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A set of Japanese trademarks published in March included Lost Judgment from Sega, which could potentially refer to a Judgment sequel.
Judgment is released for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and Stadia worldwide today. Priced at $39.99, the remastered version includes all of the original’s DLC, “refined” visuals, 60 FPS performance and faster loading times.
The game sees players assume the role of lawyer-turned-investigator Takayuki Yagami, who’s working a case related to Kamurocho’s criminal underground.
VGC’s Judgment review said the title “doesn’t deliver on its investigative pitch, but its humour and sense of place still shine”.
Our critic wrote: “Judgment is plenty entertaining, but it is just a muted Yakuza game in disguise. And after so many games of smashing faces into concrete, we hoped for a little more than that.”
RGG Studio said in February that there are no plans to bring the game to PC.