Lost Judgment shows duels and wild minigames, coming out in September

Yesterday’s State of Play event featured, among other things, Lost Judgment from Sega and, in addition to footage from the game, also revealed the release date. The sequel to Judgment from Ryu Ga Gotoku’s studio, which is also responsible for the popular Yakuza series, will be released worldwide on September 24 this year.

As in the three-year-old first episode, Detective Takajuki Jagami appears in the lead role, often using very unorthodox investigative methods. The seemingly simple case of murder quickly turns into a complex matter and reveals the long fingers of the underworld and the flaws of the Japanese legal system.

However, the investigation is only one of many game components – they would not be the authors of the Yakuza if they did not incorporate an effective combat system and, above all, a large number of mini-games into their work. Jagami masters three kung fu fighting styles and can also rely on his agility to overcome obstacles or inconspicuous creeping.

The entanglement of the protagonist’s guides will also lead him to the campus of the local high school, where he will enter secretly as an educational counselor. To gain the trust of students, you can, for example, unpack with them on the dance floor or join a club of young friends of robotics. You can also go for example to box or race on motorcycles in the city streets.

The game in September is based on the current and previous generation of consoles. The first part was released in April this year for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, but unfortunately the authors did not offer an upgrade for the owners of the original one.

Source: Games by games.tiscali.cz.

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