Lost Judgment

Lost Judgment for PS5, Xbox Series X, & More Shows Gameplay, Minigames, & Cutscenes in New Video

Today Sega released a new video of the upcoming investigation action game Lost Judgment, showing minigames and more.
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Today Sega released a new video of the upcoming investigation action game Lost Judgment.

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The video features Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio director Toshihiro Nagoshi and Takuya Kimura, who plays the protagonist Takayuki Yagami, as they take a good look at the game.

We get to see gameplay, story cutscenes, and plenty of minigames that we’ll be able to enjoy when the game comes out.

You can take a look below.


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, the first videos of this series introducing the characters and actors, and the second.

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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