The Yakuza Games have long offered playable versions of classic Sega games, but they usually come in the form of arcade classics. The upcoming Lost judgment, however, takes things a little further back in time.
While the arcade cabinets were a sneaky way to keep old arcade games, and even a surprising home for entire Xbox 360 ports, discernment The sequel drops a vintage master system into Yagami’s office to replace the crappy pinball machine from the first game. You can see it in action below (4:06 if the video doesn’t jump straight to that part).
The first menu screen you see isn’t a game selection, but an options screen where you can, for example, read the manual and, interestingly, change the region of the game, presumably between the Japanese and Western versions. You can also pause the game from here because if you’ve never used an original master system, oddly enough, the pause button was on the console itself, not the controller!
The first game we see briefly in the video is Penguin land (also known) Doki Doki Penguin Land Uchū Daibōken) before the actor Takuya Kimura (who plays Yagami in the games and provides both his voice and his face model) stands up for some Alex Kidd.
Lost judgment is the upcoming sequel of 2019 evaluation, a game that I really liked because it was very similar Yakuza, just slightly different in the way it made it anyway Excellent.
Now, in 2021, it has to be a little more differentiated because it is the Yakuza The series’s traditional real-time action combat system, the the main series has now been abandoned in favor of turn-based battles.
Lost judgment will be released in September 2021 for pS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S. And no, I don’t know why they don’t bring it to the pc too.