Gamertag Radio writes: "Yu suzuki discusses the topic of Shenmue including the probability of a third game."
Yu Suzuki, still trolling our hopes it seems :(
Meh...even if it did happen, it won't be out for a while. It seems like there aren't any "set" plans for the game to be made yet. Oh well, back to Yakuza :)
im sorry to all Shenmue fans out there but NO dont get me wrong but instead of asking for good OLD games ask fro good NEW games and knowing SEGA they'll find a very creative way to fuck this game up just like they fucked up sonic so please no keep this classic untouched we dont want it fucked sometimes some things should just stay they way they are
@captain . we just are hoping for knowing the end of a saga we all enjoyed we got 7 chapters of a story that had 25 ..EScuse me for wanting to know how it ends ..
I still have hope.
Sega should fix their budget problems so they can make this
Where's Dark Sniper? Jizzed himself to death over this news?
let? LET!? For effs sake SEGA! pull out a weapon if you have to and MAKE HIM DO IT!
Sega is back already. They have been publishing great games this generation. If I was Sega I will have people preordering it. If it reaches 1 Million. Start making the game. The bigger the preorder the bigger the budget.
Vanquish was one of the best single player action games last year I thought. It's pretty short but it's hard to find that really good balance of great pacing and super style
Come on SEGA do it !
I want Vanquish 2 more.
What they need to do is re-release Shenmue 1 and 2 on PSN, XBLA and Wiiwear. Let the fans know that if enough copies are purchased, they would indeed make a 3rd.
I agree with that, however I would like to see a better effort put into to these games, as well as all of Sega's re-releases of older games than what has been shown so far. I love a lot of things Sega has been developing/publishing recently, and I'll keep supporting them, especially stuff like the Yakuza series, Vanquish, Valkyria Chronicles, etc... however their teams that handle re-makes and re-releases needs to step their game up significantly. Over the years I've bought many groupings of Sega game collections, such as the PS2 Mega Drive and Genesis collections, the "Sonic Mega Genesis Collection" for PS3, the Sonic Adventure re-release on PSN, as well as getting Sonic 1 on PSN for free through PS+, and they all share the same issue, which is a lack of updating the content. They'll adapt the control scheme to new controllers, add trophies/achievements, and make gameplay a slight bit smoother, but that's usually the extent of their updates. Without adding in important things like widescreen conversions, remastered audio (and in some cases an optional 5.1 setup would be appreciated), any sort of increased visuals (something a bit better than the optional "HD" filter on the Sonic Genesis Collection), and a general lack of caring to fix small bugs/issues that resided in the old games, I can't and won't keep justifying getting these games again. Especially not with as many good new games coming out as there are now.
I WANT SHENMUE 3!!!!!!!!!!
FOR PS3 PLEASE
I want Shenmue I & II on PSN first :(
I don't understand why neither of the 2 main console manufacturers haven't decided to fund development, it would be a killer exclusive to have on either system. Of course I'd rather see it multi-platform so everyone can enjoy it, but without substantial funding I don't think Sega will do it.. Still, as always, I'll keep my fingers crossed.
You can tell that with all the recent news that has been surfacing on Suzuki-san and Shenmue, that Sega are trying to revive consumer interest in the series. Shenmue City is just the start. I expect a Shenmue HD re-release sometime in 2011/2012, for XBLA/PSN. This is the most crucial stage for Sega. Studios are remastering/remaking their classic games: Beyond Good & Evil, Team Ico, Splinter Cell, Oddworld. The Dreamcast classic re-releases. All of this is pointing to future Shenmue releases. Will Sega make Shenmue 3? That depends on several factors, but we can only remain positive and support this movement.
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