Gaming when Sega was a hardware competitor compared to today

Gaming when Sega was a hardware competitor compared to today

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Gaming when Sega was a hardware competitor compared to today

 

Gaming has changed a lot especially in the lead up to 2000 when compared with today 2014.I still vividly remember the days of the Sega Saturn and the Playstation when they first came out. They were the ants pants and were considered very close to reality.

Gaming stores, especially here in Australia were huge, there was an abundance of stock, customers and a huge vibrant choice of games to choose from.

Shenmue Poll Domination

Shenmue Poll Domination

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Shenmue Hype train Choo choo!!!

This time Shenmue is winning a different kind of poll regardeless any poll that features Shenmue dominates no matter what, only cure make (Shenmue 3), hell even if Shenmue 3 comes out people would still want another Shenmue related game, check out these results on another website indicatiing what people are getting hype for at this year 2014 E3 Game Show:

 

Shenmue 3: Why Shenmue matters by the fans

Shenmue 3: Why Shenmue matters by the fans

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I asked around on facebook Shenmue 500K group what the fans thought of Shenmue 3 in a quote this is what they have said, if you would also like your quote added please make a comment on this blog and I will add it as soon as I can from wispartantotalgames.

Before you view the quotes please take moment to watch this amazing vine by :  Blunt Pencil Productions

 

Shenmue ports must be released

Shenmue ports must be released

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Why Shenmue 1&2 deserve a HD Remaster or native port

 

Firstly, Shenmue was released exclusively on the Dreamcast by Sega in which at the time Yu Suzuki was at Sega’s AM2 department. Sega wanted Suzuki to build a killer title which resulted in Shenmue then Shenmue 2.

 

The Dreamcast fell to it’s feet in 2001 when then Sega President Peter Moore made a business decision to stop production of the Dreamcast and it’s games.

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