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Ryo continues his quest of vengence for his father. In his second outing Ryo must travel to Hong Kong to have a lethal face off with Lan-Di.

Writers:

Hideyo Ikeda, Kenji Ishikawa (script writer) | 11 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Corey Marshall ... Ryo Hazuki (voice)
Akasha Scholen Akasha Scholen ... Shenhua Ling / Wong (voice)
Eric Kelso ... Wuying Ren / Gui Zhang Chen (voice)
Lisle Wilkerson ... Xiuying Hong / Joy / Yuan (voice)
Jasmine Allen ... Fangmei Xun (voice)
Paul Lucas Paul Lucas ... Lan Di (Cang Long) / Sam (voice)
Dean Harrington Dean Harrington ... Dou Niu / Yuanda Zhu (voice)
Matthew Barron Matthew Barron ... Larry (voice)
Robert Belgrade Robert Belgrade ... Cool Z (voice)
Ryan Drees ... Shuqin Zhang / Zhoushan Xuan / Zhangyu Kong (voice) (as Ryan Dress)
Steve Martin Steve Martin ... Jianmin Tao (voice)
Lenne Hardt Lenne Hardt ... Guixiang Lee (voice)
Michael Naishtut ... Delin Hong (voice)
Amy Neil Amy Neil ... (voice)
Angus Waycott Angus Waycott ... (voice)

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Ryo continues his quest of vengence for his father. In his second outing Ryo must travel to Hong Kong to have a lethal face off with Lan-Di.

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The Saga Continues...


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Trivia

Shenmue was originally supposed to be a Virtua Fighter RPG type of game. See more »

Quotes

Ryo Hazuki: Remember that pain! Next time it will be worse!
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Alternate Versions

The Dreamcast version used up to 4 discs. As for the Xbox version, it combined the whole game into 1 disc. The Dreamcast had artwork photos. After each disc was complete, it had the opportunity to view them by triggering the top buttons. Each disc also had special bonuses to view on your PC like character artwork photos, movies, animation and more. See more »

Connections

References Hang-On (1985) See more »

Soundtracks

Music Orchestration
Orchestra Arranged by Hayato Matsuo, Toshiyuki Watanabe
Orchestra Album Production: Hiroki Horio, Hideyuki Fujii
Conducted by Hiroshi Kumagai
Music performed by Kanagawa Philarmony Orchestra
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26 February 2002 | by ravenedgeSee all my reviews

this game is truly the best game i have ever played. its just like a movie with countless added extras. the storyline is great and you just cant tear yourself away from playing. the graphics are breathtaking . the game is funny , touching and emotional well done sega i really hope they are planning to bring the film out 10/10 the best!!!!1 raven -v-


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Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Japanese

Release Date:

29 October 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Shenmue II See more »

Company Credits

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SEGA/AM2 Company See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

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