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* AmbiguouslyGay: The owner of Rob's bar. During the bar tending Mini-game his descriptions can be read as him figuring out Kenshiro is his type. First he goes to figure out who the new bartender is and is shocked at how muscular Kenshrio is, then he repeatedly goes back to see Kenshrio more than to get drinks and even starts working out because of him. Once you're at max relationship it says he goes to see Kenshrio after working out and selecting him even makes him state want the drink based on Kenshiro's experiences.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: The owner of Rob's bar. During the bar tending Mini-game his descriptions can be read as him figuring out Kenshiro is his type. First he goes to figure out who the new bartender is and is shocked at how muscular Kenshrio Kenshiro is, then he repeatedly goes back to see Kenshrio Kenshiro more than to get drinks and even starts working out because of him. Once you're at max relationship it says he goes to see Kenshrio Kenshiro after working out and selecting him even makes him state want the drink based on Kenshiro's experiences.


*** Creator/MasamiIwasaki (Ryuji) plays Raoh, Kenshiro's archnemesis who defied the orders of his patriarch in order to become a conqueror.

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*** Creator/MasamiIwasaki (Ryuji) plays Raoh, Kenshiro's blonde archnemesis who defied the orders of his patriarch in order to become a conqueror.


* Ken learns Transmigration of Souls through years of witnessing friends and rivals dying and chooses to bear their sadness and secret technique. In this series, it's a Hokuto Destiny Talisman he can just buy after the main story ends.

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* ** Ken learns Transmigration of Souls through years of witnessing friends and rivals dying and chooses to bear their sadness and secret technique.techniques. In this series, it's a Hokuto Destiny Talisman he can just buy after the main story ends.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: The owner of Rob's bar. During the bar tending Mini-game his descriptions can be read as him figuring out Kenshiro is his type. First he goes to figure out who the new bartender is and is shocked at how muscular Kenshrio is, then he repeatedly goes back to see Kenshrio more than to get drinks and even starts working out because of him. Once you're at max relationship it says he goes to see Kenshrio after working out and selecting him even makes him state want the drink based on Kenshiro's experiences.

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**The various Duel opponents are your means of rematching bosses. They have metal masks and sometimes different hair, but otherwise they are straight up clones of them. To make it even more blatant, they all explain their reasons for fighting you, and they are eerily similar to their counterpart's reasons for fighting.

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** While some felt he was a Breather Boss, coming after enemies like Souther, Jagi fares better against Kenshiro in their fight here compared to the manga.

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* Ken learns Transmigration of Souls through years of witnessing friends and rivals dying and chooses to bear their sadness and secret technique. In this series, it's a Hokuto Destiny Talisman he can just buy after the main story ends.


->'''Xsana''': What can Eden grant a man of such power??\\

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->'''Xsana''': What can Eden grant a man of such power??\\power?\\


* AdaptationalHeroism: A mild example in Devil's Rebirth. Despite appearing as an early boss, he survives the clash against Kenshiro and later helps with rebuilding Eden after its walls are destroyed by outside forces.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: AdaptationalHeroism:
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A mild example in Devil's Rebirth. Despite appearing as an early boss, he survives the clash against Kenshiro and later helps with rebuilding Eden after its walls are destroyed by outside forces.
** Thouzer has a downplayed version, or more like an 'Adaptational Villain Downgrade'. He's still the tyrannical Emperor, but his most heinous moments, namely enslaving children to build up a pyramid to honor his master and then forcing Shew to put the final piece, carrying the top piece of the pyramid, then impaling him with a thrown spear so he's also trampled with that piece to complete the structure are all omitted (especially since Shew was AdaptedOut). His army's power and typical douchebaggery aside, Thouzer ends up as just another particularly powerful warlord and master of Nanto Seiken, not a rather viciously vile one.

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* AdaptationalDeviation: The game combines two of Ken's famous battles from the manga into a single boss fight:
** In the manga, Ken is defeated by Thouzer in their first fight and isn't until their second bout that he discovers his pressure points are reversed. In the game, it combines both fights without Ken losing a round.
** His fight with Raoh's boss battle is largely based on their third and final fight. Unlike in the manga, he fought Raoh to a draw, Ken being a definitive winner despite Raoh's successful kidnapping of Yuria in the second, and Ken's total victory over Raoh. In the game itself, Ken and Raoh fought as if it's the final fight with each blow similar to that in the anime and manga and a punch on Raoh's chest that secured Ken's victory, but the game treats this fight is if this won't be the last time you see him.

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** Unlike the ''Yakuza'' games, getting hit does not deplete your Burst Meter. Your Burst Meter will retain its level of stars after a fight. However, it ''will'' empty if your Burst Mode runs out of Stars.

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** Raoh referring to [[spoiler:Yuria]] as the last of the Nanto heirs, even though the Nanto users that are present in the game (Rei and Thouzer) are alive and well.

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* AdaptationExplanationExtrication: The game excludes Jagi's manipulation of Shin, since Ken learning of this gains him his anger towards Jagi.

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** Nugget the chicken from VideoGame/Yakuza0, of all characters, got added in a free DLC update, and will give you a talisman that gives you a random number of IDL when used.

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*AntiFrustrationFeatures:
** Certain clothing can hide Ken from enemies if you're busy doing something.
** If you saved over your completed save data in Endless Eden mode by accident, you can convert your Endless Eden data as a complete save data for you to use in NewGamePlus.

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