Lost Judgment will have playable Sega Master System games and dating system
Sega has published more gameplay details for Lost Judgment, highlighting some of the side content found in the game. This includes playable Sega Master System games and the player's ability to let the protagonist Takayuki Yagami date Emily S. Mochizuki.
Yagami will be introduced to Emily through a case investigation. The British-born woman works at the Girl's Bite bar in Yokohama's Isezaki Ijincho district. At first, Emily will not talk much to be of any help in solving cases, so Yagami will have to regularly visit the bar and interact to make her eventually open up. However, the player can take a further step to deepen their relationships even further.
Once Emily falls in love with Yagami and becomes his girlfriend, she can support Yagami whenever a battle breaks out nearby Girl's Bite. She will help fill up Yagami's EX gauge, allowing him to more easily unleash moves that require portions of the gauge.
Lost Judgment will also have many other side activities and minigames, including playing arcade games at the in-game Club Sega building. One of them detailed recently is the ability to access and play classic 8-bit games from the Sega Master System located in Yagami's office.
A total of 8 Master System games will be playable here. However, the only game available by default is Alex Kidd in Miracle World. Yagami will have to find the other cartridges in-game to unlock the other games.
The full Sega Master System game list is as follows:
- Alex Kidd in Miracle World
- Fantasy Zone
- Ashura (the original Japanese release of Rambo: First Blood Part II)
- Double Target
- Enduro Racer
- Penguin Land
- Maze Walker
- Woody Pop
Find more screenshots showcasing Lost Judgment's side cases right below. The game will be released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X simultaneously worldwide on September 24.