That's the guy over there. Trouble in the Tojo Clan The chapter starts out with Akiyama and Kido taking a leak in the bathroom and they are talking about Sugiuchi being overly curious of Akiyama and Arai about when they met and what the terms of the loan with Kanemura.
You can ignore substories entirely if you so choose and still complete the main game, but completion of various substories unlocks minigames, provides bonus gear and experience, and provides hours of additional gameplay.
A couple of side missions kind of look like substories—particularly Kiryu and Tanimura's dealings with Akaishi and the Kamurocho volunteer squad—but don't actually count towards that total.
You receive the call for this substory while you're on your way to meet Kido in Return to Sky Finance at any point thereafter to meet Shiohara, a prospective customer. Give him all three of Akiyama's tests, one after another, until you get the option a fourth. Its president is standing by the side of the street with a green arrow over his head.
As a reward, you'll receive 5, XP and the Memoirs of an Action Star, an item that shows up in the Valuables tab of your inventory. It provides three weapon designs. You'll probably run into this substory in , while you're heading to meet Kido. Talk to her after her argument concludes, and she'll meet you back at the office. You'll need to beat up a few loan sharks while you're at Adam, two of which are armed. Once you've seen Shoko at all three locations, meet her back at Sky Finance.
You'll receive a Protective Amulet and 3, XP. You now have five minutes to get three girls' phone numbers, so speak to as many of them as possible. The timer is still running while dialogue boxes are open, so try not to talk to anyone else; it wastes time. You'll probably have to beat up a couple of jealous boyfriends, but the key to finishing this in time is mostly just being thorough.
Look for women with green arrows above their heads, and be flattering; compliment them on being attractive if the choice comes up. Complete the challenge in time to earn 5, XP. Starting in , there's a guy named Taniguchi outside the Elise on Taihei Blvd. Talk to him, then go meet him later on south of the Millennium Tower. Pick whatever option you prefer to dress him up differently, and advise him to listen to what the hostesses are saying.
Taniguchi will reward you for your tutelage with Shiny Shine! At the start of , you get an email on Akiyama's phone discussing a suspicious opportunity to invest in foreign currencies. The people hawking the scam are on Senryo Avenue, on the southwest edge of town.
Tell the guy on the street you came by to hear the talk. If you opt to sign the contract, you receive 2, XP. If you don't, you have to defeat Sagi, the company's president, and his band of thugs. This gives you a great opportunity to beat up a lot of people with very fragile office furniture, in addition to 2, XP and a 40, yen bribe to stay quiet. At the intersection of Taihei Blvd. East and Pink St. Talk to him to help him out.
This is Ajikawa the food reporter, and he asks you to bring him information on the tastiest dishes in Kamurocho. Until then, he's warming a barstool at the Earth Angel in the Champion District, which may tell you something about him. What this boils down to is a memory test on various dishes at Kanrai and Kyushu. The next time you visit the bar, Ajikawa gives you 50, yen, and now wants information about Kyushu.
They use tonkatsu stock and top their ramen with spicy roe; tell him as much. When you come back to the bar, he gives you 50, yen and a Diamond, and you receive 5, XP for completing the substory. Approach him to begin the substory. After you agree to help him, go wander around the city for a couple of minutes until you receive his call. Return to Sky Finance to get a briefcase containing 30 million yen.
Go meet Nishihama at the lockers on Taihei Boulevard. From there, go to Le Marche on the south side of town. You'll see Miki, who runs off. Tanimura arranges a meeting with Katsuragi to give him the money the next day, and Katsuragi denies that the Ueno hit is connected to his father's murder. Katsuragi reveals that he was responsible for the eighteen murders in , and orders his men to kill Tanimura.
Only the intervention of Sugiuchi saves him. Tanimura's superior, Hisai, brings him to Room 13, a secret archive of police misconduct, and he learns that Sugiuchi was his father's partner on the investigation. He returns the money to Akiyama, who remembers him from the scene of Ihara's murder, and they conclude that Katsuragi is seeking to silence anyone who knows the truth about the hit.
