Lost Judgment is nothing short of stunning. It's tightly-packed narrative never fails to enthrall, while its gameplay systems make navigating to each of its engrossing narrative beats an exciting experience in its own right.
Lost Judgment is a fantastic success. It expertly builds on the foundation laid by the first game while also continuing to differentiate itself from the Yakuza franchise in smart ways. It’s still very much a Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio Joint, but their brawling mechanics have never been sharper, their graphics have never been better, and this is one of the strongest stories they’ve ever produced. It’s a no-brainer purchase for fans, and new players will find it surprisingly accommodating.
Uno de los mejores videojuegos que he jugado, espectacular historia que te atrapa y logras sentirte interpretado, en este juego no existe un lado bueno o malo todos tienen sus motivos y sus justificaciones para su actos, hasta el protagonista duda si esta haciendo lo correcto,
Ultimately, Lost Judgment is a great sequel, characterized by very inspired writing and a great dose of irreverence. A braver second chapter, more refined and extremely more elegant, which offers the possibility of being played by all those who have never had direct contact with the first episode or with the Yakuza saga. RGG Studio proves once again to be one of the most competent teams on the square, capable of diversifying the gameplay as few, giving full importance to the narrative component of their productions and deliberately omitting some technical details that are however irrelevant for the success of the project. Sure, maybe more could have been done with regards to exploiting the features of Dualsense, but this is more of a wasted opportunity than a real lack.
Lost Judgment is the legitimate sequel to Judgment, and does as well as its predecessor on most points. The faithful recreation of Tokyo and Yokohama is an invitation to exploration as the combat retains that franchise-specific intensity and technicality. As for the scenario, the latter literally takes the guts. The high school setting as well as the themes addressed perfectly compensate for the lack of a strong link with the Yakuza saga. Only certain gameplay mechanics that are too interventionist, and the noticeable absence of a new geographical area are to be deplored without this ruining the gaming experience.
For a detective game, Lost Judgment presents an intriguingly complex story and a decent variety of gameplay and gadgets. However, it takes a long time to get interesting and the actual detective work is a bit too linear for hardcore mystery fans like me.
Bit of an odd game. If you liked Judgment, you would like Lost Judgment. Better than the first game in some aspects, noticeably worse in others. Your mileage may vary in that regard. I do think the story overall was much more intriguing than the first game.
This game has an interesting open world and I did like some of the minigames and side quests. Other than that, this game is garbage. The combat in this game is boring and repetitive. When I pay $60, I expect a combat system with depth and detail. All the developers did in this game is put pretty colorful lights during every move, to give players the illusion that the game is fun. None of that is fun for me. The physics are beyond horrible. The animations are pathetic. I've seen PS4 titles with way better animations.
There is no multiplayer. So once you beat the story, there is not a reason to touch this game again. Charging $60 for a game with no replay value is a cashgrab. Not to mention that the story is garbage in this game with bad voice acting. Or at least the English voice acting is bad. I recommend you wait to pick this game up until it is $15.
The game overstays its welcome. It tries to incorporate so much variety but really stumbles in the execution. The huge amount of mini games are a chore, especially the robot one... and the 'Amon' fight is downright unfair. And this comes from a 'dark souIs' veteran so no; I am not bad at games. I was not planning to buy this but due to great reviews, this game came under my radar. But I found it to be kinda overrated.
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