Project Judge Showcases More Of Its Story And Gameplay With Extended Trailers

By Sato . September 27, 2018 . 8:00am

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Sega shared longer versions of story and gameplay trailers for Project Judge, the new courtroom thriller-themed action game that is being made by the Ryu ga Gotoku Studio (Yakuza Studio).

 

First, here’s the story trailer with details from Sega:

Project Judge takes place in modern day Tokyo, following a serial murder case. The main protagonist, private detective Takayuki Yagami (played by Takuya Kimura), is a man of conviction who fights for his beliefs, despite the overwhelming despair surrounding him. Kimura has met extensively with the game’s development team to craft this protagonist, dedicating more than 1,000 minutes of voice recording time for his lines. By putting forth so much effort in developing this role, Project JUDGE aims to redefine what it means to truly bring a character to life.

Other talented actors, including Akira Nakao, Kenichi Takito, Shosuke Tanihara, and Pierre Taki were brought in to play the game’s supporting roles. Additionally, the rock band ALEXANDROS enhances the drama to its peak with the original theme song Arpeggio and feature song, Your Song. This game is developed by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studios headed by Sega Chief Product Officer Toshihiro Nagoshi. The studio is known primarily for their work on the Yakuza series, which has sold over 11 million copies worldwide. To create an experience in line with the studio’s core belief to “Create enjoyable games that address mature themes” the team spent more than 3 years developing Project JUDGE‘s story and characters.

 

And here’s the gameplay trailer:

 

Project Judge launches in Japan, Asia, and South Korea on December 13, 2018 for PlayStation 4. The game launches in the West in 2019. Check out our previous report to catch up on the demo that is available in Japan, and here to hear from producer Kazuki Hosokawa about whether any major Yakuza characters will appear.


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