Today Sega released a brand new trailer of the upcoming action-adventure game Judgment.
The trailer showcases the features of the game giving a look to what makes it similar to a Yakuza game, and to what makes it different.
I mentioned the Yakuza series for a reason: this game was developed by the Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, which is responsible from the Yakuza series. You may have heard it called Judge Eyes (its Japanese title) or with its work-in-progress title Project Judge.
Judgment shares the setting with the Yakuza franchise, with the player taking the role of a private eye in the fictional Tokyo district of Kamurocho, which is a reproduction of the real one named Kabukicho in Shinjuku.
You can check out both trailers below, both in English and in Japanese, as Judgment will come with dual audio to complement its star-studded cast.
If you want to see more about Judgment, you can also watch a trailer showcasing the western localization (with English voice acting in addition to the Japanese one), and the original announcement of the western version.
We also have some screenshots showing the smartphone’s apps and Yagami’s office, the opening cutscene, and the full version of the theme song.
Judgment will be released in North America and Europe on June 25 exclusively for PS4, while those who pre-order the game in digital form digital will be able to start playing on June 21 thanks to four-day early access.