So finally, after many rumors about the game not coming to PC, SEGA has now officially confirmed Judgment Collection is available on PC.
Sega officially announced that Judgment and Lost Judgment are now available on PC. Announced during the September TGS event, the detective series is finally available on PC a few years after its console debut. Currently, this collection has a total price of nearly $ 100 for both copies. The Kaito expansion will also come with bundled versions of both games, which are yet to launch.
This came as a surprise to fans as it was previously claimed that the PC release for the game was blocked by the lead actor Takuya Kimura’s talent agency. Japanese showbiz news site Nikkan Taishu claimed last year that sources said Kimura’s talent agency Johnny & Associates had blocked the PC versions of the games in the Judgment series because they didn’t want Kimura to appear in the PC games. .
While it’s not entirely clear why, the website claims that because Johnny & Associates “has tight control over the rights [tương tự] for their talent and their online use of images is still limited to a few”, the company can treat PC games differently because home computers have direct access surf Internet.
The report claims that Sega attempted to bring Judgment and Lost Judgment to Steam, but since the agency is preventing this from happening it is possible to draw a line under the series after Lost Judgment. Sega and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio introduced three games in the Like a Dragon series earlier today as part of TGS.
Yakuza 8 will be officially titled Like A Dragon 8 and will star Kiryu and Ichiban. Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased Name has also been revealed. This game will have an event between Yakuza 6 and 7. A spin-off of Yakuza Like a Dragon Ishin was also revealed this week, and that’s good news that Yakuza fans can rest assured for next time. about the future of gaming.