Judgment is an action-adventure open world title developed by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio and published by Sega.
It is made by the same team behind the Yakuza series and features several similar mechanics, in addition to a focus on investigations, and incorporates aspects of the judiciary in its gameplay.
Both Yakuza spinoffs were recently rated for the platform by the ESRB, and their release for PC has now been officially confirmed.
After rumors of a disagreement between Takuya Kimura's talent agency and Sega, the Judgment series could finally come to PC.
Sega veterans Toshihiro Nagoshi and Daisuke Sato, both of whom have been synonymous with Yakuza, are leaving Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio.
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A leaked ad suggests that Sony's cloud service is adding heavyweights like Red Dead Redemption 2, Nioh 2, and Judgment this month.
Xbox Game Pass posts an image of names of characters and very obviously crosses out that of Takayuki Yagami, Judgment's protagonist.
The Yakuza spin-off features a new protagonist in Takayuki Yagami. Its sequel, Lost Judgment, is out on September 24th worldwide.
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Not much of an upgrade, but still a great game.
The Yakuza spinoff might be in line for a sequel.
It will include all DLC, faster load times and run at 60 frames per second.
Sega's Daisuke Sato expresses interest in creating more games in the series.
The detective game's whole prologue is now playable for free.
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Serial killings, drones, and Kamurocho await in this Yakuza spin-off.
Judgment takes the Yakuza formula and expands upon it in interesting ways.
Kazuki Hosokawa thinks it adds a new dimension to the protagonist's character.
Head back out into the streets of Kamurocho.
Everything you need to know about Judgment.
The game hits hard when it needs to.
A fantastic voice actor gets a hard edge with this no-nonsense detective.
The English dub continues to get highlighted.
Looks like it’s still a Yakuza title at heart.
King plays a shifty cop in the crime drama.
The dub preserved the Japanese honorifics in hopes of conveying something about Japanese society.
English VA Greg Chun breaks down the experience of voicing Takayuki Yagami.
The new model to replace original motion actor Pierre Taki is shown in new video.
The development team acting so fast led to them being able to keep the previously announced western release date.
Sega have released a new video without actor Pierre Taki's character making an appearance.
The Yakuza spinoff title has been a huge success for Sega.
This seems like the best case resolution to the problem for western fans.
Hopefully, he can see the game he worked on back on the market again soon.
At the very least, the western release may be delayed.
Engage in tense chases, present evidence, and issue the classic "Objection!" at the right time.
In addition to the already-announced dual audio options in English and Japanese.
PlayStation Plus subscribers will get access to it tomorrow, though.
Befriend residents of Kamurocho and Soutenbori to unlock additional content and opportunities.
Showcasing the city environments, combat, cutscenes, and more.
Sega's upcoming action adventure title receives plenty of interesting new details.
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Together with all Side Cases, total gameplay time can average 70 to 80 hours.
We get to see some combat, minigames, and some of the major characters in the game.
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It looks like we're in for quite a cinematic experience.
The investigation-focused title will be out in December 2018 for Japan.
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