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Shenmue III returns to show itself with a new gameplay trailer

Deep Silver and Ys Net have recently released a new gameplay trailer for Shenmue III. Shenmue III is the sequel to Shenmue II released in the distant 2001. The intuition of the director of ...
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Shenmue III - PC requirements revealed

Deep Silver and Ys Net have revealed the official PC requirements for Shenmue III. According to specifications, PC gamers will need at least one Intel Core i5-4460 with 4 GB of RAM ...

Shenmue III - Collector's Edition announced and pre-order opened

A few weeks ago, we announced to you that Shenmue III has been postponed with the title that the title will be available in November. Deep Silver, however, has revealed that it is now possible to pre-order the work ...

Shenmue III - Deepsilver confirms the absence for Xbox One

Users love to comb through the data, especially when it comes to video games. In the source code for the Shenmue III site, some found references to Xbox One, assuming the arrival of the game also on ...

Shenmue III - postponed the release date in November

There is bad news for those who expected to play shortly in the third chapter of Shenmue. According to what we learn from a brief statement written by Yu Suzuki (with the participation of Deep Silver), ...

Shenmue III, yet another reference for the title of Yu Suzuki

Shenmue III publisher, Deep Silver, announced that the game will be postponed until an unspecified date of the 2019. The Yu Suzuki title was originally intended for the 2017. In a short ...

Zynga Launches Spellbinding New Puzzle Adventure Game Merge Magic!

Follow-up to the Massive Hit Merge Dragons !, Merge Magic! Lets Players Conjure Mythical New CreaturesSAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Zynga Inc. (Nasdaq: ZNGA), a global leader in ...

Esports Tournament Platform XY Gaming Announces $ 2.5 Million Funding Round

SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - XY Gaming, one of the world's largest global exporting tournament platforms where users compete for cash prizes, today announced at $ 2.5 million ...

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