Anyone looking to play through Judgment with the new English voiceover won't be disappointed. The voice cast is exemplary and the performances are uniformly excellent, Fred Tatasciore especially menacing as snarling white-suited Matsugane yakuza Kyohei Hamura, and Greg Chun doing a stellar job as Yagami. Music and atmospheric noises are wonderful, too.
Judgment is polished to an almost blinding sheen, character models are detailed and wonderfully realised, while Kamurocho has never looked better; at least not since Kiryu's last outing. A truly fantastic-looking game.
Combat in Judgment is superb, Yagami's flashy crane and tiger fighting styles making for some spectacular dust-ups. Enjoying the many sights, sounds, and flavours that Kamurocho has to offer remains a joy.
The main story proves consistently engaging throughout. Truly, the central narrative is far and away Judgment’s forte, its expert execution delivering something that succeeds in being complex, but never needlessly convoluted. Mini-games (that support 2-players) and other distractions will keep you hooked during the game's 40-50 hours, but activities like drone racing and VR Paradise are a bit on the dull side. Sadly, the original release's pinball machine has been nixed.
A varied list with excellent spread, the only downside being that you have to win every single drone race. Beyond that, the achievements will encourage you to spend countless hours stalking the streets, discovering every Side Case, making Friends, and so on. Not that you'll need any encouragement.