The publisher made the announcement during the Sega Fes event in Japan, to much celebration from the fans who have followed the series since its Dreamcast days.More news: Boston marks fifth year anniversary of marathon bombings
Any video game lover who came of age in the late 1990s probably remembers the Dreamcast, Sega's ill-fated answer to the Nintendo 64 and the final major console the company would ever release. This could be based on Sega's earlier comment back in 2016 that two of the biggest issues coming in the way of "Shenmue" 1 and 2 being brought back are the quality of the originals and the work needed to secure the licenses for all the products and logos that appeared in them.
While the games haven't been fully remastered from the ground-up as such, players will still be able to enjoy a bunch of new features, including a revamped user interface, modern control options, English and Japanese voice acting, and fully scalable screen resolution.More news: Walking Dead's [SPOILER] Actually Survived the Season 8 Finale
Since their original release, Shenmue I & II have established a passionate following and are revered as one of gaming's greatest series of all time.
In addition, you should know that the official account of SEGA Europe on Twitter named him as one of the best sources of Shenmue content, so we can trust the information presented. It has also been revealed that lots of graphical improvements will be making their way into these Shenmue games, but bear in mind that they will not be full on HD remakes or remasters.More news: Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium with 4K HDR display, Dual rear cameras Launched