Today we brought you our impressions from playing the detective turn of the Yakuza series, which is Lost Judgment. You can look forward to our review in the coming days, below you can see a summary of foreign reviews below.
Screen Rant: The Lost Judgment is stunning. His well-dosed story continues to captivate as game systems make navigating game locations exciting. - 100%
Hey Poor Player: The Lost Judgment is an excellent sequel that builds on its predecessor in every conceivable way and tells a story that forces you to ask what justice means to you. It's an exciting ride full of twists and turns that will keep you in suspense until the very end. And even after the headlines, the city's streets will lure you back with their countless activities. - 100%
App Trigger: An amazing story about a mysterious murder and conspiracy is told through great gameplay. Smooth battles, great places to explore, and fun side quests will keep you coming back. - 95%
Silliconera: Like spectacular fights, the story has a significant impact. Thanks to it, Lost Judgment is a game that, in addition to being fun, really entices you to finish it. - 90%
IGN Italy: A sequel brimming with content that is well written and executed, with a diverse, deep, and satisfying combat system. - 89%
GamingTrend: The Lost Judgment is just a small step forward for the Yakuza spin-off series. Although I'd expect a little more from the sequel, what's here is still as much fun as the first game, if not more. The high school sections present a fresh look at the often-used Japanese environment, while still focusing on the crime drama and investigation that fans love so much. - 85%
SpazioGames: Lost Judgment is too simple and doesn't reach the high level of storytelling that RGG is famous for, but it's still a great action crime drama that you might want to play. - 82%
VGC: Great fights and social clubs will keep you busy for a long time, but it's just a much better detective story that elevates the Lost Judgment above the original game. - 80%
Game Informer: When the Lost Judgment fails, it never recovers. Although there is a lot of interest in the story and gameplay, in the end, the problems become too big to be ignored. - 75%
Shacknews: Sega is obviously able to create a compelling mysterious game that could match the works of studios like Naughty Dog, but it will require a more focused, pace-oriented approach, which Lost Judgment is clearly trying to avoid. - 70%
Digital Trends: Lost Judgment is a mechanically good spin-off of the Yakuza, but thanks to its intricate story, it looks like a stretched TV series. - 60%
Lost Judgment will be released on September 24 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S consoles. You can pre-order the game in the Xzone store.