Lost Judgment Arcade Master System Games

Lost Judgment’s Arcade and Master System Add 20 Extra Games to Play While Not Solving a Murder

While the main aim of Lost Judgment is to solve a murder mystery where the perpetrator seemingly has a cast iron alibi, there are plenty of distractions to keep players occupied if they fancy a spot of downtime. The Club SEGA arcade once again makes its return with a handful of titles to play while surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the city streets, but those preferring a little more privacy can make use of the Master System in Yagami’s office. Between them, they add an extra 20 games for players to try out.

Some of the titles available in the Club SEGA arcade will be familiar to fans of the Yakuza and Judgment franchises. Space Harrier, Super Hang-On, Fantasy Zone, Fighting Vipers, Motor Raid, and Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown have all appeared in previous titles in the franchise and will be playable in Lost Judgment once again, but they will be joined by two titles making their debut in the arcade. To celebrate Sonic the Hedgehog’s 30th anniversary, Sonic The Fighters will add more 3D fighting action. Meanwhile, HAMA of the DEAD is a completely new take on KAMURO of the DEAD, which was featured in Judgment and was inspired by House of the Dead.

The office Master System will offer both the western and Japanese versions of the eight games it initially has to offer. These include Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Fantasy Zone, Penguin Land, Quartet, Enduro Racer, Woody Pop, Maze Hunter 3-D, and Secret Command. Those who purchase the Detective Life Pack DLC or grab the Digital Deluxe Edition will get access to four additional games: Sagaia, Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa, Alien Syndrome, and Global Defense.

Players will be able to get their hands on all of these games when Lost Judgment is released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on September 24. Those who purchased the Digital Deluxe Edition will get access to the game three days earlier on September 21; pre-loading is available right now. Those who aren’t sure whether they want to grab a copy of the Lost Judgment should check out our review.

[Source: PlayStation Blog]