Posts Tagged ‘yu suzuki’

Aha! Sega Of Europe Registers “Shenmue HD” Domain

by Peter Paltridgeon January 6, 2017
With Shenmue 3 under development by Yu Suzuki and the original team, now would be the perfect time to re-release the first two games under a budget price and attract a new audience. After all, the three Shenmue games are supposed to tell a complete story and as it is, the first two thirds of […]

Could Shenmue 1 and 2 Be Remastered? Maybe

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
Shenmue series creator Yu Suzuki is currently hard at work on creating Shenmue 3. It’ll have an instant audience of fans from the originals, but what about people who have never played either game and want to catch up? Right now, the only option is finding a used Dreamcast and having to deal with its […]

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Three New Shenmue 3 Screenshots Uncovered

by Peter Paltridgeon January 20, 2016
Three new screenshots from the dream sequel Shenmue 3 have appeared at MAGIC Expo in Monaco. As you can see, the environments crafted so far are pretty darn beautiful. Protagonists Ryo and Shenhua, however, are still a work in progress. They’ve been stuck into these environments as static figures, if it wasn’t obvious. I would […]
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Yu Suzuki Provides New Shenmue 3 Update

by Peter Paltridgeon December 3, 2015
Last evening Shenmue creator Yu Suzuki sent a new update to backers of the Shenmue 3 Kickstarter on the progress of the game. Within the new release was an abridged transcript of a lecture Suzuki gave at CHUAPPX Expo, where he showed off a couple new test photos. Without further ado, here’s Suzuki: Hello Everyone, […]

New Shenmue 3 Details, Courtesy Of Yu Suzuki

by Peter Paltridgeon October 21, 2015
The website DualShockers published an interview with Yu Suzuki today. In it Suzuki revealed some new information regarding the development of the long-demanded sequel, Shenmue 3. Yu said the game will feature four main bosses, and that one of them would be Lan Di, who previously appeared in the other two games (released in 1999 […]

Yu Suzuki Opens Up About Shenmue 3

by Peter Paltridgeon October 5, 2015
Eurogamer just published a fairly large interview with Yu Suzuki, creator of Shenmue (and currently creating Shenmue 3 thanks to the donations of fans). There haven’t been that many updates since the Kickstarter closed, except for the “Slacker Backer” campaign that was announced. It’s true that the Kickstarter that launched Shenmue 3 was the largest […]

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Shenmue 3 Introduces “Slacker Backer” Campaign

by Peter Paltridgeon September 21, 2015
The Shenmue 3 Kickstarter, which launched during E3 and lasted about three months, earned Yu Suzuki and his development team about half their stretch goals, which will allow them to expand certain areas of the game — but not all of them. Suzuki was hoping for ten million, and he got a little over six […]
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It’s Over: Here’s How Much The Shenmue 3 Kickstarter Made

by Peter Paltridgeon July 18, 2015
One month ago, Yu Suzuki took to the Sony stage during E3 and announced that he was launching a Kickstarter, effective immediately, to fund Shenmue 3. Sega gave him permission, Sony agreed to help with promotion and funding (in exchange for some exclusivity), but it would be the fans that would determine how big the […]

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First Footage Of Shenmue 3 Released

by Peter Paltridgeon July 15, 2015
With just a little over two days to go for the Shenmue 3 Kickstarter, it doesn’t look like like Yu Suzuki is going to get his ten million dollars. He is guaranteed to get at least five million, though, and for any Kickstarter, that’s very impressive. To stoke up the flames of sponsorship in this […]
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Shenmue 3 Gains Original English Voice Actor

by Peter Paltridgeon July 2, 2015
The Shenmue 3 Kickstarter has surpassed its original $3 million goal and is now at nearly 4 million dollars and climbing. But the project keeps growing on its own. The Kickstarter got enough press to attract the attention of Corey Marshall, the original voice actor who dubbed the English voice of Ryo in the first […]