Nonetheless, fans of the series, and those that have never had the chance to play them before, have been calling for a re-release of the games for some time.
Both games will be featuring modern controls and will also be providing the classic controls, for those who would want to experience the game in the original Shenmue feel.
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That said, the third game, Shenmue 3 has been in development for quite some time now and apparently we have not heard much from the developers, regarding the upcoming game.
Shenmue I & II follows protagonist Ryo Hazuki on his quest to avenge his father and unravel the secrets behind a mysterious artifact, the Dragon Mirror.
Sega, thankfully, is now looking to deliver on that suggestion. The games will be available as a bundle package, and will hit the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The publisher revealed the news at SEGA FES 2018 in Tokyo Japan where we learnt that both titles will re-release sometime in 2018.
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The bundle isn't just a straight port of the original games, either.
But it seems 2018 is going to be Shenmue year. The re-release will stay true to the originals with modernised features including fully scalable screen resolution, choice of modern or classic control schemes, PC graphics options, an updated user interface and the option to enjoy either the original Japanese or English voiceovers.
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