Adam Koralik, a YouTuber focused on video game content, traveled to Japan for SEGA Fes 2018 and there they confirmed that Shenmue I & II will be sold for a price of $29.99 Dollars on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Both games are coming back in one package for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime later this 2018.
Fan favorites from the Sega Dreamcast era, Shenmue 1 and Shenmue 2 have just been announced to be headed to modern platforms and PC.
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Since their original release, Shenmue I & II have established a passionate following and are revered as one of gaming's greatest series of all time.
In addition to pricing info, Koralik also squashed a rumor that the time skip feature from Shenmue 2 would be added to the original game in the remaster. The official announcement trailer is not enough to base on, either, since Sega noted at the start that "This trailer uses pre-release footage, and represents a work in progress".
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Players will also be able to choose between a couple of control settings - classic and modern - and they can choose to have an English voiceover option, or opt for the traditional Japanese soundtrack with subtitles.
A few screenshots of the two Shenmue games have been released by the makers, and looking at them makes it apparent that no HD remastering has gone into them.
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The games will be released in both physical and digital formats, and they'll feature improved textures, which should come as a relief to anyone who remembers the original Dreamcast versions.