Memorable tunes and excellent voice performances across the board (whether you're choosing English or Japanese audio) ensure that Lost Judgment always sounds fantastic.
Quite possibly the best-looking Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio game yet, which is no mean feat, given the high bar of quality. Characters and environments alike look stunning.
Combat feels more fluid, Yagami's options expanded with the addition of the Snake style, while investigations are slightly more involved. Lost Judgment is good fun.
A bigger game than its predecessor, with a skateboard for getting around Ijincho, a dog, and stray cats to make friends with. Some elements have been scaled back or nixed, but there's more than enough new stuff on offer to make up for it. There are extras on the main menu, too, like 'The Gauntlet', in which you can replay certain sequences against the clock.
A very good list that covers practically everything in Lost Judgment, although the return of the obligatory Legend difficulty playthrough and 100% completion are still quite daunting.