SEGA announces second demo of “Project Judge” in Japan, unveils more gameplay footage
On Tuesday, SEGA announced during their SEGA Nama broadcast that a second demo for Project Judge, known as Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon in Japan, will be released in November in Japan. This second demo is intended to give players a chance to fully experience the charm of Project Judge before its December release.*
SEGA also debuted new gameplay footage of Project Judge showcasing two “Side Eyes” sub-missions, including helping a bald man get his wind-blown wig back, and wearing a blue-collar disguise to sneak into an office building and spy on the staff.
You can watch the new gameplay footage below, which starts at the 46:12 mark.
Project Judge is the latest project from SEGA’s Yakuza team. Players will take on the role of Takayuki Yagami, a disgraced lawyer who must dive deep into Japan’s underworld in order to solve a high-profile murder mystery surrounding one of his former clients.
SEGA noted that more information will be announced in the next episode of SEGA Nama. Project Judge is set to release for PS4 on 13 December in Japan, Korea, and Asia, with a release in western regions in 2019. The first playable demo is available now in Japan.