Twitter user PSN Releases, who posts data retrieved from PlayStation Network servers, found a listing for: lost judgment‘s demo on the Japanese PlayStation Store. A translation of the entry, which is for the PS4 version, reads: Lost Judgment: Unjudged Memory Trial.
The game 審判之逝：湮滅的記憶 體驗版 with id CUSA29956 has been added to the PS4 asian PSN! pic.twitter.com/7aaGdl3JQD
— PSN releases (@psnrelease2) August 26, 2021
SEGA and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio have announced another demo, so we have no idea what it entails and whether it will release globally for all platforms or not. However, the publisher has made an effort to fine-tune its video game releases around the world, so we can’t imagine the demo being limited to Japan or Asia. Nevertheless, we will update our readers when we have more information.
In lost judgment, players will once again put themselves in the shoes of lawyer turned detective Takayuki Yagami. Together with his partner Masaharu Kaito, a former Yakuza, Yagami must investigate a mind-boggling crime whose prime suspect has a perfect alibi.
An official overview reads:
December 2021, Tokyo District Court. Akihiro Ehara is accused of groping a woman on a crowded train.
Video footage of a bystander of his attempt to flee the scene and subsequent arrest is all over the news, and public outcry is demanding maximum punishment.
“Three days ago a body was found in an abandoned building in Yokohama. Have you identified it yet?’ he proclaims as confusion cuts through the courtroom.
His lawyer, Saori Shirosaki, has no doubt that crucial details of the situation have been overlooked, as Ehara was not even tried for the murder.
She contacts Detective Takayuki Yagami to investigate further.
How could Ehara have committed two crimes at once? Was the sexual battery just a cover? Did Ehara play the whole legal system?
As victims surface and Yagami digs further into the truth, he is faced with a question: defend the law or do justice? From just a single stumbling block one can become a monster…
lost judgment will be released worldwide on September 24.