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|Don't expect to see Shenmue 3 any time soon|
Added: 30.05.2017 9:32 | 3 views | 0 comments
Shenmue 3 is going to be skipping this year's E3 - and it's looking increasingly likely it'll also be missing its initial shipping date of December this year.
Developer Ys Net shared a new update to Kickstarter backers of the highly anticipated sequel to a pair of Sega Dreamcast classics, giving a glimpse at an all-new character rendered in-engine and sharing a little more news. "While our schedule has yet to be finalised, we will be devoting June to game development and as a result, will unfortunately not be participating in any game shows," the reads. "On the other hand, we look forward to bringing you our monthly updates and hope you do too!"
Shenmue 3 was first confirmed at E3 2015, when creator Yu Suzuki took to Sony's stage to announce the Kickstarter campaign. , and
|Video: Rare Footage Of Sega's Epcot Innoventions Installation Appears Online|
Added: 30.05.2017 9:00 | 1 views | 0 comments
Genesis! 32X! Sega CD! '90s fashions!
|Yakuza 7 More Information Coming Tomorrow, On May 30|
Added: 30.05.2017 0:57 | 4 views | 0 comments
Thank you, Sega.
|10 Ways The Sega Dreamcast Was Ahead Of Its Time|
Added: 29.05.2017 20:43 | 2 views | 0 comments
The Dreamcast jumped the gun on the other fifth-generation consoles, and ultimately Sega's impatience was the console's downfall. But its death was not in vain. When the precocious white-box fell by the wayside, the blueprints for the entire future of the industry were left in its wake.
Sega's last console was ahead of its time in so many ways, one needs their fingers to count them. Now, I only have ten, so that's as far as I got. See if you can read through them all whilst fighting the urge to dig out your VMUs and GD-ROM.
|Shenmue 3 won't be at E3, but here's a buff new character|
Added: 29.05.2017 13:39 | 1 views | 0 comments
Shenmue 3, the surprise follow-up to the classic Sega Dreamcast action-adventure, will not be at E3 this year. However the team at Ys Net have shown off a new character in their monthly Kickstarter update (see video above).
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The studio are hard at work, explaining that they “will be devoting June to game development and as a result, will unfortunately not be participating in any game shows." The new character appears to be a barrel-chested male with long hair and suspenders. Beyond that, we know nothing more about him, even the video’s narrator asks “where will this person show up, I wonder?”
|Vanquish - PC Performance Analysis|
Added: 28.05.2017 10:46 | 3 views | 0 comments
DSOGaming writes: "Vanquish is a game that was released on old-gen consoles in 2010. Due to major performance issues on those consoles, however, a lot of gamers wanted to play this game on the PC. Come to think of it, Vanquish was one of most requested games to be ported from old-gen consoles to the PC. Still, and despite that huge demand, SEGA was not moved at all until recently. So, fast forward seven years and here we are today with Vanquish finally being released on the PC."
|Vanquish Cheats Give You Infinite Ammo, Boost, No Reload|
Added: 27.05.2017 23:04 | 13 views | 0 comments
Now that Platinum and Sega's 2010 third-person shooter, Vanquish, is now available on Steam for PC, gamers have been able...
|SEGA's Classic Arcade Game Crazy Taxi Goes Free on iOS and Android|
Added: 27.05.2017 11:54 | 6 views | 0 comments
The classic car racing arcade game first released in 1999, Crazy Taxi, is now available on mobile platforms for free, while it used to cost £4.99.
|Vanquish on PC punishes players with more damage at higher framerates|
Added: 26.05.2017 22:16 | 3 views | 0 comments
Game difficulty modes should come in Easy, Medium, and 144 frames per second. Vanquish, an excellent 2010 shooter for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 from Platinum Games, finally launched on PC yesterday, and it picked up a glitch in the transition. Publisher Sega and Platinum worked to update the game for PC, which included adding ...]
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