Project Judge Western Region Release Date Confirmed With New Name

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Project Judge / Judge Eyes / Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon is finally announced to release in Summer 2019, also Project Judge Western region is re-branded to Judgmenet title. Judgment is developed by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio and the game will release exclusively on PlayStation 4.

The release date and re-branded for Project Judge Western region was announced in a tweet of official SEGA twitter account. The tweet description says, ”Judgment (formerly Project JUDGE) is headed to the West in summer 2019! Step into the mind of Takayuki Yagami and utilize investigation skills to uncover the secrets that lie deep within Kamurocho’s corrupt underbelly when Judgment launches in summer 2019!”.

Project Judge Western region will also support dual audio and dual subtitles. You can swap any time the voice work between the English and Japanese while playing the game. The subtitles will also swap automatically based on what audio you have selected for output.

Judgement has a strong English cast. For one, Greg Chun takes on the role of Judgment’s protagonist. Other voice cast members includes Crispin Freeman who plays Takayuki Yagami, Matthew Mercer, Cherami Leigh, Yuri Lowenthal, James Hong, Ed O’Ross, Amy Walker, Matt Yang King, Fred Tatasciore, and Brian McNamara.

Judgement’s main protagonist is a former lawyer turned detective. The game takes place in present day of Japan. Takuya Kimura stars the lead character in Project Judge, he is also an actor and former member of Japnese boy band SMAP.

Game Producer Hosokawa in an interview talked about the story length, side quests and how much of total time the game will take to reach 100% completion. Hosokawa mentioned that it will take 30 to 35 hours only if you play straight away the story mode. If you play the story missions along with side quests, it will take approximately 70 to 80 hours of gameplay time. The side quests in game are well balanced, the game becomes very difficult if your ignore them and focus only on main story missions.

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