Sega Show-Off Commitment to Judgement’s Varied Localisation

Posted March 1, 2019 by Richard Lee Breslin in Gameplay, Gaming News, PS4, Trailers

Judgement or Judge Eyes as it’s known in Japan, has just gotten a new gameplay trailer that highlights the commitment that Sega are making to ensure that the game is as localised for as many languages as possible.

Not that I see any issue with it, as it’s my personal preference to play, but the fantastic Yakuza series which is also developed by Sega CS1 is in its native Japanese language, with English subtitles (for the UK and US).  However, many would also prefer that the game would be full translated in their native language without the need of subtitles.

So in the trailer seen below, we learn that Judgement will be fully localised (with added subtitles) in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.  You can still of course have the game speak in Japanese, with the subtitles of your choosing.

Judgement is already out now in Japan for the PlayStation 4, but it will get a western release by summer of this year.


Richard Lee Breslin
Richard Lee Breslin

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