices and broken shadows.