Approaching the Japanese release of a Yakuza or one of its spin-offs, SEGA always splits a long trailer in which everything that makes up the game is reviewed. Unsurprisingly, Lost Judgment does not break the rule.
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Ryu Ga Gotoku’s official Japanese YouTube channel has just uploaded a new video entirely dedicated to Lost judgment in which many elements are present. If the videos of the game released so far have given a good idea of what the rest of Takayuki Yagami’s adventures will offer, this new presentation contains several unspecified passages.
The trailer of the day therefore returns to the basics of the plot and the environments in which it takes place. As Yagami is a private investigator, his way of proceeding to investigate is also shown. This allows the passage to see the new techniques (exploration and combat) and other gadgets available in this second episode.
Since Lost Judgment is not a turn-based game, the combat phases are also present. The new fighting style (of the Serpent) that Yagami can use is evidently present, as is the system of counterfeatures more explicit than in the past.
No time to get bored
Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio game requires, a number of extra-curricular activities are available in Lost Ludgment. Since the theme of bullying is at the heart of the game’s plot, ironically, many of them take place in school (well, in high school). Dance races, boxing, robot fights, or even scooter races are just some of the activities offered in the game.
Obviously, Lost Judgment will also offer its share of side quests. And to believe this video, a good part of them will take place in the high school of Yokohama in which Takayuki Yagami goes. Mini-games from the first Judgment will also be back and the hero will once again be able to visit in-game Arcades. In the latter, players can also try the Arcade version of the game Sonic The Fighters. A first for a Yakuza-like.
As previously noted, Ryu Ga’s new title Gotoku Studio is slated for release September 24 on PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, and Xbox One. Like the video of the day, the game will be fully subtitled in French.
Do you want Lost Judgment? When playing a Yakuza, do you also play the side content or focus on the main story? What new feature do you find most interesting? Tell us all in the comments below.