Judgment Game Review Might Be The Best Detective Game
Developed by Sega and appealing to the lovers of action, adventure, Judgment is one of the productions that especially the Yakuza series should give chance. The game has been developed by the Yakuza team and has a lot of references, but everything is more detailed as a detective. On the one hand, psychological tension, on the other hand, the fight against crime, you find yourself dealing with different cases.
Our story focuses on Takayuki Yagami’s life. The character we control is a private detective. He is an orphan and has a complicated background. After hard work, he gets what he wants but during the years of his lawyer, he defends a serial killer.
This killer kills Yagami’s girlfriend and burns his house down. That’s where all the action starts. At first glance, everything may seem like a simple revenge story, but every task we do is leading us to different adventures. There are many side missions in the game and each has a different story in itself.
In some we disguised and gathered information, in others we beat up men. Having Yagami’s own law firm also allows us to make minor visual changes. The good thing is that if you get bored as you move along the main task line, you can throw yourself into side missions or distract yourself with mini-games.
The mini-games are incredibly ridiculous but not so much fun. Weird mini-games like Virtua Fighter 5 on the one hand and Club Sega on the other, chasing the panty-thief are waiting for you.
Leaving aside the mini-games, the game’s most curious fighting dynamics are intriguing, especially on the console side, but everything seems to be very simple, although seemingly difficult. The fights also have bars where we can use our special moves as boost ex boost.
Most of you will enjoy the animations that seem to be in the Far East movies. In ex boost, this bar is filled every time you make a successful attack. As the bar is full, you can perform better defenses or attacks.
Of course, a better attack means more damage to the enemy. These special attacks also have slowed visually satisfactory transitions. The gameplay isn’t just about fighting and mini-games. We can do a lot of detective action, such as gathering evidence, disguising, making the other confess something.
At the end of each case solved, we earn experience points and distribute them to the skills branched as ”Ability, Battle, Special”. The fun of the game, as well as the course of the story, does not allow you to understand how time passes. Judgment is one of those games that should give chance to those who love the genre, except for the small bugs and sometimes the controls struggled with technical difficulties.
Of course, the other point to be overlooked is the Judgment, although the story is beautiful in the game itself has a structure that repeats itself. Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise is what Judgment is almost the same. Yakuza theme, the head to fulfill justice and so on.
Naturally, you will inevitably begin to compare the characters in the Judgment with the names in the Yakuza. Judgment in any way, Yakuza will satisfy you if you master the series. You’ll have fun with more vibrant colors, vocalization, and atmosphere.