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Yakuza 0 (Windows)

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Yakuza 0

Also known as: Ryu ga Gotoku Zero: Chikai no Basho (JP)
Developers: Ryu ga Gotoku Studios, Sega CS1
Publisher: Sega
Platform: Windows
Released internationally: August 1, 2018


ModelsIcon.png This game has unused models.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.


Yakuza 0 is the story of two really nice, law-abiding citizens who win UFO catcher prizes for children, race chickens and possess exceptional karaoke skill.

They can also whip off their suits at a moment's notice.

Unused Character Models

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Character models stored in /data/chara/w64/adv are used in the 'Adventure' portion of the game. By copying the contents of other folders, it is possible to load other models in the place of existing ones, provided they use the same skeleton type (i.e. Male, Female).

  • c_cm_dummy

Yakuza 0-c cm dummy.png

A bald-headed male character model wearing a suit.

  • c_cm_far_man

Yakuza 0-c cm far man.png

A low polygon human-like figure presumably intended for NPCs a great distance away from the player.

Regional Differences

Removed Songs

The English releases are missing two licensed songs, "Bubble" and "Kurenai" by Japanese band "Shōnan no Kaze", regardless of the language the game is played in or system locale. These tracks were replaced by original, instrumental tracks.

Kurenai and Bubble.

Lao Gui

Official render of Lao Gui as he appears in the Chinese version.

In the Chinese release of the game, Lao Gui's model and voice have been completely changed, giving him the face and voice of Hong Kong-based actor Sam Lee.

Revisional Differences

14 September, 2018 Patch 2

This patch removed the SaveAnywhere function from the settings.ini file found in appdata/roaming/sega/Yakuza 0/, which, when enabled, made the Save option available under System on the pause menu.