Lost Judgment

Lost Judgment for PS5, Xbox Series X & More Introduces Akihiro Ehara & His Actor In English Video

Today Sega released another video in English of a series dedicated to the characters of Judgment sequel Lost Judgment.

Today Sega released another video in English of a series dedicated to the characters of Judgment sequel Lost Judgment.

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The video introduces Akihiro Ehara, played by Ken Mitsuishi. He used to be an active police officer, but he was caught red-handed for molesting a man on a train and he was arrested on a platform of Shinjuku Station while trying to run away.

His violent reaction during the arrest was widely reported setting the public opinion on fire due to his position as a policeman. After two months in court, he was found guilty. Yet, he laughed at the judge while talking about a decomposing body that was found in Yokohama.

The body belonged to a man who had driven Ehara’s son to suicide and “deserved to die.” The murder happened on the very day in which Ehara was arrested. As a result, he had a strong motive for the murder, but his own arrest proved his alibi.

“While being sentenced for a crime he has been found guilty for, Ehara makes the shocking announcement that he knows the whereabouts of a murder victim’s body in a different location…”

Lost Judgment releases globally on Sept. 24 for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, & Xbox One.

Both English and Japanese options will be available for voice-overs, while subtitles will be English (two options), Italian, French, German, and Spanish.

If you’d like to learn more, you can enjoy the original announcement, the first screenshots and details, and another video showing minigames.

If you’re unfamiliar with the game, you can read a brief official description below.

  • Put Yagami’s distinct martial arts forms to the test in order get to the bottom of the case
  • Harness the Crane, Tiger, and new Snake stance, a graceful style that can deflect and return an opponent’s strikes, using their energy against them
  • Employ Yagami’s arsenal of detective tricks with new gadgets, stealthily tracking suspects, and crafty methods of infiltration
  • Leave no stone unturned in pursuit of the truth as you take on cases in both Tokyo and Yokohama

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