Yakuza 3 starts deceptively slow, with spiky-haired ex-mobster Kazuma quitting his life of crime and spending a few hours tending to his beloved orphanage. Whilst the first impression is worryingly reminiscent of a shiny piece of DS shovelware (Kazuma’s Orphanage Adventures?), you’ll soon be launched into an expansive, dangerous city replete with a plethora of side missions, Shenmue-style minigames and plenty of political intrigue. Oh, and more street brawling than even Mayor Haggar could handle. Well worth a punt at less than a tenner.