Earlier today, Sega confirmed that a Shenmue I & II bundle will be released for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One sometime in 2018. The most interesting, yet long anticipated, was a PC, PS4 and Xbox One Shenmue remaster.
Sega itself is not making a distinction either way in its somewhat sparse "Shenmue" website.
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. 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". The games had a level of detail on par with current franchises such as Grand Theft Auto and Fallout.Keep in mind that they aren't complete remasters or remakes as originally rumoured.
Donovan Mitchell Will Play in Game 2
After about a minute he was subbed off again as he was visibly in pain as he ran back on defense after burying a jumper. Addressing reporters afterwards, Mitchell downplayed concerns about the injury and said that it was just a stubbed toe.
Twitter/Shibuya Productions/Ys NetProduction company Shibuya Productions shared three new "Shenmue 3" screenshots on a previous update via Twitter.
The Shenmue games tell a story of intrigue and mystery as Ryo Hazuki searches for answers to his father's murder and to unlock the mysteries of an artifact called the Dragon's Mirror.
The Shenmue I & II collection is billed as the "best Shenmue experience to date". However, we should know more about what relationship - if any - the titles will have when Shenmue III releases (hopefully) later this year.