Lost Judgment School Stories DLC Pack Now Available; Boxing Fighting Style, New Club Interactions

Publisher Sega and developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio have announced that the School Stories DLC content pack for the recently released detective thriller, Lost Judgment, has launched on PlayStation and Xbox platforms.

This DLC pack includes the Fists of Might boxing fighting style and numerous additions to the various clubs, such as being able to fight Yagami’s associates in the boxing ring, creating a powerful robot for victory at the Robotics Club, a new costume, and dancing moves for the Dance Team, and more.

The School Stories DLC pack can be purchased standalone for $4.99 or via the Season Pass, Digital Deluxe, and Ultimate Editions of the title.

If you missed it, check out our review of Lost Judgment on PlayStation 5.

This is a new adventure from the developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, known for the Yakuza series. Players who purchase the PS4 and Xbox One versions will be able to upgrade to the current-gen version for free if they want in the future.

During gameplay, players will take on the role of Yagami, a private eye who has an unconventional way of solving cases. After a string of murders, clues lead to a high school, which opens up a web of corruption and lies. Gameplay is enhanced further with mini-games available as players can participate in several side-events such as becoming a dance club instructor or just playing baseball.

Combat has been enhanced from the original title, with the “Crane” and “Tiger” styles making a return. A new fighting style called “Snake” has been added to the game, which turns enemy attacks back at them. There are School Stories in the priorly mentioned high school that act as a contrast to the seriousness of the main narrative.

Lost Judgment is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

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