Lost Judgment is a sequel many of us have been waiting for. But was the rush to hit the worldwide release deadline enough to make it a standout title? We investigate where the game stands, and this review is called to order.
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The Yakuza series developer is undergoing leadership changes. Both Toshihiro Nagoshi and Daisuke Sato are leaving the studio, but its new leadership will have a new title to show soon.
Sega and Ryū ga Gotoku Studio’s Lost Judgment has been released worldwide. The game’s launch, the first simulteaneous worldwide one for the series, comes with a new trailer.
Sega detailed the additional content coming to Lost Judgment. A few packs come at or shortly after launch, with an independent story starring Yagami’s partner Kaito coming next year.
A new trailer for Lost Judgment reveals many of the game’s voice cast. Players will get to hear new and returning characters in just a few weeks.
Sega released an extended story trailer for Lost Judgment. The new video adds a couple of minutes of scenes to the game’s original announcement trailer.
Sega released some new media for the upcoming Lost Judgment. The new trailer and screenshots show some of the tools and abilities Takayuki Yagami has at his disposal.
Sega released an interview with Lost Judgment director Toshihiro Nagoshi and actor Takuya Kimura where they share new details about the game. This includes new insights on the game’s setting, combat, and mini-games.
Sega released a new gameplay trailer for Lost Judgment showing the usual wide variety of things to do that players have come to expect from the Yakuza franchise. In addition, the game’s three digital editions are available to pre-order.
Sega and Ryū ga Gotoku Studio revealed the introduction cinematic and theme song for Lost Judgment. The Yakuza spin-off launches worldwide this September.
Kiryu and co have been kicking around the streets of Kamurocho for years now. The Yakuza Remastered Collection brings definitive versions of Yakuza 3, 4, and 5 to western gamers. Word to your aniki.
With Kiryu’s saga finally coming to an end, it’s time for a new dragon to rise up. Ichiban Kasuga readily takes up the opportunity to undergo his quest.
Ryu ga Gotoku Studio’s Judgment Day has arrived. The developer announced a sequel to its Yakuza spin-off Judgment, which will launch globally this September.
Judgment is out now on next-generation consoles, with a Stadia version also available. Meanwhile, developer Ryū ga Gotoku Studio is teasing a new project set to be revealed in May.
All of the mainline Yakuza titles are now available on PC and Xbox One. Yakuza 6 rounds out the set with its launch.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon makes the leap to PlayStation 5 after originally releasing in 2020. A new trailer and some downloadable goodies for all platforms mark the occasion.
Yakuza spin-off Judgment is making its way to new platforms. Barring sufficient objections, the game will hit PS5, Xbox Series X, and Stadia this April.
PC and Xbox RPGamers now have another trio of Yakuza games available to them. The remastered entries for Yakuza 3, 4, and 5 are available in a bundle as well as separately.
The remaining Yakuza games are making their way to both Xbox One and PC. The Yakuza Remastered Collection will arrive in January, with Yakuza 6 to follow in March.
The latest Yakuza title is now available in North America and Europe. RPGamers can join forces with new protagonist Ichiban Kasuga and his allies in a new turn-based combat system.