This is Judgment review. The Yakuza games, one of the most established series in Sega, have a certain audience. In the series that has been going on for many years, we witnessed the events of a Yakuza leader.
This time, however, it is time to browse the other side of the criminal world. We control Judgment, the so-called Spin-off of the Yakuza games, another character in the same universe, another story, a character who chases justice, a former lawyer, a new detective, Takayuki Yagami.
Judgment has almost the same mechanics as Yakuza games. The game, which has an open world that is not very big, takes place in the city of Kamurocho where Yakuza games take place. In the Judgment we are not controlling a Yakuza member, but a former lawyer and a new private detective, Takayuki Yagami.
Successful lawyer Yagami loses his sense of justice when his ex-client, whom he acquitted from the murder case, kills his girlfriend and sets fire to their home. Yagami, who quit attorneyship, becomes a detective. Keeping in touch with the world of crime, Yagami tries to find his way as a classic dirty detective character.