Sega’s Shenmue 3 hits PS3!

Thanks to Phia for the tip!

A Kikizo exclusive reveals Sega’s top selling game for the Dreamcast – Shenmue 1 + 2 are continuing with glory as a sequel will be released on the Playstation 3

For years, fans of one of Sega’s most celebrated series, Shenmue, have waited and prayed for news of a sequel – a third instalment that would supposedly conclude the epic story, avenging the death of Ryo’s father with the demise of arch villain Lan Di. Today, Kikizo has good news for them – Shenmue 3 DOES exist, and IS planned for release.


Under conditions of strict anonymity, sources close to the development of Shenmue 3 revealed to Kikizo that the project has essentially been close to finished and ‘ready’ for some time – but in hibernation, pending a deal for the entire series on at least one next-gen console. Kikizo’s source is authentic and reliable.

And it may come as a surprise that Yu Suzuki, father of Shenmue and perhaps Sega’s most famed game creator, has had very little involvement with the project, bar the original story, which remains in tact. Those are the facts – now let’s take a look at everything in more detail.

Thanks to Phia for the tip!

A Kikizo exclusive reveals Sega’s top selling game for the Dreamcast – Shenmue 1 + 2 are continuing with glory as a sequel will be released on the Playstation 3

For years, fans of one of Sega’s most celebrated series, Shenmue, have waited and prayed for news of a sequel – a third instalment that would supposedly conclude the epic story, avenging the death of Ryo’s father with the demise of arch villain Lan Di. Today, Kikizo has good news for them – Shenmue 3 DOES exist, and IS planned for release.


Under conditions of strict anonymity, sources close to the development of Shenmue 3 revealed to Kikizo that the project has essentially been close to finished and ‘ready’ for some time – but in hibernation, pending a deal for the entire series on at least one next-gen console. Kikizo’s source is authentic and reliable.

And it may come as a surprise that Yu Suzuki, father of Shenmue and perhaps Sega’s most famed game creator, has had very little involvement with the project, bar the original story, which remains in tact. Those are the facts – now let’s take a look at everything in more detail.

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