Lost Judgment: Life Outside Investigation [VIDEO]

Ryu Ga Gotoku (Yakuza) Studio tends to offer a lot of side activities in its games, and Lost Judgment isn’t going to be an exception to the rule.


In the video below, you can see a few things that you can do in the high school clubs, such as athletics, martial arts, robots, walking the police dog, motorbiking, skateboarding, boxing, and dancing. Takayuki Yagami, the protagonist (the private investigator who can pack a punch if needed) can do many things outside the main story, allowing him to take a break now and then.

Lost Judgment can be pre-ordered in three different versions. The Standard Edition costs 60 USD/EUR, and it gives you the Quick Start Support Pack (we’ll always quote the official description: a pack of useful items to kickstart your investigation). If you get the Digital Deluxe Edition (70 USD/EUR), it will allow you to play the game a few days early.

Instead of September 24, you can play it from September 21. Aside from the early access and the Quick Start Support Pack, it will also contain the Detective Essentials Pack (enhance Yagami’s tools of the trade with a wide variety of lifestyle and detective items), and the School Stories Expansion Pack (deepen your interactions with the school’s clubs with a set of items for each club activity). And finally, the Digital Ultimate Edition (90 USD/EUR) will contain all of it, as well as the Story Expansion Pack (introduces a new story set in Kamurocho and Ijincho; in other words, the DLC).

Lost Judgment will have a simultaneous worldwide launch on September 24 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. (No PC version yet… SEGA will likely push a Google Stadia version out first.) The Digital Deluxe/Digital Ultimate version will allow you to play from September 21.

Source: Gematsu

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