Project Judge demo available now on Japanese PSN store


Solve crimes, jump fences, kick faces

Sega has released a new demo of the next release from Team Yakuza, the action-packed detective adventure Project Judge. The succinctly titled Project Judge Chapter One Special Demo is available to download for PS4 from the Japanese PSN store.

The demo features a trimmed-down version of the upcoming action-RPG's opening chapter. The full game will see players step into the hip jeans of private investigator Takayuki Yagami, solving various cases on the mean streets of Kamurocho. Yagami is equipped with the natural detective skills of evidence gathering, witness interrogation, and off-the-wall spinning scissor kicks.

Project Judge launches in Japan on PS4 December 13. A western localisation is confirmed for 2019.

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