Lost Judgment is the sequel to Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio's Judgment — a spinoff of the popular Yakuza series. The game follows Takayuki Yagami, a defense attorney-turned private detective, and his companions as they work to solve a brand new murder mystery.
As promised, Lost Judgment is a lot darker than its predecessor and has upped the ante in terms of content and features. The game features two densely populated city maps to explore, Kamurocho and Yakuza: Like a Dragon's Yokohama, and offers even more side content for players to enjoy.
With so much to explore and lots of cases to solve, it's time to put on your detective hat and hit the streets. Fortunately for you, we've got guides for everything you need right here.
There are thirteen chapters in Lost Judgment, but we haven't covered every aspect of each chapter and have omitted the more linear portions of the story from our guides. Here, you will find all of the solutions you need for the investigative moments, such as Active Search Mode, Observation Mode, and presenting evidence solutions. As Chapter Seven doesn't have any of these, there is no walkthrough for that particular chapter.
Note: The following guides will contain some spoilers.
Before You Play
Complete Story Walkthrough
- Prologue And Chapter One Walkthrough
- Chapter Two Walkthrough
- Chapter Three Walkthrough
- Chapter Four Walkthrough
- Chapter Five Walkthrough
- Chapter Six And Eight Walkthrough
- Chapter Nine Walkthrough
- Chapter Ten Walkthrough
- Chapter Eleven, Twelve, And Thirteen Walkthrough
Unlockables, Side Cases, And Collectibles
This is where you will find information on the unlockables and secrets you can find within the game, as well as guides for collectibles — such as the hefty squirrel graffiti collection — and walkthroughs for certain side cases that you might find a little more tricky.
Side Case Walkthroughs
- Complete Side Case List
- Dating Guide
- Where The Kappa Roam Walkthrough
- Chaos Of The Masked Writer Walkthrough
Review, Interviews, and Opinion Pieces
Here you'll find our thoughts on Lost Judgment, including our review — where we gave it 4.5/5 — and our interview with Kazuki Hosokawa. We've also got our opinion pieces here for those who just can't get enough of Lost Judgment and want to read more.
- Lost Judgment Review - An Addictive Thriller That Makes You Question Your Own Sense Of Justice
- Lost Judgment Interview: Kazuki Hosokawa On Pandemic Development, Dead Souls, and Leaving Kazuma Kiryu Behind
- Unraveling The Mystery Behind Lost Judgment’s Struggle To Launch On PC
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