PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One

The celebrations for SegaFes Have Begun in Akihabara, Tokyo, and Sega made a few surprise Statements via Sega Sammy President Haruki Satomi.

The first statement is the Sacred Drive Mini, also a console reminiscent from the NES and SNES Classic Mini, which will come from 2018. Mentioned that more details will soon be announced at a later date.

The statement will bring a smile. Shenmue I & II Will come to PS4 at 2018 in Japan, while the west will get it done to Xbox One, PS4, and PC this year.

The game will include both Japanese and English voiceovers, visuals options for PC, a choice between traditional and contemporary control approaches, display resolution that is completely scalable, and it will come both in electronic and physical forms.

I would like’t believe I need to mention much to present the games, but they were the brainchild of Yu Suzuki, who’s now working on Shenmue III independently from Sega. The very first published in 1999, while the moment arrived for Dreamcast in 2001, and Xbox from 2002.

The next announcement is Sega Ages for Nintendo Switch, and this includes classic names like Sonic the Hedgehog, Thunder Fire IV, Phantasy Star, and much More. A total of fifteen games will be included.

The fourth statement is a brand-new Sakura Taisen job that’ll be loyal to the DNA of the veteran and beloved franchise. The most recent numbered title is Sakura Taisen V released in Japan in 2005 for PS2, and in the west 2010 for both PS2 and Wii as Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love.

The game will probably be once more set in the Imperial Capital of Tokyo in its own version of the Taisho Era.

Here you can check out the trailer for Shenmue I & II, along with the essential artwork, the box artwork and a few screenshots.

Mega Drive Mini, Shenmue I & II HD, New Sakura Taisen, and More Announced by Sega

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