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This mod restores the original Hamura from Judgment.

A new PC mod is replacing the face and voice of a Judgment character whose original likeness was unceremoniously removed several years ago after a drug arrest.

Originally, the character model and voice for the Judgment character Kyohei Hamura was based on Japanese musician and actor Pierre Taki. However, shortly after his arrest for drugs, Sega and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studios rushed to replace him with the voice and likeness of Japanese actor Miou Tanaka.


Judgment: The full review of the Dragon Engine on PS4/PS4 Pro.

Modder Timo 654, however, has brought Taki back to life, so to speak, by meticulously restoring the original voice lines and appearance.

“The purpose of this patch is to restore the original appearance and Japanese voice of Kyohei Hamura to the likeness of the actor who played him in the original release version of Judgment, Pierre Taki, who was replaced because he was arrested for possession and use of cocaine. . “, explains the description in nexus mode (Thank you, The player).

“This is a port of the mod originally made for the PS4 version, redone to work with the remastered PC version.”

If you want to run the mod yourself on PC, you will need Ryu Mod Manager to do so.

At the time of the scandal, Japanese companies recalled products featuring Pierre Taki. Sega withdrew shipments and sales of Judgment, and Square Enix patched Taki’s lines in Kingdom Hearts 3, where he played the snowman from Frozen.

Sega recently announced that a Western release for the historic Yakuza spin-off Like a Dragon: Ishin, which has been “rebuilt from the ground up”, is coming to PS4 and PS5 this coming February.

Like a Dragon: Ishin was originally released for PlayStation 3 and PS4 in Japan under the name Ryū ga Gotoku Ishin! in 2014, transplanting the chaotic Yakuza formula to the late Edo period for a historical slice of samurai action. It follows the protagonist Sakamoto Ryōma as he returns to his home in Tosa where, after an encounter with a high-ranking samurai, he is sentenced to be executed. It will only feature Japanese voice acting and no English dubbing, producer Masayoshi Yokoyama confirmed.


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