Judgement Remastered – Tokyo Confidential

Judgement Remastered – Tokyo Confidential

There’s no better way to get to know a city than by exploring its crime scene, and there’s no better way to do that, than by walking through the crime scene, and then finding out who did it. Today, that’s exactly what we’re going to do in Tokyo, Japan.

I found myself at a club in Tokyo, with a large group of friends. Someone at the table mentioned that we were going to ‘judgement’ the next day, and so I said I would like to come along. “Judgement” is a game that requires its players to break with convention and judge people based on very little evidence. It’s incredibly difficult, and a game that requires a strong moral compass. I’ve never seen a game where you have to decide what to do after observing a person for only a few seconds.

This month, the team at Undergrowth Games and our partners at TwoStep Studios are proud to announce the launch of Tokyo Confidential – Chapter II: Judgement Remastered, a sequel to last year’s breakout online heist game, Tokyo Confidential . Over 40 missions based in Tokyo’s busy Shinjuku district await you. Converting Tokyo’s bustling metropolis into a hostile warzone, our story-driven campaign is set in an expansive sandbox that features more than 60 missions, a story campaign, and the opportunity to team up with friends to tackle some of the game’s most challenging missions.. Read more about judgment remastered and let us know what you think.

REVIEW – In the thriller Judgment, we follow charismatic Japanese private investigator and former lawyer Takayuki Yagami as he investigates vicious serial murders committed by Japanese mafia families, the Yakuza, in a fictional Tokyo neighborhood. We tested the game on the Xbox Series X.

In each volume of the Yakuza series, which counts eight games so far, we could control Kazuma Kiryu, an underworld hero belonging to Japan’s notorious Yakuza crime gang, in the same location: the fictional and cursed Kamarucho district in Tokyo. (In the latter case, only the main character has changed). The game series, with its extremely intricate plot, is still most reminiscent of a Netflix series, if only because of its extended running time, which can reach 30-40 hours in some episodes.

In the thriller Judgment, we follow charismatic Japanese private detective and former lawyer Takayuki Yagami as he investigates brutal serial murders committed by Japanese mafia families, the Yakuza, in a fictional Tokyo neighbourhood. We tested the game on the Xbox Series X.

In each volume of the Yakuza series, which counts eight games so far, we could control Kazuma Kiryu, an underworld hero belonging to Japan’s notorious Yakuza crime gang, in the same location: the fictional and cursed Kamarucho district in Tokyo. (In the latter case, only the main character has changed). The game series, with its extremely intricate plot, is still most reminiscent of a Netflix series, if only because of its extended running time, which can reach 30-40 hours in some episodes.

Judgment, which is also akin to the Yakuza series but has a different protagonist and slightly different gameplay, hit stores first in Japan in 2018 and later in the rest of the world in 2019, with the next-gen version just released on Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 and Google Stadia, and we dove right into the graphically polished new police action adventure.

Judgement Remastered – Tokyo Confidential

Supercop beats all

So far I have only mentioned the positives, but it should be noted that the verdict is not perfect either. The street fights, for example, I found unnecessary and a bit ridiculous at the end, and more than once they broke the charm of the professional plot and city simulation. If Tokyo really needed so many fights with street gangs attacking us every so often, total anarchy would have broken out in the city by now. Sure, it’s essentially a video game, you need enemies all the time, but the developers could have at least provided some sort of logical explanation as to why our hero is so inevitably involved with street gangs.

On the other hand, the detective part is not as well developed as in the classics of the genre, such as L.A. Noire or Sherlock Holmes: Crime and Punishment. There is no need to put so much pressure on the grey matter (to quote Inspector Poirot). As a result, the gaming experience feels more like an interactive Netflix crime series than a real detective game.

Despite all of these minor flaws, I can only recommend the game to those who are receptive to a really long, meaningful, often exciting and twisted Yakuza spin-off, as they certainly won’t be disappointed.

-Zardoz-

Professional:

+ An intriguing investigation against the backdrop of a conspiracy….
+ A five-star cast, beautifully played by dedicated
actors. Level 7. Direction and staging are worthy of the art.

Against:

– … With a sometimes repetitive and sometimes underused gameplay,
– … Suffers from a lack of pace at times
– Noticeably lacks a second area to explore.

Publisher: SEGA

Developer: SEGA

Genre: Action-Adventure

Date of publication : 20. April 2021Tokyo Confidential is a mystery-themed adventure game, set in an alternate 2032 Tokyo. You play as a private detective called Akitada, who gets hired by a secret cult to find a missing person. This is the game’s first full release, but the premise is far from unique: it’s just a few years after the events of Xenoblade Chronicles, with the world political situation in turmoil and the country struggling with recovery from a brutal conflict.. Read more about judgment xbox and let us know what you think.

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