Sega Releases Shenmue I & Shenmue II For PC, Xbox One & PS4

SEGA announced “Shenmue I & II” for the PC, the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 at the SEGA Fes 2018. The release will be done this year and there will also be a physical release on the two consoles (in addition to the download). On board, of course, are the two classics.

A first trailer has also been released.

It said, “Shenmue I & II were originally released for Dreamcast in 2000 and 2001, respectively, in an open-minded action adventure game that masterfully combines jiu-jitsu fights, investigative investigations, role-play elements, and great mini-games, for the first time ever of modern gaming, including city exploration in an open world – this series also introduced the Quick-Time Event (QTE), not to mention one of the first open-air games where day turned into night, the weather changing, opening and closing stores, and running NPCs on their own schedule, Shenmue’s rousing epic history and vibrant world earned a generation of enthusiastic fans a permanent place on lists of “Best Games Ever “.

Gameplay features

  • Take on the role of Ryo Hazuki.
  • Explore an open world in 3D, search for clues, examine items, and talk to NPCs.
  • Use your Jiu-Jitsu in Hazuki style against opponents and bosses.
  • Complete quick-time events and mini-games.

Key Features

The best Shenmue experience

  • Groundbreaking Dreamcast Classic for the first time on PC
  • Improved user interface
  • A choice between modern or classic control
  • Japanese voice for the first time available to international audiences
  • Fully customizable screen resolution

An epic legend

  • A story of revenge on a huge stage
  • Solve the mystery surrounding the murder of your father
  • An experience you will never forget

The world feels alive

  • Talk to everyone and search the world for clues
  • NPCs lead independent lives with their own schedules
  • Careful replicas of Japan and Hong Kong of the 1980s
  • Take a break and play arcade games, collect collectables, visit duck races and more


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