Project Judge introduces Friend Events system

Befriend the residents of Kamurocho to gain various benefits.

Project Judge

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu has new information on Project Judge, known as Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon in Japan, introducing the “Friend Events” system.

Here are the tidbits:

  • “Friend Events” is a system where you deepen your interactions with the residents of Kamurocho to gain various benefits.
  • Increasing your evaluation will also bring cases your way.
  • Sakura Amamiya is a woman from Sotenbori, Osaka. By befriending her, you can receive an on-duty massage.
  • By deepening your bonds with “Ryan Acosta Ninja,” he will come to your aid in battle.
  • By deepening your bonds with the manager of Kyushu No.1 Star, he will give you items for use in battle.
  • Some friends that can progress into a girlfriend. By increasing your friendship level, you may be asked to go on a date. Conversely, you can also ask them out on a date.
  • There are at least three girlfriend candidates. One of them is a college student named Tsukino Saotome (voiced by Kaede Hondo).

Project Judge

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.

Thanks, Famitsu and Ryokutya2089.

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