Sega has allayed fears that the recent suspension of sales of Judgment will affect the game’s western release. The game is still planned to release on its original June date, though a character is being altered.
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The drug-related arrest of actor Pierre Taki has caused Sega to suspend sales of Judgement, aka Judge Eyes, in Japan. It is unclear at this stage whether it will also affect the game’s planned western release in June.
Sega followed up its release date announcement with a new trailer for Ryu ga Gotoku Studio’s newest title. Though players won’t be playing as a Yakuza, it doesn’t mean that they won’t be able to kick many faces.
Sega has announced the date for Judgment’s western release. Those who pre-order will be granted full access to the game a few days beforehand.
Sega has provided more information on Judgment’s language options in the west. The game will be available with English and Japanese voice overs as well as with English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish subtitles.
2019 already has plenty of titles to get excited for. The RPGamer staff picked out a selection of games they are most anticipating and are keen to hear what readers are looking forward to.
Judge Eyes’ western title has been officially unveiled as Judgment. The game’s appearance during the Kinda Funny Games showcase also reveals that the game will include English voice acting.
A second demo for Judge Eyes is now available for PS Plus members in Japan ahead of the game’s launch next month. Non-members can pick it up next week and gain access to the game’s first chapter.
Sega has released new information on its game Judge Eyes. The new information details some of what players can do outside of the game’s main story.
Yakuza spin-off Judge Eyes, aka Project Judge, releases in Japan next month. Sega revealed some extra information about the game, including on how protagonist Takayuki Yagami benefit’s from befriending Kamurocho’s residents.
Scott Wachter had the chance to check out Yakuza Team’s newest baby on the TGS Floor. Sam Wachter did not, and she is still very bitter about this.
Sony held its annual pre-TGS presentation showing some upcoming PlayStation titles. A number of RPGs appeared, including new teasers for projects from CyGames and Studio Istolia, a Final Fantasy remaster, a release date for God Eater 3, and a brand new title from the studio behind Yakuza.