SEGA and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio have unveiled a new trailer for Lost Judgment dubbed into english, one of the two voice options available in the increasingly close video game. The presentation of the professionals who have lent their voices for this sequel is the main reason for the video, a cast of actors and actresses where we find familiar faces and new ones; without getting into plot spoils.
Greg Chun like Takayuki Yagami
Artt Butler as Akihiro Ehara
Stephanie Sheh como Saori Shirosaki
Erica Lindbeck como Yoko Sawa
Mark Whitten como Sugiura
Todd Haberkorn as Jin Kuwana
Brent Mukai como Daimu Akutsu
Matt Y. King as Kazuki Soma
Crispin Freeman como Masaharu Kaito
Takayuki Yagami sets course for Yokohama; so will the sequel
The play takes place in the middle of December 2021, this time in Yokohama, Japan. “A condemned police officer reveals the location of the victim of a murdered: the man who abused his deceased son,” reads the synopsis. Takayuki Yagami, the protagonist private detective, will then receive a call to investigate the complex case of two crimes committed at the same time. Everything will lead to a complex plot forced by a criminal network, a legal system that does not work and a series of betrayals that will not leave anyone indifferent.
Toshihiro NagoshiExecutive Producer of the Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, said on the occasion of the Lost Judgment announcement: “With this sequel we have tried to break down the walls that we imposed on ourselves in the first game. The writing of the script has required countless hours to get it right and we have recorded over 1,000 minutes of voice dialogue for the scenes. Not to mention the pressure to create something even better than the original. “
The Story Continues: Lost Judgment Releases September 24
Lost Judgment It will arrive this September localized to a total of eight languages; among them, Castilian. Like the first installment, Spanish from Spain is considered among the languages included for the texts of the video game, a declaration of intent that reaffirms SEGA’s interest in increasingly translating its titles in the international market. From Persona 5 Royal to 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim through Yakuza: Like a Dragon. The response of users has been evident at the sales level.
Lost Judgment It will go on sale next September 24 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One. Regarding a hypothetical version for PC, SEGA has no plans for it at the moment.