The quest for the disseminated 100 coin lockers (half of them are hidden in Kamurocho, the others are in Ryukyu) is rewarded in Yakuza 3 with the "Key Collector" Silver PSN Trophy. "vagrant keys") and was only Bronze level in the Eastern releases. Kabukicho's tie-in are Club Sega game centers, Don Quijote discount stores, This also applies to bars and pubs, since the Suntory group produces alcohol and owns many licenses for foreign alcoholic beverages like Early Times whiskey, Beefeater Gin, Courvoisier cognac and Carlsberg Beer.
As a mixed game including elements of the sandbox game and RPG genres, Yakuza 3 includes a "Completion" feature that sums up what percentage of the game was actually completed by the player. Suntory vending machines are still disseminated within Kamurocho as in the previous games.
Three Single Tournament fighters and two Encounter Battle characters will join Kazuma Kiryu's "Team Dragon" ("Team The Dragon" in the original release) as tag partners once he finds them in the Adventure Mode; these are boxer Maxim Soldatov which has 5 missions.
Completing all 35 missions with an "S" rank, the highest rank possible, unlocks a special item delivered by Bob Utsunomiya, which is a talisman called the Fighting God's Talisman that, when equipped, permanently maintains the Heat Gage at maximum level. Rie Kugimiya () Composed by: Hidenori Shoji (1, 2, 5~11, 13, 14, 16, 18~26), Hiroyoshi Kato (12, 15, 17, 27), Kentaro Koyama (3), Takahiro Kai (4), Yoshio Tsuru (29), Hideki Sakamoto (31), Love Sound System (DJ Giuliano, Ayako, Yoshiji Kobayashi) (28) Arranged by: Hidenori Shoji (27), Hideki Sakamoto (30) Written by: Minako Obata (a.k.a.
Six sub-scenarios (Date's Pride, Two Fathers, Hometown Girl, The Finishing Touch, Silver Screen Dragon and Murder at Café Alps) are special missions featuring "event scene" cinematics.