A new set of Japanese trademarks have been published, potentially revealing new games and projects in development at several companies.
Other notable trademarks rounded up by Gematsu include Sega Music and Koei Tecmo’s Katana Engine. Here’s the full list:
- Catboy Paradise
- Neko Works
Koei Tecmo Games
- Katana Engine
Konami Digital Entertainment
- The Keisatsukan (Japanese title for Police 911 / Police 24/7)
- Horia Tale
- Lost Judgment
- Sega Music
- The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story
- Haru Yukite Retrotica
Priced at $39.99, the remastered version will include all of the original’s DLC, “refined” visuals, 60 FPS performance and faster loading times.
Judgment 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 game “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.”