Today those who love Japanese games can enjoy two treats on the Japanese PlayStation Store. More precisely, the demo including the full first chapter of Sega’s Yakuza spin-off Project Judge is now available for everyone, while Bandai Namco released a new version of the God Eater 3 demo.
Project Judge’s demo was made available for Japanese PlayStation Plus members only last week, and today Sega finally removed that restriction. You can download it here. As most Yakuza demos, it’s very beefy, and requires a 12.39 GB of your hard disk drive.
God Eater 3’s demo is an improved version of the trial released a while ago, with changes made according to feedback from players. It can be downloaded here, and it’s a more compact 5.96 GB in size.
Unfortunately, both demos are in Japanese, but they’re quite easy to understand and enjoy even if you don’t speak the language. A Japanese PSN account is required to download and install them.
Hopefully, Sega and Bandai Namco will release English versions of the demos at some point. In the meanwhile, you can play the Japanese ones. Especially Project Judge’s demo is really, really good and worth every single megabyte.
God Eater 3 will release for PS4 and PC on December 13th in Japan. We already have a launch date for North America and Europe, on February 8th. You can take a look at the latest screenshots.
Project Judge launches exclusively for PS4 on December 13th in Japan and next year in North America and Europe. You can enjoy a gallery of recent images for this one as well.