Much like the previous game, we will see a mixture of hardcore beat'em up style combat alongside other, more goofy side content.
The demo will be available for PS4 and PS5 consoles. Sega and Ryu ga Gotoku Studio have yet to confirm a worldwide release for the same.
Other DLC includes four additional games for the Sega Master System, a boss fight against Super Amon, and much, much more.
The month is chock-full of big games, from highly anticipated sequels and follow-ups to remasters and gorgeous-looking indie titles.
Lost Judgment's newest trailer reveals the cast of the game's English voice dub, including both new and familiar characters.
The brawler Yakuza spinoff returns with a sequel- here's why you should be excited.
The game launches worldwide in September, but ahead of that, Sega could give us a taste of what's to come with a demo.
Takayuki Yagami returns to investigate a murder in Isezaki Ijincho but various conspiracies are afoot. The sequel releases on September 24th.
Classics like Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Maze Hunter 3-D, Secret Command, Fantasy Zone, Penguin Land and Quartet have been confirmed.
There may be bigger names out this year but in terms of quality and quantity, RGG Studio's Lost Judgment is a definite standout.
Like the previous game in the franchise and its Yakuza cousins, the game will feature a host of various minigames to blow off steam in.
Check out the various talents of Takayuki Yagami, from taking on multiple foes to partaking in dance and boxing clubs.
A bunch of new screenshots released by Sega show various scenes of Yagami taking on all manner of foes in the upcoming brawler.
"If you’re at all concerned, please look into it before you buy it - your health has to come first and this game isn’t pulling any punches," says Scott Strichart.
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.
Could Lost Judgment be the last Judgment?
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.