Takayuki Yagami has a vast array of tools in his belt, including several new gadgets and techniques, which are shown off in this new trailer.
Sega has released a meaty new gameplay trailer for the upcoming Lost Judgment, showing plenty of combat, investigations, minigames, and more.
Director Toshihiro Nagoshi, chief producer Kazuki Hosokawa and actor Takuya Kimura discuss the game's story and Yagami's role.
Apparently, actor Takuya Kimura's talent agency is adamant that the game shouldn't release on PC, and the disagreement might spell the end of the series.
Localization director Scott Strichart says that the timeline of the game's development and launch simply hasn't allowed for lip sync on the same level, but will improve with future releases.
Both editions will give you three days of early access to the game, while the Digital Ultimate Edition also includes story-focused DLC.
Lost Judgment's latest trailer showcases a bunch of open-world activities including dancing, boxing, and racing, among many others.
The intro showcases numerous familiar characters including Yagami and Kaito. "Rasen", the theme, is by jon-YAKITORY and Ado.
A short interview of Lost Judgment's Akihiro Ehara's voice actor Ken Mitisuishi reveals interesting details about the character.
Actor Hiroshi Tamaki speaks about his character Kazuki Soma, a former Yakuza member who's now become the leader of an underground network of thugs.
Sega releases the first video of a Lost Judgement series that discusses Jin Kuwana's character in-depth with voice actor Koji Yamamoto.
This is the first time a classic console will be playable in either the Yakuza or Judgment series. Sega's arcade games have been playable in past entries.
"We had to think about what would be appropriate for the product and how to convey the appeal of the product in each region," explains producer Kazuki Hosokawa.
The fighting game will be available as an arcade title in Ryu ga Gotoku Studio's action adventure title when it releases in September.
Global and multiplatform releases will lead to better sales, Sega believes.
It will seemingly include a "fully packed additional story."
For now, the game is only going to launch for consoles.
The sequel will be coming to Xbox Series X/S, PS4 and PS5 this Fall.
Reportedly releasing on September 24th for Japan on PS4 and PS5.
A sequel to the 2019 Yakuza spin-off may be announced.
The Yakuza spinoff might be in line for a sequel.