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Gangstar: Samurai (Japanese: サムライギャングスター) is a Japan-exclusive action-adventure video game apparently released on Yahoo! Ketai and i-mode on December 16, 2009[1]. It was also released on au by KDDI on December 24, 2009[1]. All versions were priced at 315 with tax[1]. It was preceded by Gangstar: West Coast Hustle, making it the fourth Gangstar game, it is followed by Gansgtar: Miami Vindication.




Gangstar Java Game



"Masato is a self-proclaimed "thief" who is in the business of thieves in the port town. Yuri, a special agent of the Metropolitan Police Department. A crime action game that creates a strange combination of bandits and investigators!


Gangstar: Samurai's gameplay looks similar to that of the series's first game and Kings of L.A.. It is a top-down action-adventure title[2]. The game also has radio stations like the two other games before it[3].


Make your way through 80 action-packed missions & a blockbuster story mode! Team up with the wildest characters to take over Las Vegas! Explore a huge map, 9x the size of previous Gangstar games. Climb the leaderboards in wild challenges like races, MMA fights, carnage missions & casino games! Access insane weapons and crazy vehicles, and customize their appearance. Perform amazing stunts with ragdoll effects that make use of HAVOK physics.


Games in the Gangstar series[1] are set in American cities[2] (although Gangstar Rio: City of Saints is set in Rio de Janeiro, a Brazilian city). Gameplay focuses on an open world where the player can choose missions at their own leisure to progress an overall story, as well as engaging in side-activities consisting of action-adventure, driving, shooting, occasional role-playing, stealth and racing elements. The series focuses on many different protagonists who attempt to rise through the ranks of the criminal underworld, although their motives for doing so vary in each game.


Gangstar: Crime City is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by at least one of its subsidiaries. It is about a gangster who explores the fictitious town of Crime City looking for money, power, and occupation of other gangs.


Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A. (spelled as Gangstar 2 Kings of LA in the BlackBerry OS version[3]) is a video game published by Gameloft and developed by at least one of its subsidiaries.[4] The version for button-operated/keypad-based mobile phones was released in November 2008[citation needed], the BlackBerry OS version on August 5, 2009, the Ninte version on August 5, 2009[5] and the Nintendo DSi version on April 12, 2010.[6][7] The game is about gangster cousins Pedro (nicknamed Chico) and Juan, who have recently escaped from Mexico due to a pursuit from the police. They arrive in Los Angeles looking for money and power, alongside their cousin Luis "L.C." Custodio. A three-dimensional (3D) version of the game was released for the iPhone (App Store) and Android (Android Market) platforms in 2009, titled Gangstar: West Coast Hustle.


Gangstar: Samurai is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by Gameloft Tokyo. It was released for BREW and DoJa only in Japan. The protagonist is Masato and the setting is Tokyo, Japan. The game had radio stations like Toshi Beat.[8]Masato stole a banned drug from a smuggling organization due to a slight mistake in stealing. After being chased by the organization, Masato is saved by a shadowy beauty named Yuri who claims to be a special agent. In order for Yuri to destroy the organization and Masato to escape from it, the two work together to carry out various operations against it.In the game, the player can use a "sword" as a weapon as it says "samurai", and can also use various firearms such as pistols, submachine guns, shotguns, grenades, and bazookas. There are 45 types of missions, from simple mobile missions to defeating enemies and infiltration. [9]


Gangstar: West Coast Hustle is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by at least one of its subsidiaries. It was released for Android, iPhone, iPod Touch and webOS. Gangstar: West Coast Hustle HD is the version for Android and iPad, and Gangstar: West Coast Hustle - FREE is the free version for iPhone and iPod Touch. It is a 3D version of Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A.. It is the first game in the series to be 3D. A 'sequel' to the game entitled Gangstar: Miami Vindication was released in September 2010.[10] In 2017, the game was removed from the Apple App Store. It was released on August 20, 2009 for iOS, on November 25, 2010 for Android,[11]and June 10, 2010 for iPad.[12]


