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Forklift stars in computer game


Wednesday, 17 Apr 2019 ( #919 ) - Höfen, Austria
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Forklifts are back in the latest edition of Shenmue
Fans of the Shenmue computer game will be pleased to hear that forklifts again appear in the new version.

The game, designed for Windows PC and Playstation 4, again tracks the life of protagonist Ryo, a martial arts fighter whose day jobs have seen him working in different warehouses. That, of course, involves using a forklift to move around crates from one location to another.

Past versions of the game have included some forklift racing before each work day begins.

According to gaming media, a screenshot released by developer Ys Net and publisher Deep Silver "all but confirms the return of the part-time warehouse job for Ryo (and) the moving of crates from one location to another.

Any readers familiar with Shenmue might care to let us know how realistic the portrayal of forklifts is in the game.
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