Keiji Okayasu is a Japanese game designer and programmer known for his work at Sega‘s AM2.
Okayasu was the lead programmer for Virtua Fighter (1993) and Shenmue (1999).
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There are currently ‘no concrete plans’ for Shenmue 4, says Yu Suzuki
But the designer wants it to be more accessible to newcomers if it happens
Here’s the trailer for the Shenmue anime, which starts next month
The 13-episode series is coming to Crunchyroll and Adult Swim
Shenmue 3 finally hits Steam on November 19
Epic Games Store exclusivity period comes to an end this month
Yu Suzuki believes Shenmue 4 will happen and wants it to appeal to a broader audience
“I made Shenmue 3 for the fans, but next time I want to do something new”
Shenmue 3 ‘performed fine but isn’t a mass market game’, says publisher
Deep Silver parent company gives appraisal of long-awaited sequel
Shenmue 3’s Story Quest DLC will release this month
Second game add-on to feature new quests and returning character
Shenmue 3’s Battle Rally DLC releases January 21
DLC allows players to play as a character other than Ryu
Shenmue 3 shows what games have lost since 2001
Big-budget games from design mavericks used to be the norm, but not anymore...
Shenmue 3 review round-up: ‘A worthy successor’
Ys Net's RPG is now available for PS4 and PC
Review: Shenmue 3 is the sequel fans have been waiting for
An unabashedly old-school experience designed to be savoured