Judgment New Trailer Unveils the Remodeled Look of Kyohei Hamura
PlayStation 4™ – US & EU
After several weeks of pondering how Kyohei Hamura’s remodeled character will look like in Judgment, SEGA and RPG Studio finally revealed the revamped look for the character’s model via a post on Twitter by the developers.
The company provided a new trailer to give us our first glimpse at the remodeled look of Kyohei Hamura, the captain of the Matsugane Family.
You can check out the comparison of the previous model character vs. the remodeled character in the image below.
You can check out the official announcement on RPG Studio’s Twitter account below.
Throughout Yagami's investigation, he'll have to collaborate with, and occasionally face off against, some of the most powerful individuals in Kamurocho.
— RGG Studio (@RGGStudio) April 16, 2019
Moreover, according to IGN, the remodeled character is still the original one and not a scan of a new actor. In addition, the lip-sync and character’s movements are not altered. You can check out the comparison video below, via IGN.
So, what are your thoughts about this new remodeled character of Kyohei Hamura? Share us your thoughts in the comment sections below.
Judgment is slated to release on June 25, 2019, in the West for PlayStation 4.
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For the overview of the game, this game takes you in the modern day of Tokyo, Japan. The main protagonist, Takayumi Yagami, is a private detective and a man with strong principles to fight for his beliefs despite the hopelessness he experienced. As he faced betrayal from his client, his credibility goes rock bottom not until he caught up in a serial murder case that might push his limits with his investigative skills to solve the case.
- Dual Audio – Players can switch between the Japanese and English VO tracks at any point during the game. Experience Judgment using whichever language you prefer
- Dual Subtitles – Subtitles change based on which audio track is selected – Japanese or English. Japanese voice subtitles are presented in a way that represents the traditional Yakuza experience while English voice subtitles match the English script
- Localization Pedigree: Judgment’s localization has been handled in-house by SEGA of America’s talented Yakuza series localization team
Read more about the game here.