Yakuza 0 is what happens when you're thrown into 1980s Japan playing well, a Yakuza — a member of an organised crime syndicate in Japan. Or in this case two of them. Through the game's 17-odd chapters, you'll alternate between Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima, across the locales of Kamurocho and Sotenbori — two fictional districts in Tokyo and Osaka respectively. <>br<> Don't let the open-world moniker fool you though, this isn't close to GTA or Ubisoft's many attempts at open-world glory. Rather, you'll find yourself traversing many a well-worn street peppered with side-quests. From filling in for a TV producer to beating up thugs, these side missions, coupled with an astonishing amount of detail and density make Yakuza 0 feel more epic than it should be. Watch the review to find out why we gave Yakuza 0 a perfect score.