Shenmue 3 Releases A Promising New Trailerby Isa Bella 123 hp drivers setup
Shenmue 3 has made the fans wait for far too long now, but with the recent release of the trailer, the wait seems to be worth it. The announcement for the game at Sony's E3 2015 was an unexpected surprise for the fans. The game has been through some highs and lows ever since the announcement. There have been several delays faced by the game along with some severe backlash from backers of Kickstarters. The suspension and backlash were the results of the announcement regarding the game being released on the PC platform through Epic Games Store. The game was initially told to be available on steam, so the fans were somewhat disappointed with the announcement.
Still, with the game's release date November 19 getting closer, the fans are excited to get their hands on the final part of Yu Suzuki's trilogy.
The very first Shenmue was released way back in 1999. It was an exclusive release for Japan on Sega Dreamcast. The game was released in the western region in early 2000.
As for Shenmue 2, it was released in Europe and Japan way back in 2001. The game was also released on the Sega Dreamcast. The game was made available in North America after it was made compatible with Xbox one in 2002.
The game gained a vast fanbase which has remained loyal to it through almost two decades. The game added many features that games have never encountered before, such as real-time events, a large area to explore, and several side missions. There is an HD collection available on Sega for both the games.
The latest trailer showcased the quality which the game has gained through the years. The clip was released on Deep Silver's YouTube channel. The clips did not show anything which cannot be considered the norm in today's standard, but the loyal fans of the series know how great it looked. To be able to see a game from 1999 to be made with 2019's technology is insane.
The trailer showed Ryo Hazuki, who is the main character, wandering in the streets of the city. He is seen to establish interaction with NPC characters and also playing mini-games. All of this is accompanied by poor voice acting, which joyfully reminds us of the first two games.
Combat is one feature that looks to be refined in the game. The combat was never the game's forte, but it is going to be interesting to see Ryo finally facing off against Lan Di (the main villain). Shenmue games always took inspiration from several arcade games from Sega, the most notable one being Virtua Fighter. The title has gotten pretty old now so it would be interesting to see what Shenmue 3 pulls off.
The game does not seem to offer anything groundbreaking, but it brings a refined version of familiarity to the fans. There have been improvements in the graphics department along with enhanced mechanics for the game. Whatever the game brings, it will be nice for the fans to finally be able to see the end of a long journey.
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