Lost Judgment: How to Access the Yokohama Game Room

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In Lost Judgment, entering the game room in Yokohama’s Isezaki Ijincho district is not easy. Here’s how to do it.

The Yakuza the franchise has historically sported a ton of different mini-games to keep players wasting time between missions. The spin-off Judgement The series is no different in this regard, with a lot of different things for players to do. Among them are the traditional Japanese games of chance. However, in Lost judgment, accessing the Isezaki Ijincho game room in Yokohama is not easy and the plot never requires players to go there.

Here’s how to unlock Isezaki Ijincho’s game room and what players can find there.

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How to enter the Yokohama Game Room

The conversation in Lost Judgment which gives the code of the games room in the Isezaki Ijincho district of Yokohama.

After arriving in Yokohama in Chapter 1, Yagami will be free to wander around the city after encountering a group of bullies harassing a cafe worker, which the game forces to happen. At any time after that, the game room can be accessed with the password.

To get the password, head to the conversation marker under the rails at West Jinnai Station. Two men will talk about Isezaki Ijincho’s secret playroom. One of the men will give a hint about the password by saying “press 2 left, 2 up, 1 right, then down 3 times”. It will then specify that the last digit of the password is zero.

Head to the game room in the southeast corner of the map to find the game room and its keypad lock. Starting from zero, go through the code in reverse: Go up three times, once to the left and twice down. There is no need to worry about the starting number since the player did not specify that it was part of the code. Reverse this process to get 7120, which is the code and will unlock the game room.

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What Yagami can do and get at Gambling Hall

The Lost Judgment games room in the Isezaki Ijincho district of Yokohama.

There are two games that Yagami can play in the game room: Oicho-kabu and koi-koi. Either set of commodities forces Yagami to purchase wooden tags from the local vendor. As in previous games in the franchise, the costs are 50 tags for 5,000 yen, 100 tags for 10,000 yen, and 1,000 tags for 100,000.

In terms of price, Yagami can exchange 10, 100, 1000 and 2000 labels respectively for bronze, silver, gold and platinum plaques. He can then sell them to the pawnshop for a profit. More interesting are Free Pass Voucher 6 (10,000 tags) and Quartet (2,500 tags). Collecting all six Free Pass coupons gives Yagami unlimited access to Paradise VR, which he will unlock in a later sub-story. Quartet is a game for the Sega Master System, so once Yagami purchases it, players can enjoy the 1986 run-and-gun shooter at the Yagami Detective Agency in Kamurocho.

In Early Access now, Lost Judgment releases September 24 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S.

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