Shenmue Anime Release Date Falls in February

Shenmue Anime Release Date Falls in February

People will be able to see Ryo Hazuki’s story in a new way soon. The Shenmue anime release date is February 5, 2022. People will be able to stream it on Crunchyroll. On Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, it will join the Toonami block. It will air there at 12:30am local time. There’s also a new key visual and trailer for

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The new Shenmue trailer kicks off when Ryo’s story begins. He happens upon Lan Di’s encounter with his father. He learns about the two legendary mirrors. From there, we see the beginnings of his quest. There are also some segments showing the also legendary forklifts.

Here is the official Shenmue anime trailer, complete with release date at the end.

Here’s the English cast list for the dub.

  • Ryo Hazuki: Austin Tindle
  • Lan Di: Scott Gibbs
  • Shenhua: Natalie Rial
  • Nozomi Harasaki: Cat Thomas
  • Guizhang Chen: Jeremy Gee
  • Chai: Greg Ayres
  • Wong: Bryson Baugus
  • Joy: Luci Christian
  • Xiuying Hong: Christine Auten
  • Ren: Cody House
  • Dou Niu: Joe Daniels

And here’s the Shenmue anime key visual. People from both the original game and the sequel appear in it. Ryo is at the bottom right. Shenhua Ling appears above him. Lan Di is in the upper right corner. Nozomi Harasaki and Chen Guizhang appear to be depicted in the bottom right corner. In the top right are Ren Wuying and Joy.
Shenmue Anime Release Date Falls in February

The Shenmue anime adaptation release date is February 5, 2022. It will be on demand on Crunchyroll. On Cartoon Network, people can see it during Toonami at 12:30am. There will be 13 episodes total.

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