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Also known as: Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon (JP)
Developer: Ryu ga Gotoku Studio
Publisher: Sega
Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X
Released internationally: June 25, 2019 (PS4), April 23, 2021 (PS5/Xbox Series X)
Released in JP: December 13, 2018 (PS4), April 22, 2021 (PS5/Xbox Series X)

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

To do:
Screenshots and the such, just again, getting the ball rolling

Judgment is a spin-off based in the Yakuza universe, following the antics of former lawyer turned detective Takayuki Yagami.

Unused UI Assets

Friendship Dummy Image

Judgment NoImageDummyPic.png

The UI textures for the friendship system make reference to three NPCs who do not exist in the final game; Kawasaki, Kominato and Miyanishi. They have no render, represented only by this dummy texture.

Cabaret Club

While this is partially reused from Yakuza Kiwami 2 for dressing up Saori Shirosaki, there are still scripts and dummied out textures referencing the full cabaret club minigame. They're even suffixed with the game's codename, "judge".

Regional Differences

Hamura Kyohei

Pierre Taki, the actor who portrays the Matsugane family captain Hamura Kyohei, was dropped for the international release after he was arrested on suspicion of cocaine use in March 2019. His facial model and Japanese voice work were completely redone.[1]

Naisu Daisu

The receptionist for Dice & Cube has a different name dependent on the language of the game, with all of them being some pun on dice.

Language Name
English Naisu Daisu
Japanese & Korean Rokkaku Aya
French Tsunade Asifas
Spanish Rita Suertecita
Chinese Liujiao Cai

Just to further complicate things, the internal name for her head model is "c_cw_f_nakamura".

Style Names

Yagami's 2 fighting styles have different names depending on the region:

  • The red style is called Flash and the blue style is called Waltz in the Japanese, Chinese and Korean versions.
  • The former is called Tiger and the latter Crane in all other languages. The in-battle HUD even has icons depicting a tiger and a crane replacing the "Flash" and "Waltz" characters from the Japanese, Chinese and Korean versions.