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PS4 Remasters of Yakuza 3, 4 and 5 Confirmed

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Dengeki Playstation has exclusively revealed that PS4 remasters of Yakuza 3, 4 and 5 are happening and the first release will be Yakuza 3 on August 9th 2018. This is currently only confirmed for a Japanese release, but it will include a download code for the game’s original soundtrack and will cost 3990 yen.

The Yakuza 4 remaster will then arrive in an “Autumn 2018” launch window, with Yakuza 5 set of Spring 2019. The only improvements confirmed for all 3 games so far is increased resolution and higher framerates. There is currently no word on whether these are Kiwami-style remakes with new and exclusive content.

[Source: SEGAbits]

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Shenmue I & II Announced for Release on PC, PS4 & Xbox One in 2018

Saturday, April 14th, 2018

SEGA have revealed that Shenmue I & II are being remastered in high definition for PS4, Xbox One and PC, with a release due for 2018.

These updated versions of the classic Dreamcast titles are being developed by D3T, the studio behind the recent SEGA Mega Drive Classics hub on PC. These versions also boast an updated user interface, a choice of classic or modern controls, both Japanese and English game audio and fully scalable resolutions.

Check out the reveal trailer by clicking below:

Shenmue I & II will be released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One later in 2018.

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There’s Screenshots of the 2 Upcoming PS4 Valkyria Games Now

Wednesday, November 18th, 2015

We’ve now got a better look at both Valkyria of the Blue Revolution and the PS4 Valkyria Chronicles remaster thanks to these new screenshots from Famitsu.

First up we have Valkyria of the Blue Revolution which definitely looks more like your traditional fantasy JRPG as we previously discussed yesterday:

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Next up are the shots of the Valkyria Chronicles remaster which (as you can expect) don’t look particularly different to the original release:

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Both games are due to launch in Japan for PS4 next year.

[Source: Famitsu]

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SEGA Looking Into Re-Releasing Shenmue 1&2

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

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Sega’s European marketing director Jon Rooke has confirmed that SEGA are, “exploring ways to re-release the original two Shenmue titles.”

This is by no means a confirmation that the re-releases are going to happen, but this public confirmation that the company are at least making an attempt to bring the games out of retirement is certainly a positive one.

Fingers crossed a new generation of gaming fans get to play the original two Shenmue titles before the third game drops on the projected release date of December 2017.

[Source: Destructoid]

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NiGHTS into dreams… HD Re-release is Happening

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

NiGHTS into Dreams…, the much-loved SEGA Saturn high-score flying game is being re-released for X-Box Live Arcade, Playstation Network and PC download. There is no release date at this time but an announcement trailer reveals that the game is being remastered with high definition graphics and a widescreen display. The original Saturn version is also included.

How excited are you right now!?

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