PS4 Exclusive Judgment by Yakuza Developers Gets Western Release Date

Today Sega announced the western release date of its upcoming action-adventure Judgment.

Vandamme211957d ago

Getting judgment and shenmue 3

Kostche1956d ago

its because the iq is over 9000 :P

MoshA1957d ago (Edited 1957d ago )

Gonna wait for PC port. Yakuza 6 was actually worse than 0 in so many ways. 900p + awful anti aliasing, buggy combat, no fighting styles and 30 fps. Not a good combination.

TheColbertinator1957d ago

Steam version at the ready at the end of 2019 for sure.

OpenGL1957d ago (Edited 1957d ago )

The bigger issue was it didn't hold 30fps very well on the regular PS4. It was better on the Pro at 1080p with a more consistent framerate but so far the Dragon Engine hasn't been very impressive in Yakuza 6 / Kiwami 2. If how it looked and ran on the Pro was how it was on the base system, it wouldn't be a bad showing. It's especially unimpressive when looking at titles like Spider-Man and God of War on base / Pro systems.

P_Bomb1957d ago

I played the Judge Eyes demo on the base PS4 and can confirm it’s still the dragon engine, for better or worse. Frames stuttered under 30; disappointing considering the graphics/physics/effects aren’t exactly pushing the envelope. On the plus side I didn’t notice any tearing going into buildings. Seamless interiors are back along with new fight styles.

Razmiran1957d ago

That was due to the change in engine, Kiwami 2 was much better optimized

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PC Games That Are Better With A Controller

Here are some great PC games that are even better with a controller. In fact, one can say that they're meant to be played with a controller.

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shinoff2183319d ago

That's why I don't mess with PC gaming for the most part. When I game I'm relaxing. Hard to do that with a keyboard and mouse. That's just my thought on it.

I'm still hoping bethesada adds real controller support to the og fallout or re release them on xbox like what was done with wasteland 1

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Shiore2u318d ago (Edited 318d ago )

What exactly is so hard about using a keyboard and mouse compared to a controller when subjectively relaxing? Do you game upside down on a crossbar?

Daeloki318d ago

At least in my opinion, with a controller I can lay back comfortably in my couch however I want. Keyboard + mouse would require a table and chair, and requires investing in ergonomics not to completely mess up my back (not saying the couch is good for my back either but achieving comfortability is easier). Again, emphasizing that I'm speaking out of opinion, and I agree with you that concepts of relaxing and which is better are both very subjective matters. All in all I don't think it's a particularly good article since it really boils down to personal preference.