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04 July 2018, 04:55 | Megan Pierce
In news that will please Lewis, formerly of this parish, Shenmue I & II will launch both physically and digitally on PS4 and Xbox One on August 21st, and both games will also be available on Steam on the same date.
Sega just dropped a trailer today revealing the release date for the relaunching of the games that started it all. The Shenmue I & II physical edition is also available to order, bundling a double-sided poster and a reversible cover that includes the game's original artwork.
In the announcement, the company goes on to call this release the "definitive version" and the "best Shenmue experience to date".
Likewise, for "technical reasons" Sega has chosen to port Shenmue 2's Xbox iteration-as opposed to its Dreamcast variant.
Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, designer Yu Suzuki's finally getting to complete his sandbox adventure epic, with Shenmue III now due for release in 2019.
SEGA®'s most requested re-release of all time finally comes to a new generation. Shenmue I & II is set within engrossing real-time open worlds that feel truly alive thanks to day-to-night cycles and weather changes, with a population of civilians who follow their own schedules.
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