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  1. Yu Suzuki: We Can Obtain Shenmue License from SEGA Still intent on making a third game in epic series. For ten years, legions of heartbroken SEGA fans have wanted to see a continuation of the Shenmue saga. But none more so than legendary game creator Yu Suzuki, who in a recent interview with fansite Shenmue Master has hinted that he can obtain the license from the Japanese publisher in order to develop a third game. In the fascinating video interview, Suzuki - who left his position within SEGA in late 2011 for an advisory role in the company - was apprehensive about detailing major plot points for a potential Shenmue III. Referring to a picture of an unknown character standing with protagonist Ryo Hazuki's father, he hinted that, "This is the person who has trained with Iwao [Hazuki] in the olden days in China. Then, in the story that will take place after Shenmue II, he will become a "key" character!" His resistance to talk more on a series that has been refused a continuation by SEGA for a decade shows that Suzuki still has hopes that Shenmue III can be a reality. When pressed further, the director explained that, "Shenmue's license is an IP that belongs to SEGA... We can obtain the license from SEGA." Shenmue is a role-playing game that started life as SEGA Saturn project Berkely, but later became the artistic jewel in the Dreamcast's crown. The first game was released in 2000 and covers Chapter 1 of at least eleven that Suzuki has written for the epic. Its $47 million budget made it the most expensive game development of its time, and SEGA never made the money back from its investment. After the release of a sequel, Shenmue II, in 2001 (covering Chapters 2 to 6) and a total budget of $70 million, SEGA decided not to continue the franchise. Fans have been vocal about wanting a Shenmue III ever since. Watch the video below, and visit the Shenmue Master fansite here. Poor Suzuki, he really wants to make that third game, doesn't he? Resumo: Ele disse q a sega concederia sim a IP pra ele continuar a série e SPOILER: A Saga começa sim com o tema de vingança mas tanta coisa acontece na aventura de Ryo, que eventualmente ele vai se acalmando mais e mais e desiste disso. Quando perguntado qual sua parte favorita na historia de Shenmue, ele revela que escreveu até o capitulo 11 e que a sua parte favorita, e mais emocionante ainda nao foi revelada.