Sega’s Judgment, Lost Judgment is now available on Steam

Sega's Judgment, Lost Judgment is now available on Steam
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Article Image Both Judgment Games titles are now available on PC, you should play them

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It is only last year that the future trial The series looked extremely bleak, courtesy of legal battles with the likes of star Takuya Kimura. It looks like that’s all cleared up, though, because both games aren’t just coming to PC, they’re already here.

We reported in 2021:

According to the weekly publication Nikan TaishuA Japanese entertainment insider is quoted as saying that the upcoming Lost Judgment Will be the last entry in the series. “Because,” explains the insider, “those who side with game developers and who [Kimura’s talent agency] Johnny reportedly couldn’t reach an agreement on the platform to sell the game on.

Today, though, that’s all water under the bridge, because both are 2018 trial and its 2021 sequel, Lost JudgmentNow on Steam and available for purchase.

Collection of judgments Steam launch trailer

this fantastic News! I have reviewed both games for KotakuAnd had a blast with both. Here are my final thoughts on the original:

Playing Judgment and Yakuza is like seeing the same picture—in this case the streets of Kamurocho—through two different filters. The presentation may be slightly different, and the tone a bit off when you’re comparing them, but the underlying image is identical, from their geography to their face-kicks.

The Yakuza formula, here so unaltered beneath the addition of detective confusion, is still very good despite its age. I really enjoyed my time with Justice, partly because I got to shine with the new, more human characters, but mostly because the basic yakuza building blocks of “smashing traffic cones in the ribs” married to “a soap opera about angry dudes” are still loads of fun.

And Here’s my review of the sequelWhich is better:

If you own a PC, have been remotely curious about Yakuza series But don’t know where to start, or if you should, I’m going to be bold here and suggest that these games might actually be the best jumping-off point in 2022. They’re smaller, more focused experiences, unburdened by the lore of the original series, and the action-based combat here is as fun as ever. Yakuza game

They’re one of my favorite PlayStation games of the last five years, and now they’re on PC and even more recently from Sega Yakuza The ports have been pretty good—they’re now instantly some of my favorite games on PC, too.

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