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In terms of new content, Sega promises “added distractions” — including the “Majima Everywhere” system, in which Goro Majima will regularly surprise and challenge players to combat — and about 30 minutes of new cutscenes.
The original was released on Play Station 2 in Japan in 2005.
Worse yet, Kiryu's childhood sweetheart is also nowhere to be found, and with the entirety of the Japanese underworld on the hunt for the missing cash, Kiryu is all but lost until he finds the orphan girl Haruka, searching for her aunt who shares the same name as Kiryu's missing love.
What follows from there is a web of betrayal, underworld politics, and redemption as nothing will stop Kiryu from regaining his honor.
Date felt responsible and looked over her following her husband's death, but became quite smitten with her.
She's largely absent in the fourth game as she attends to family, with Date taking her place, but she returns in the fifth.
When Kiryu and Haruka leave the orphanage, he's the one who takes over in their absence, and writes Haruka a fan-letter using the pen name "Dragon Mask Man"..
A quick thinker who is also quiet, caring and committed, she carries a motherly role to the orphanage, but tends to put others ahead of her own needs.
The Defense Minister, Ryuzo appears in the third game as one of the two politicians vying for the Prime Minister job.Patriarch of the Hamazaki family that works on the fringes of the Tojo, they are vital but mistrusted for their close links to the Chinese Triads, and helped take over Yomohama with the help of Lau Ka Long.Big, ugly and nasty, Hamazaki is an opportunistic thug who will do whatever it takes to succeed. The so-called extreme HD remake will feature “completely recreated graphics,” according to Sega, and re-recorded audio from the game’s original Japanese voice actors.
The “rebuilt from the ground up” version of the Play Station 2 original will retail for .99."Morning Glory" ("Sunshine" in the early English localizations) is an orphanage sited in Okinawa, with connections to the Sunflower orphanage where Kazuma, Nishiki, Yumi, and Haruka grew up in.