Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Shenmue 3 Gamesom 2019 Trailer

Newest Shenmue III trailer dropped at Gamescom 2019 event takes a look at a day in life of young hero Ryo Hazuki.

Fans of action-adventure game series Shenmue and video game enthusiasts have waited for long to see am eventual release of Shenmue III that was officially announced back in E3 2015 and has been delayed several times at this point.

Currently, the game is scheduled to release on November 19, 2019 for PC via Epic Games Store and PlayStation 4. During Gamescom 2019 opening night live event, a brand-new footage showcasing new features was released.

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Shenmue 3 Gamesom 2019 Trailer

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Latest Shenmue III trailer solely focuses on day to day activities of series protagonist and young martial artist Ryo Hazuki.




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Earlier, fans have panned the game for a downgraded graphics quality but newest video clip clearly depicts some improvements they have made lately and yet they are not something exceptional compared to modern standards.

Ryo is seen going to arcade and engaging in different mini-games in his free time or practice kung fu in arena. Rest of his day passes interacting with NPC characters in street, training hard against Shaolin monks and fighting villains.

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Originally an IP from Japanese developer/publisher giant Sega, it took 18 years for a third game to come to light after Shenmue II from developer Ys Net and publisher Deep Silver following a successful Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign.

Although Shenmue III is bigger than its early predecessors, series creator Yu Suzuki reveals in an interview that it will only be covering 40% of Shenmue saga, clearly indicating he is planning to work on more sequels if he can secure a partner.