I’ve purchased Misplaced Judgment with no intention of enjoying it
Some time again I completed Yakuza: Like A Dragon and felt somewhat bit misplaced. You understand the sensation, proper? If you snap shut a bit of fiction you’ve been studying for days, or months even, it may be troublesome severing these relationships you’ve constructed with its characters. Until there’s a direct sequel, you should pull your pants up and shelve these feelings and transfer on.
Not that I battle with letting go of characters and tales notably, however my mind makes an exception for the Yakuza video games. Extra particularly, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio’s video games. I’ve reached some extent the place I’m ordering Misplaced Judgment with no intention of enjoying it for months – possibly even a 12 months? It’s all a ploy to hold onto RGG’s characters and worlds for so long as I can; a form of buffer to maintain the unease at bay. Having nowhere to show to subsequent isn’t an possibility.