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shenmue

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Shenmue 3 breaks funding records on Kickstarter

Ys Net's sequel becomes highest funded video game project.

By July 16, 2015

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Shenmue 3 soars past $2 million Kickstarter goal hours after launch

The next installment of the classic Sega video game has already attracted more than 32,900 backers and raised $2.5 million with 31 days left in its crowdfunding campaign.

By June 16, 2015

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Shenmue 3 for PlayStation 4 hurtles toward its $2 million Kickstarter goal

Sixteen years after it first debuted, the third installment of the Shenmue 3D adventure game is nigh -- if backers want it badly enough. Based on its rapid Kickstarter backing, it's evident they do.

By June 15, 2015

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Shenmue 3 hits $1M on Kickstarter faster than any other game

The game, which is being created for PCs and the PlayStation, is second only to smartwatch Pebble Time in how quickly it reached the $1 million mark.

By June 15, 2015

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Shenmue creator wants to make a third title

The cult-classic that became a Sega Dreamcast hit and subsequently performed poorly on Xbox, will make a comeback if the franchise's creator has anything to say about it.

By November 16, 2010

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Sega: 'Never say never' on Shenmue 3

The game became a cult classic but ultimately was discontinued because of disappointing sales. Its loyal fan base has been holding out hope it will come back.

By November 2, 2010

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Why Sega should revive the Shenmue series

Don Reisinger wants to see Shenmue come back to the current generation of consoles. After all, it's one of the best games of all-time, right?

By March 24, 2008

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Dreamcast games still hot

Despite the recent news that Sega is exiting the console business, games for its Dreamcast are dominating sales. PC Data said that three of the top four games for the week of Jan. 28 are for Dreamcast: "Phantasy Star Online," "Shenmue" and "NBA 2K1." "Oni" for Sony's PlayStation 2 was the third best-selling game for the week. Three of the top 10 games--"Mario Tennis," "Pokemon Silver" and "Pokemon Gold"--are for Nintendo's Game Boy handheld.

By February 14, 2001