Yakuza 0

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No animals feature in this video game except in a very incidental manner. The ones that are present cannot be interacted with or harmed.
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Bloonface
No animals feature in this video game except in a very incidental manner. The ones that are present cannot be interacted with or harmed.
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Bloonface
No animals feature in this video game except in a very incidental manner. The ones that are present cannot be interacted with or harmed.
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Does an animal die?
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Bloonface
No animals feature in this video game except in a very incidental manner. The ones that are present cannot be interacted with or harmed.
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Bloonface
In one of the many scenes of violence, teeth are shown being knocked out either obviously or implicitly.
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Bloonface
A particular scene involves a character being attacked with a needle.
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Are there bugs?
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Bloonface
A clown is part of a core gameplay mechanic, however the clown is simply present and does not move or do anything.
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marmar
The substory to befriend the adult video store clerk in Sotenbori involves getting a videotape from a woman who is all but outright stated to be a ghost. That's it.
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Does a kid die?
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fidelermit
It's actually a Helicopter during a chase scene and is not relevant to the plot, but still.
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Bloonface
The ending is more mixed/ambiguous than either happy or unhappy.
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Bloonface
The game is set in and around two "party" districts of Japanese cities, and as such drinking is rife.
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Bloonface
Despite focusing on the criminal underworld, drugs (besides caffeine, nicotine and alcohol) do not feature in any part or portion of the game in any context.
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fidelermit
Not really, but s*x trade and abuse with minors involved is mentioned as part of a main character background being a victim.
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Bloonface
A character is brutally and graphically tortured in a short scene.
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Bloonface
At no point in Yakuza 0 are Tokyo or Osaka devastated by a nuclear explosion.
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fidelermit
Nothing can be done about cutscenes; It is a game depicting violence, after all. But blood/gore can be toned down during normal gameplay through the game settings.
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fidelermit
Implied and not actually shown during a flashback scene.
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fidelermit
Finger mutilation (the yakuza "yubitsume" ritual) and toe mutilation (during a torture cutscene) both are performed. They're not directly shown, but the bandaged hand with missing finger is, and during a torture scene a mace goes down with the following shot being of the mace over a foot with blood quickly spreading on the floor.
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Bloonface
The game is set in and around red light districts and as such references to s*x work and prostitution are common, although nothing is explicitly shown. Some references will likely be missed if you are not familiar with Japanese culture and/or the Japanese language.
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