Ryuu ga shiku 3
Role: Shimaya Shimaku (島袋力也 )
Gaming Device: PlayStation 3
Yakuza 3 takes a departure from the first two games with its choice of setting: instead of focusing on the gritty cityscape of Tokyo and Osaka, it switches gears and sends Kazuma Kiryu to the Ryukyu Islands, Okinawa, where he runs the Sunshine Orphanage (Morning Glory in Japanese) with his adoptive daughter Haruka Sawamura (she calls him "Uncle Kaz") who accompanied him in the previous episodes and the Movie Version.
Sunshine Orphanage is on a land that is owned by Shigeru Nakahara, the boss of a local yakuza clan or boryokudan, known as the Ryudo Family. Nakahara is under pressure from the country's government to sell the land, which is planned to become a seaside resort. When his friend Daigo Dojima, Chairman of the Tojo Clan, is shot, Kiryu must deal with the three gang bosses who arranged the attempted murder.
The game ends with Kiryu succeeding in his mission, and he and Haruka meet to explore the town. Kazuma is confronted by a mysterious man, who is revealed to be Goh Hamazaki, having survived the offscreen attempt on his life. In anger, Hamazaki stabs Kiryu in the stomach, and is subdued afterwards, leaving a critically wounded Kazuma to give dying words to his adopted daughter.
In an after credits scene, the orphanage's children gather to play. As Haruka stands near a man, who, as the camera turns, is revealed to be a bandaged Kiryu, having survived the stabbing, and he goes to continue running Sunshine Orphanage with Haruka helping him.
Released in Japan 26th February 2009, for PlayStation 3.