Project Judge latest gameplay, Japanese shop-specific purchase bonuses announced

19 minutes of new footage.

Project Judge

Sega debuted the latest gameplay of Project Judge, known as Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon in Japan, during the latest Sega Nama broadcast.

Additionally, the company announced retailer-specific purchase bonuses for Project Judge in Japan, including:

  • Amazon Japan – Amazon Japan-exclusive original PlayStation 4 theme
  • GEO Mart – Detective Yagami’s Investigation Notebook
  • Sega Store – Extra-large no-fold poster (90cm x 30cm) and detective office business card
  • 7-Net Shopping – Original mini signature card
  • Game Tsutaya – Tsutaya-exclusive original PlayStation 4 theme
  • Family Mart – Family Mart-exclusive original PlayStation 4 theme
  • PlayStation Store – PlayStation Store-exclusive original PlayStation 4 theme
  • Loppi / HMV – Loppi / HVM-exclusive original PlayStation 4 theme

Project Judge is due out for PlayStation 4 on December 13 in Japan, Asia, and Korea, and in the west in 2019. A demo is available now in Japan. Read more about the game here.

Watch the footage below.

  • 34:36 to 52:20 – Main Story Gameplay
  • 1:01:40 to 1:02:44 – Side Story Gameplay

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