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Modders have brought back the look and voice of the scandalous Japanese actor to the Judgment character on PC

portal PCGamesN noted that a group of modders brought back the face and voice of scandalous actor Pierre Taki, which were cut from the console version of the game, to the detective action Judgment.

    Image source: Sega

Image source: Sega

Recall that a few months after the Japanese release of Judgment, Taki was arrested for cocaine use. In connection with this, the game was temporarily withdrawn from sale and the services of the artist were refused.

In the Western release and the remastered Japanese versions of Judgment, Taki’s character was voiced by Miou Tanaka, while the character’s outward appearance lost its resemblance to his voice actor.

    Old and new versions of Kyohei Hamura

Old and new versions of Kyohei Hamura

Modification Judgment Pierre Taki Restoration Patch aims to restore the hero Taki’s appearance and (when played with Japanese dubbing) his voice acting. The mod was originally created for PS4 versions project, but now also available on personal computer.

Judgment Pierre Taki Restoration Patch requires a utility Ryu Mod Managerwhich allows you to install mods for Steam versions of games from the Yakuza and Judgment series by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio. Full Instructions can be found on Steam.

In Judgment, Taki played the role of Kyohei Hamura, the head of the Matsugane family belonging to the Tojo clan in Kamuro-cho district, where the events of the detective action film mainly take place.

The western version of Judgment debuted on PS4 in June 2019, hit PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Google Stadia with the release of the remaster in April 2021, and hit Steam in September 2022 along with its sequel.

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