Gangstar: Miami Vindication is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by at least one of its subsidiaries. It consists of a two-dimensional (2D) version and a 3D version, and was released for iOS, Mac OS X and Android. It follows Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A. and Gangstar: West Coast Hustle and is the third main game in the Gangstar series. The story follows Johnny Gainsville (spelled "Gainesville" in the 3D version), a middle-aged man in search for his younger brother Joey, who was last seen in Miami, who is driven into a life of crime.Gangstar: Miami Vindication features helicopters, motorboats/boats/jet skis, and motorcycles. Police vehicles can be customized as well. The 3D version is the first game in the series to feature voice acting instead of only textual dialogues (albeit lacking any facial animations). The 3D version features more profanity than West Coast Hustle. Other than people, alligators can be killed, but do not give any benefit. According to the preview of the 3D version by Gameloft, the map is 1.5 times larger than West Coast Hustle. Although it is the successor to Kings of L.A. and West Coast Hustle, the only connections between the games are L.C.'s appearance, news flashes from Kings of L.A., and a reference to Eddie Fallon (in the 3D version's case). In 2012, a spin-off titled Urban Crime was released; it follows the aftermath of the departure of Johnny Gainesville from Miami. As of early 2018, the game has suddenly disappeared from the Apple App Store for unknown reasons.


Gangstar Rio: City of Saints is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by at least one of its subsidiaries. It consists of a 2D version and a 3D version, and was released for button-operated/keypad-based mobile phones, Android, and iOS in 2011. The 3D version is set in modern-day Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.[13] The story revolves around Assassinos gang member Raul. In the 2D version, his boss's company car blows up due to a car bomb, making him fall into a coma; a month later he wakes in front of a hospital with a different face, and decides to go undercover in his gang to find out who planted the bomb. In the 3D version, after attempting to leave the gang with his girlfriend Ana, a car bomb seriously injures Raul and kills Ana. Raul attempts to find who planted the bomb like in the 2D version, going undercover. The 3D version features "open world" gameplay that gives the player more control over their playing experience. It was released on November 10, 2011.[14] It was followed by a sequel, Gangstar Vegas, in 2013. The game is currently not on the Apple App Store in the United Kingdom.


Gangstar City is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by at least one of its subsidiaries. It is a sequel to Kings of L.A. and West Coast Hustle, with the story focusing on Garcia, Kings of L.A. and West Coast Hustle protagonist Pedro's brother, who has recently escaped from Mexico. Not long after the beginning of the story, Pedro goes missing; Garcia, along with Luis, his teammates, and friends, must defeat all gangs who have been suspected to be involved in his disappearance. It was released for button-operated/keypad-based mobile phones and Android in 2013. Unlike other games in the series, this is primarily an interaction-based "city"-building installment that mostly feels like an idle video game.


Gangstar Vegas is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by its Montreal-based subsidiary. The story revolves around Jason Malone, a skilled mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter who is targeted by Frank Veliano after winning in a match (as Veliano wanted Jason to be part of his crime family). Gangstar Vegas features "open-world" gameplay that gives the player more control over their playing experience.


Gangstar: New Orleans[1] is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by at least one of its subsidiaries for iOS and Android. Gameplay is similar to its predecessor; it is set in New Orleans and normally requires a persistent Internet connection to run. Vehicles are the same compared to the previous installment but there are a few new cars. There are online events that anyone can participate in to win awards. There are also many rewards that can be achieved by watching advertisements.


As the title implies, the new game moves the crime-driven story to Las Vegas, or at least simulacrum of the entertainment capital of the world. The story follows an ex-MMA fighter who gets on the wrong side of a few gangsters, and has to resort to various driver jobs, heists, and grizzly acts of violence to get by. In a rare show of the story actually affecting the gameplay, your character uses his MMA skills for some punishing hand-to-hand combat while on foot. Of course, there's nothing stopping you from using good old-fashioned lead or a handy cement truck (the gentleman's weapon) to dispatch your foes.


The game's play area is nine times larger than Gangstar Rio, with some familiar, off-brand Vegas casino landmarks all along the strip. The buildings from the screenshots look like The Berragio, Nero's Palace, The Luxxor, et cetera. Graphics are pretty good, though the huge nature of sandbox games is limiting in that respect - I'd say they're a bit better than the original Xbox, with the popular Havok engine handling game physics. In addition to the standard open-world carnage and achievements, you can kick back with a series of casino mini-games. Gangstar Vegas features full voice-over and a soundtrack from Skrillex, Kavinsky, and Chromatics, among others. 350c69d7ab


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