Project Judge Will Get Another Demo Ahead of Release in Japan; New Gameplay

Project Judge Will Get Another Demo Ahead of Release in Japan; New Gameplay

The second demo for Yakuza Studio's Judge Eyes will be released on the Japanese PlayStation Store, before the end of November.

Today’s “Sega Nama” live stream featured Project Judge‘s General Director Toshihiro Nagoshi and two band members of Alexandros: Masaki Shirai who’s at the guitar and Satoyasu Shoumura who’s at the drums. The band handled Project Judge‘s opening song, “Arpeggio”, which you can check here along with the game’s latest information. 

During the stream, Nagoshi-san announced that Project Judge will receive another demo in Japan, ahead of its release there on December 13th. Unlike the first demo, this second demo will be longer, allowing players to “fully enjoy Project Judge‘s appeal”. The demo will launch in a few days, before the end of November.

As with the first demo, which you can watch our playthrough of here, it seems it will only release in the Japanese PlayStation Store.

Moreover, more Project Judge gameplay was shown during the stream, and you can watch it below. We got to see protagonist Takayuki Yagami handle two of the game’s Sidecases. The first one was about helping someone who lost their wig, while the second one was about handling a sexual harassment case.

If you’d like to know more about the game, you can also read our summary of multiple interviews of the game’s cast along with a making-of video.

Project Judge releases exclusively for PS4 on December 13th in Japan, and in “2019” in the west.