Project Judge’s prosecution team revealed

SEGA’s upcoming Project Judge is set to hit Japanese, Asian and South Korean retail shelves next month, so SEGA is pulling out all the reveals before then. Today SEGA have revealed the game’s prosecution team, which includes Yagami’s (the main game protagonist) former girlfriend Mafuyu Fujii and a couple more main characters that will be vital to the in-game story.

The following was translated for this 4Gamer article by Siliconera.

Mafuyu Fujii (Actress: Risa Shimizu)

“I can’t help it, you know? I’m a prosecutor. It’s part of my job to suspect people.”

A female prosecutor from the Tokyo Public Prosecutor’s Office. A woman with a strong sense of justice and a good upbringing, she managed to pass the bar exam thanks to her own hard work. She’s known Saori from the Genda Law Offices since her childhood, and they met up once again when they studied at the Faculty of Law together at university. She’s looking to get people to take her seriously for her skills, and not treating her differently because of her looks.

Back when Yagami was a lawyer, he dated her for a while, but since the incident, he’s kept her at a distance. She wants him to return to his former line of work, and thinks he’s much more fit to be a lawyer rather than a private investigator.

Kunihiko Morita (Actor: Junpei Morita)

“I see. So you’re saying the culprit is somewhere else? Could you explain more about that right now?”

The Chief Prosecutor, and somebody Mafuyu looks up to. He doesn’t smile a lot in front of his colleagues, and keeps a cold demeanor and tone of voice. He always deals with things on a logical basis, and is quite feared by his subordinates. That said, he treats other people in an adult manner and can sometimes be seen with a slight smile on his face.

Keigo Izumida (Actor: Tsuguo Mogami)

“I heard that you were working as a private detective nowadays, even though you’re a lawyer with a ‘Not Guilty’ verdict… What a waste.”

A confident and prideful prosecutor with a tendency to look down on criminals. As a gifted prosecutor, he’s been working on twice as many cases as others, but lost face when he lost the case against Yagami three years ago. As a result, he was laughed at by others for his confidence and his words in the past, and thus holds a deep hatred for Yagami.


One response to “Project Judge’s prosecution team revealed

  1. Harlemknight116 says:

    Very interesting!

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