Mishima, Ihara's friend, contacts Tanimura requesting protection and offers to inform on his boss. Tanimura intentionally tips off Sugiuchi, who kills Mishima and reveals that he is a yakuza and Katsuragi's mole within the force. He also reveals that he helped Katsuragi cover up the hit with the help of Deputy Commissioner Munakata and killed Tanimura's father to protect himself. Hisai, who turns out to be Munakata's inside man, kills Sugiuchi and commits suicide out of guilt.
Hamazaki, having survived, arrives at the Sunshine Orphanage, telling Kiryu he wants to reform and admitting the theft of a ledger indicating that the prison where he was kept was funded using dirty money. When he goes to the local police to surrender, Yasuko is there asking about her brother, and Kiryu and Hamazaki talk to her about Saejima and offer to help.
Saito arrives with a contingent of prison guards with orders to kill them, and Kiryu beats him and goes to Kamurocho with Yasuko; Hamazaki collapses with a bullet wound and stays behind; he later dies in the hospital. The authorities ransack Akiyama's office, so he and Tanimura agree to work together for the time being.
At Tojo headquarters, Munakata reveals his plan to give the police control of organized crime in the name of social harmony and offers to eliminate the Ueno Seiwa Clan if Daigo Dojima promotes Arai who is an undercover police officer to lieutenant, which puts him within reach of becoming chairman.
Kiryu finds Date drugged by Yasuko, who joins up with Akiyama and Tanimura and flees to the sewers; Kiryu beats them, only to find that she and her brother have been captured by Katsuragi. Akiyama learns that Kido has betrayed him and stolen the hundred billion he was hiding at his office, turning it over to the Ueno Seiwa.
Katsuragi offers to return the Saejimas and the money in return for the ledger, but Kido shoots him unaware that he is wearing a Kevlar vest before giving the ledger file to Arai, who shoots him in return and leaves. Katsuragi and Yasuko kill each other, and Arai then kills Munakata when he orders him to use Kiryu's orphans as leverage to get the money back. With Saejima and Akiyama unwilling to help Kiryu finish what they started, Kiryu uses Hamazaki's death as motivation to get the group working again.
Together, they formulate a plan to use Akiyama's money to lure their enemies to the roof of Millennium Tower. Dojima and Arai both show up to claim the money for themselves, and Kido who was working for Dojima turns out to still be alive. Munakata, having faked his death, brings an elite squad of officers to kill the others just as the group arrives. When Munkata defiantly declares that he is untouchable, Date scatters newspaper articles exposing his corruption to the entire city.
He then tries to shoot Akiyama, but a wad of money in his jacket stops the bullet. Faced with life in prison, Munakata uses his last bullet to shoot himself. Arai then surrenders to the authorities. Months later, the group meets outside Akiyama's office, where he intends to restart his business with Hana. On the roof, Date who has rejoined the force asks Kiryu what he intends to do next; Kiryu is then shown at Tojo headquarters, where he, Dojima, and a newly-freed Majima formally appoint Saejima as patriarch of his own family.
The theme song to the Japanese version, played during the introductory video when starting the game, is "Butterfly City" by Japanese hip-hop artist Zeebra featuring Ryo the Skywalker and Mummy D. Limited edition apparel was released in Japan and the United States. Three new tie-ins were made to shops: Advertisements for other companies such as Nico Nico Douga are in the game, especially on the walls in the underground. Promotional flyers can be found in the underground of the bowling alley, some of which offer discounts on in-game products, and there is advertising on both sets of coin lockers.
A staff member at Volcano, the pachislot building, will ask for a password obtainable from the town website. Kamurocho residents' conversations refer to companies such as town. Yakuza 4 received mostly positive reviews from critics.
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