Does this Yakuza spin-off stand apart from the rest of the series? If you're looking to speed up that process, we've got you covered. Another game in the Yakuza universe has landed, and with it comes a new cycle of buying things and unlocking skills in the effort to become the biggest badass in Kamurocho. Thanks for checking out my playthrough of Judgment on the PS4 Pro! Judgment is a brave departure for Ryu Ga Gotuku Studio, temporarily leaving Yakuza behind to craft an engaging detective thriller stands on its own. Special Thanks to Chris Kimble! If they are not picked up in the story, they will become available at Onodera's Wares later in the game for 650 SP each. There are 55 QR codes scattered around Kamurocho in Judgment.Five of them unlock new skills for Yagami.The other 50 unlock the five best drone parts available in … Skill Books in the Story. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Judgment PS4 review – Yakuza meets Phoenix Wright GameCentral Thursday 20 Jun 2019 2:33 pm Share this article via facebook Share this article via twitter Share this article via messenger Judgment is the latest PS4 game from the creators of Yakuza, and it blends the series’ beat ‘em up gameplay with a crime thriller filled with detective elements. For Judgment on the PlayStation 4, Guide and Walkthrough by CyricZ. Find out in our review of Judgment! We've figured out the best way to farm both money and SP in Judgment. Or is it a familiar revisit with nothing new? Three Skill Books can first be found in the Story. So far, its probably my favourite Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio game, even after putting well over 170 hours in Yakuza 0, i love Yagami and co, and the combat imo is the best its ever been, its like a playground with the amount of things you can do, and the story so far has me on the edge of my seat, similarly to 0 but more intriguing because of the mystery factor.