There's still a lot of development left for the game, but this is an interesting peek.
Deep Silver, a frequent collaborator with Japanese developers, will bring Shenmue 3 to consumers worldwide in 2018.
While I didn’t expect release dates for these no-shows, the barest glimpse—just a screenshot!—would have been appreciated.
Where are they now? We take a look at nine games that were big announcements from recent conferences, but have largely remained silent ever since.
Development is entering 'full-scale production,' according to director and creator Yu Suzuki.
In an update posted to Shenmue 3's Kickstarter, Okayasu discusses how he got involved with the sequel and how he plans to contribute.
There were a lot of interesting announcements at E3 2015, but a lot of them have since been mired in silence. What happened, and where are they now?
Sega is investigating ways to make the Dreamcast classics a remastered reality.
The record set not-too-long-ago by Bloodstained has been overtaken by Shenmue--though the bump from a Sony press conference probably helped.
Shenmue 3 has hit its Kickstarter goal and is aiming for stretch goals, but is this the start of a troubling trend? Greg Burke looks into this in this week's Stuff That Sucks.
With most of the biggest announcements available only as trailers and guided playthroughs, E3 2015 raises the question: what's the point of attending in person?
Every E3 has its share of surprises, but this year seemed to top every other. Here are 10 big reveals that had fans cheering or gasping.
Yu Suzuki's Shenmue 3 has met its funding goal of $2 million in just 9 hours.
It's a night of surprises at the Sony E3 2015 press conference. One of the biggest being the launch of the Shenmue 3 Kickstarter campaign.