Shenmue II

Shenmue II utilizes many of the same gameplay elements from the original game, but streamlines and improves them so as to be less tedious. For example, you have a wait function in the sequel. YOUR OFFICIAL SHENMUE I & II STEAM KEY GIVES YOU: Beautifully remastered 3D open-worlds; Two classic RPGs; Faithful recreations of 1980s Japan.

Shenmue II

A tale of revenge.In 1986, teenage jujitsu artist Ryo Hazuki returns to the dojo of his father, Iwao Hazuki, only to witness his murder by a Chinese man, Lan Di. Lan Di steals a mysterious artifact known as the Dragon Mirror. Submitted on Review title of HEELTURN90Awesome game!! 🙂👍After watching some videos on YouTube. I thought this game looked awesome.

So i went and got it. I'm so happy i did. The game is awesome!! It's like Sleeping Dogs with the awesome martial arts. You can do loads of awesome moves. And you can free roam the open world.

It's full of games and things to do. And the story and soundtrack is awesome also. Some of the voices sound funny. But it does not ruin the game. All the main characters sound awesome. Submitted on Review title of segagamerWelcome Home RyuExcellent price for two iconic Dreamcast games.

Glad to see Ryu make an appearance once again on Xbox. Here's hoping Shenmue 3 arrives on Xbox soon!Tip for those new to the games; play using the DPad + RT, it makes your life a lot easier.The voice acting for both games is classic in an awful B-Movie sense, and it being the first game of its kind really shows here, but you've got an interesting story in these two games with a good 40-50 hours of play time between the two (if you rush through).Just wish it was polished. Weird bugs with sound effects either being far too loud, compresed heavily, or all coming out of the centre speaker instead of stereo.

Crawl movie cast. And achievement art/achievements are really low effort - could have done with some 'beat the game before x in-game date, collect all toys, etc).Still, highly recommended to those who feel like throwing back to gaming in the late 90's. Just don't expect these two games to be as polished as something made in the last year or so!