Pulled from all store shelves
Judgment's out now on PlayStation 4, and we highly recommend giving it a look. But if our review can't convince you, then we'd also recommend giving this incredibly daft Mega64 video a watch. It's got dumb jokes, a hilarious wig, and a sinister guest appearance from SEGA legend Toshihiro Nagoshi. Nagoshi's the director and producer...
The truth and nothing but the truth
SEGA's Yakuza Studio has done it again. The Japanese developer has been on a roll this generation, and it's apparently not stopping anytime soon. Judgment is an entirely standalone Yakuza spin-off that attempts to freshen up the formula by adding detective and courtroom elements to an already rich action...
The eye of judgment
We're getting very close to the western release of Judgment, the new game from Yakuza Studio. The spin-off, starring private investigator Takayuki Yagami, is similar to the team's other games, but has you on the right side of the law, looking into shady murder cases throughout Kamurocho. In this new, 20-minute gameplay video, we...
Asian Dub Foundation
It’s not long before Judgment releases in the West. A spin-off of Sega’s long-running Yakuza series set in the same streets of Kamurocho, it differs from the mainline series with a dose of detective work and Ace Attorney-style objectioning, while also being the first in the Yakuza universe since the original PS2 game to...
Tak a look
If you're a European PlayStation Plus subscriber and you're looking forward to the release of Yakuza spin-off Judgment next month, then you should get yourself over to the PlayStation Store. Hit up the 'themes' section under 'add-ons' and you should find a free Judgment dynamic theme for your PlayStation 4. The theme features protagonist...
Crane and tiger
Judgment protagonist Yagami must have legs made of iron if this new combat trailer is anything to go by. Showing off a bunch of deadly moves in the detective's martial arts arsenal, the video features plenty of bone-crunching moments. Yagami's a much more agile brawler than Yakuza hero Kiryu, but it's clear that he can still pack one...
Back on the streets
It's been a weird few months for action adventure title Judgment -- especially in its native Japan. The game launched in Japan in December of last year, but a few months later, in March 2019, it was pulled from store shelves in its homeland. This was due to drug use allegations aimed at an actor who played one of the game's...
The developer behind the Yakuza series and upcoming spin-off Judgment has revealed the latter's redesigned bad guy. Kyohei Hamura is a feared yakuza captain in the game, but the actor who originally played him -- giving him both his Japanese voice and facial features -- was arrested for supposed drug use. Hey, it's a big deal in Japan. When...
Here's some good news to kick the weekend off: Judgment won't be delayed here in the West! Hurrah! There were growing fears that the game's release date would be pushed back following drug use allegations aimed at one of the title's Japanese actors. It's an issue that's dealt with very seriously in Japan, to the point where Judgment has been...
Pulled from all store shelves
Judgment has been pulled from physical and digital storefronts in Japan after one of the game's voice actors was arrested for the alleged use of cocaine. Publisher SEGA has stated that the Western release, currently due to hit US and Europe in June, is now "under consideration". Voice actor Pierre Taki plays the role...
Judgment is the next game from SEGA's talented Yakuza Studio. The title seems to essentially be a Yakuza spin-off in which you play a private investigator named Takayuki Yagami. It's looking pretty great, as you can see in the above new trailer, but a PlayStation Blog post highlights an impressive feature that might fly under the radar...
A worrying trend
Judgment, the latest spin-off from the Yakuza franchise, will release in European and US territories on 25th June in physical form. However, budding private detectives can gain early access to the game four days early on the 21st June via a digital purchase from the PlayStation Store. It's an interesting proposition from Japanese...
SEGA's onto another winner
A handful of previews for the English version of Judgment are in, and all of them seem very positive. For those totally out of the loop, Judgment -- titled Judge Eyes in Japan -- is something of a Yakuza spin-off. It takes place in the same fictional red light district of Kamurocho, but doesn't have direct ties to the...
The jury reaches a verdict in Summer 2019
Yakuza Studio’s upcoming Kamurocho-set crime drama Judge Eyes – now officially named Judgment in the West – will release Summer 2019 on the PlayStation 4. But there’s more: the title will feature English voice acting. Greg Chun will play protagonist Issei Hoshino, and it’s unclear at the time of...
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