Lost Judgment seeks to stay in this gray area between a little silly humor and rather dark themes, something that the Yakuza saga, in almost all editions, has been able to do masterfully. The little that has been seen from the game so far shows scenes in schools, a detective dog, and various skateboarding interactions, which can set a relaxed tone for the production.
However, oddly enough, it was one of the game’s locators, Scott Stichart who through your twitter account He cautioned players against heavier topics that the game’s plot addresses and should not be taken lightly.
Judgment lost in an abyss between the dark and the funny
This is a post from Bummertown, but it’s worth saying: I’m glad you’re all excited for dancing / skateboarding / dogging in Lost Judgment, but remember the story is about various traumas, and no amount of the fun stuff is worth being in the wrong headspace for it.
– Scott Strichart (@TriggerRedd) July 22, 2021
Los tweets del profesional indican que está muy contento con la emoción que el público manifestó hasta ahora con respecto a Lost Judgment, pero que a pesar de tener varios momentos graciosos, la historia adentra en “varios traumas” para los que los jugadores deben preparase in advance.
“If (this aspect) concerns you, do some additional research before getting the game. Your health comes first and this title doesn’t do little girls’ round.” Wrote.
If you’re already a veteran player in the Yakuza saga or Judgment itself, you know very well what you’re getting yourself into. Despite the mundane tone of the game, it includes a series of pretty dark themes in general.
To check how true Stichart was in his assessment, we’ll have to wait until September 4, when the game arrives on Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC, PS4, and PS5.