Summary: Shenmue 2 is an rpg of a different kind. Instead of using swords and magic, you'll be using lips and feet(for walking that is). Joking. Shenmue 2 is a sequel to the first on the dreamcast. (the what?) It continues the story of Ryo (who you play as) as he continues to seek his father's murder.
Summary: This game is not Grand Theft Auto. That is why most people don't play it for very long. They can't just go clobber some innocent by stander. This game is super cheap now so go get it and just let it emerse you into this giant world that Yu Suzuki has put together.
Summary: This game is very deep in story just like the last one on dreamcast. The major thing is the world is ten times bigger and the game is longer. The combat system is fun and the QTE is a great addition to the game.
Summary: Could be the best new game for the X-Box. The graphics are the best i've seen in a while, the sounds are good, and the controls are simple to learn. This game also has something that soome others don't... a good story line! It flows great straight from the late Dreamcast (R.I.P.
Summary: with amazing graphics, the continuation of the godly storyline from the first one, more things to do then ever, and the great sounds and voices the first one had, this game is possibly the best game I have ever played
Summary: Sega may not be able to keep a console gaming system going any more but man can those boys program. It just boggles my mind thinking how long it must have taken them to right this bad daddy! This game is just plain... Just plain... freakin Great!
Summary: This is the greatest game on the xbox, epic story of twists, mini games to challenge your mind, and just plain fun. The sound could have been a bit better, but other than that, one of the best overall games out there!
Excerpt: I think I first knew of Shenmue in about 2004, that was when I got a dreamcast. I had bought the old console from a local pawnshop, really cheap, with a few games like Quake III Arena and Virtua Fighter, decent games in their own right(especially Q3A) however I felt I needed something deeper.