Lost Judgment, the sequel to Judgment originally released on PS4, you might be going through a bit of a mess. According to the Japanese magazine Nikkan Taishu, a Conflict between Sega and actor Takuya Kimura’s talent agency, which appears in the video game, could be hindering a future port to Steam. In addition, this dispute would put the future of the saga at stake.
Japanese site Nikkan Taishu reports Lost Judgement might the last game in the series due to disagreements between SEGA and the talent agency of actor Takuya Kimura
The reason: SEGA wants a Steam version – the agency doesn’thttps://t.co/v7NRdKi5gQ
The Judgment saga will be in danger
The spin-off from Yakuza, very well received by the specialized critics at the time, it would be in a compromised situation as far as its continuity is concerned. According to this Japanese magazine, the origin of the conflict will be rather simple: the actor’s agency does not want Sega to launch a port to Steam of said game. The reasons given by said agency are, to say the least, curious: state that they follow strict policies when it comes to letting their actors appear in various video games. Apparently, Appearing on PC could put actor Takuya Kimura in an unwanted situation, which is why they do not see with good eyes that the video game reaches the Valve platform, something that collided head-on with Sega’s idea of expanding its sagas on PC.
The same source also speaks of the future of the saga is in check. If the conflict is not resolved, these video games will not see the light in the future, which is why Sega is currently negotiating possible solutions.. Regarding Sega, it is important to note that over the years it has been supporting the PC market more than ever. Despite Judgment is not on PC, I know that it has been the case that the saga Yakuza, from which they drink spin-off, is available on PC. As you can see below, it is not the first time that the agency tries to hide the actor’s image in the media, something surreal as the user points out.
Lost Judgment warms up
Lost Judgment showed a week ago his spectacular cinematic intro. Fans of Yakuza and his own Judgment They are looking forward to this sequel that promises to expand the universe of the original game and continue to tell the fascinating story of the first title. Would you like to see Lost Judgment on Steam?