Project Judge, Sega’s upcoming title being developed by the team that makes Yakuza, has been getting a lot of footage recently. After getting to watch its complete opening cinematic, we were treated to over fifteen minutes of footage from the game, and all of it looks as slick and stylish as you’d expect from a game being made by this studio.
Sega have now released two more trailers of the game. Both are considerably shorter, at just 30 seconds long each, but they do showcase some interesting stuff. The first trailer is more focused on showing different characters and narrative moments, which seem to have the Yakuza sort of flair to them that you would expect. The second trailer, meanwhile, shows us glimpses of gameplay, with a very short passing snippet of the city, investigations, a lockpicking minigame, and more. Take a look at both trailers below.
Recently, we found out that Sega arcade titles Fighting Vipers and Motor Raid would be featured in full in Project Judge, as well as the fact that the game’s story can take 30-35 hours to finish. Judge Eyes launches in Japan for the PS4 on December 13, with a western release coming in 2019.