Teams behind the new Switch JRPG Restorative Justice released both statements on their official websites today, apologizing for the content received within the game.
Yashioji, founder of the Harusuberian series, has made it clear that he is not participating in the new, unrelated project from Kemco and City Connection. In spite of all this, all three parties have realized that, after some discussion, the sale of Revenue of Justice will continue as planned and that Yashioji is comfortable with the continued distribution of the game.
Restorative Justice is available now on Switch and PS4, only in Japan. It's a new RPG strategy with many limitations to discover.