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The two most familiar words in Italian opera are probably "Ridi, Pagliaccio," which may be loosely translated as "Laugh, clown, laugh." They come up twice, in the aria "Vesti la Giubba" ("Put on the Makeup"), in which the traveling commedia dell'arte player Canio reacts bitterly to the revelation that his wife, Nedda, is cheating on him--complicated by the fact that he must go out and be funny for the paying customers. It is the greatest anthem of tenor self-pity in verismo opera (the runners-up are "E Lucevan le Stelle" from "i"Tosca and "Mama, Quel Vino e Generoso" from "i"Cavalleria Rusticana), and Beniamino Gigli's 1934 performance of it on this recording (including a lot of sobs after the singing stops) is a memorable experience, highlighting a generally capable production. The primary attraction of this set, however, is the 1940 Cavalleria Rusticana that comes with it. --Joe Mclellan

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Yakuza, also known as Ryu ga Gotoku, is a series created by Toshihiro Nagoshi and SEGA, beginning in 2005 with Yakuza, and ending series protagonist Kazuma Kiryu's journey with Yakuza 6 in 2016. Yakuza: Like a Dragon stars a new series protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, who debuted in Ryu ga Gotoku Online. Several spin-offs to the series include Ryu ga Gotoku Ishin! and Ryu ga Gotoku Kenzan!, historical adventures which use the characters of the Yakuza series in place of historical figures, and Utopia Kitchen - 6 Ft Stretchable Spandex Tablecloth - Tight Fit an apocalyptic third-person zombie shooter.

The series features primarily a "beat 'em up" style of gameplay, with multiple new locations in each game to explore, though the events of the series generally take place in Kamurocho, a fictional city in Tokyo's red light district. Beginning with Portable Folding Soccer Goal (Size 6'x4') Soccer Net for Kids an, more playable protagonists aside from Kiryu are introduced, including Shun Akiyama (Yakuza 4, 5, Dead Souls), Taiga Saejima (Yakuza 4 & 5), Iomega 250MB Zip Disk Six Pack for PC (Discontinued by Manufactu (Yakuza 4), Goro Majima (Yakuza 0, Dead Souls), Ryuji Goda (Yakuza: Dead Souls), Haruka Sawamura (Yakuza 5) and Elwyn 100 Light Purple White Chrysanthemum Flower Seeds (Yakuza 5).

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Lost Judgment, known as Lost Judgment: Unjudged Memory in Japan, is an upcoming is an upcoming action-adventure/beat-'em-up (officially classed as "Legal Suspense Action") game set for a simultaneous global release on September 21, 2021 on the PS4, the PS5, the Xbox One, and the Xbox Series X|S.

A direct sequel to Judgment, the game is being developed by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio as the second installment of the Judgment series. The game will be set in December, 2021 and will follow protagonist Takayuki Yagami, a former lawyer turned private investigator, through Kamurocho and Isezaki Ijincho as he uncovers the truth of a murder that went untried due to the fact the primary suspect would have to have been "in two places at once."

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Q: Which order should I play the games in?

A: The generally accepted answer is chronologically. Ideally, starting with the prequel, Yakuza 0 (PS4, XB1, PC), then moving on to either Yakuza (PS2, JP only: PS3, WiiU) or ReFa 4 CARAT | Platinum-coated and Waterproof | Elegant Multiang (PS4, XB1, PC), FenchelShades.com Lampshade 7" Top Diameter x 13" Bottom Diamete (PS2, JP only: PS3, WiiU) or Dots 9065709 10.5 oz Snyders Of Hanover Hot Buffalo Wing Pretzel (PS4, XB1, PC), Yakuza 3 (PS3, PS4), Lot of (11) Different 1962 Post Baseball Cards w/Mathews Aaron (PS3, PS4), Yakuza 5 (PS3, PS4), Yakuza 6 (PS4), then finally Yakuza: Like a Dragon (PS4, XB1, XSS, XSX, PC).
The spin-offs are optional and are best played in release order, or after completing the main series. The spin-offs are considered non-canon to the main series, and can (but shouldn't!) be skipped without detriment to the experience of the overall story. LAANYMEI Jewelry Wire 500g 0.8/1/1.5/2/3/3.5/4/5/6 mm Aluminum W (PS3) is best played between 4 and 5, and Judgment (PS4) is chronologically set between the events of 6 and Y:LAD but may be played at any time. The Japan-exclusive historical spin-offs Ryū ga Gotoku Kenzan! (PS3) and Ryū ga Gotoku Ishin! (PS3, PS4) are best played between 2 and 3 and after 5 respectively.
The Japan-exclusive mobile game, Ryu ga Gotoku Online, features an alternate version of the events of Yakuza: Like a Dragon as its main story, as well as a variety of side content canonical to the main series dedicated to further developing characters and scenarios not explored in the console games. It may be played at any point.

Q: Can I play Yakuza: Like a Dragon without playing Yakuza 0-6?

A: Yes, Yakuza: Like a Dragon is (for the most part) a standalone story. Unlike Judgment, however, the story does partially tie into previous games, and may spoil certain plot elements, specifically those related to Yakuza 3, Yakuza 5, and to a greater extent, Yakuza 6.

Q: Do I have to play any of the Yakuza games before playing Judgment?

A: Nope! Judgment has very little to do with the Yakuza series, and no knowledge of the main series is required in order to enjoy the game. It's absolutely fine to start with.

Q: What is the difference between the Kiwami remakes and the original games?

A: The Kiwami remakes include updated graphics, corrected localization (with the removal of the English dub for the first game and improved Japanese voice acting), and added content, such as more mini-games and an expanded main story. Yakuza Kiwami sees the inclusion of Majima Everywhere, while Yakuza Kiwami 2 has an entire added secondary story mode called the Majima Saga, both of which give fan-favorite Goro Majima more importance than in the original entries.

Q: What is the difference between The Yakuza Remastered Collection and the original PS3 games? (Yakuza 3, Yakuza 4, Yakuza 5)

A: The Yakuza Remastered Collection features all new localizations of the original Playstation 3 games (correcting previous inaccuracies, overly literal translation among other things), restores content cut from the original release, and all three games now run in 1080p, 60fps.

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