For those who've already bought the game on PlayStation 4 (including yours truly), I'm afraid there's some bittersweet news. Yakuza developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio launched the sport first in Japan, with a worldwide launch following in June 2019. Centred on lawyer-turned-private detective Takayuki Yagami, the game follows a muder mystery, alongside the Yakuza series' usual freaky sidequests and activities. You can expect more street fighting, side missions, and minigames with Judgment, but there's also an investigative element thrown into the mix too.
In our evaluation of the sport, we praised Judgment for constructing one thing new on the construction of the Yakuza sequence' acquainted gameplay.
The crime drama follows former legal professional Takayuki Yagami as he works to unravel the thriller behind a string of murders involving the yakuza. Since then, the long running franchise has seen its expansion to a number of different platforms through remasters and remakes.