Shenmue III review
The name Shenmue may not mean anything to many of the game lovers in our country. But if we were to list the games that have the most notorious fanatics around the world, it would definitely be in the top 10. The name Shenmue may not mean anything to many of the game lovers in our country. But if we were to list the games with the most notorious fanatics around the world, we have no doubt that they would definitely make it into the top 10. We have no doubt that this review is a homage to a series that has emerged from the Ashes. This review is a homage to a series that emerged from the Ashes.
Waiting for the third game in a series turned into a curse that we game lovers couldn’t get rid of. If the first name that comes to mind when you read this sentence was Half-Life and you think you’ve been waiting too long, ask Shenmue lovers what this pain means. It’s been 18 years since Shenmue II, which was released in 2001 and whose story ends in the air. The children, saddened by Ryo Hazuki’s revenge story at the time, hide the console’s power cord so that perhaps their own children can study today. The fate of Shenmue III, which was announced along with the Final Fantasy 7 Remake at the E3 2015 Sony conference as” the dinosaur weeping”, was not a certainty despite the announcement. Instead of promoting the game, Yu Suzuki, the series ‘producer, announced the Kickstarter campaign and said,” Save Shenmue!”he had launched his campaign. This call was recorded as the fastest response call in the history of the game.