Project Judge 51-minute post-announcement presentation

Judges Eyes Is A New Detective Game By The Yakuza Team Shannon Grixti

Judges Eyes Is A New Detective Game By The Yakuza Team Shannon Grixti

Prior to Sony's Tokyo Game Show 2018 event, Yakuza creator Toshihiro Nagoshi and his team at Sega unveiled a new IP. For English speaking audiences, the game's working title is Project Judge.

The developers at Ryu Ga Gotoku Studios have revealed Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon, or Project Judge as it'll be known over here.

This time around you play a detective, and while fighting is basically Yakuza-not-Yakuza, heat actions included, the gameplay focuses a lot more on investigation, including recognizing a suspect from an identikit and tailing him. According to IGN, Judge Eyes places a heavy emphasis on storytelling, with players controlling Takayuki Yagami; a lawyer-turned-detective on the case of a string of murders.

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Perhaps the most impressive part of the announcement is the star power behind the game's leading role.

Project Judge is due out for PlayStation 4 on December 13 in Japan, Asia, and Korea, and in the west in 2019.

Not much is known about the game at present, although Sega has revealed that it will launch in Japan on December 19 and is coming to the United States and UK in 2019.

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