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Project Judge Gets an Addition of Vipers and Motor Raid Play, Playable Via Play Spots, Confirms Sega

Project Judge

Tokyo Game Show 2018 is in full bloom. Every day tons of breaking gaming news are coming out that originate at the TGS 2018. One of the most catchiest ones is about the upcoming Project Judge by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio.


The recent announcement was in fact made at the Tokyo Game Show 2018 by Sega North Theater. According to Sega, fans will be treated to 1995 Sega classic and Arcade 3D fighting title named as Fighting Vipers. Fans will also be fortunate enough to have another one of Sega’s legendary titles Motor Raid in Project Judge.

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Both these titles will be playable via the Play Spots feature in the upcoming Project Judge. In addition, according to Sega, both these titles will remain part of the PJ forever. The critically acclaimed title, Fighting Vipers has been previously successfully ported to PS3, Dreamcast, and Xbox 360. However, this is the very first time for Motor Raid to port to any console ever.

Both these inclusions will offer tons more content to the game as well as increasing the play time. Fans are already excited because Project Judge is about to launch. This news has, in fact, doubled up the treat for the fans of Project Judge as it will offer way more than they previously expected from the game.

Project Judge is all set to launch on Play Station 4 on December 04, 2018 in Japanese and all other Asian regions along with Korea. However, the Western release will take place on a later date in 2019. The studio hasn’t yet announced an exact release date for the western regions. A demo of PJ is already available to play but only in the Japanese regions. For more info about the game, please check out this recent Famitsu release.

Download the Demo version for Project Judge from the official PlayStation Store.

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