Action RPG game Shenmue 3 gets first teaser trailer

Action RPG game Shenmue 3 gets first teaser trailer

Action RPG game Shenmue 3 gets first teaser trailer

Unfortunately, those of you who were expecting to see something in the way of a story reveal are going to be disappointed. This first teaser III is built from a small slice of an in-development build of the game, and it delivers small peeks in new look of main characters, new characters, and feels of Shenmue world. The game was successfully backed on Kickstarter in 2015.

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That's the reaction you might have upon watching the teaser trailer for Shenmue III, the upcoming action-adventure sequel that is set to hit the PlayStation 4 and PC next year. Then, a few years ago at E3, PlayStation announced that they would be teaming up with Yu Suzuki to bring the long awaited Shenmue 3 to the fans. "We are delighted to have signed this publishing partnership and look forward to utilizing our global publishing network to maximize the potential of this highly anticipated game". The Shenmue series, signed by Yu Suzuki, is renowned for its extensive Quick Time Event sessions, which adapt to both cinematic sequences and real fights. Granted the game is "in-development", but still. You'll also see that we're aiming to significantly upgrade the game's visuals, and you may also notice a new character during that quick glimpse of our new battle gameplay...' The characters do come across as a bit blockier though - more Final Fantasy X than Final Fantasy XV.

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