Sega created all kinds of zombies for players to shoot in Yakuza: Of the End. A log keeps track of the different kinds – everyday people, homeless zombies, waitress zombies, policemen, and former convenience store workers staggering out of a late night Family Mart shift.
Those zombies are fodder. Yakuza: Of the End also has mutated zombies like the tribal type. Before they turned, these troublemaking kids lived for street fights. Tribal zombies retained their fighting prowess and attack players with fast kicks. Overweight zombies, the guys that look like they stepped out of House of the Dead, spew gas while you’re gunning them down.
The most dangerous threat has to be experiment subjects. Grotesque monsters like Tsuchigumo (named after a folk legend) has sickle arms and a hard shell. Basan’s large dragon-like wings makes the creature agile in the air and hard to target.