After its announcement at E3 and a subsequent record-smashing $6 million Kickstarter campaign (this despite one of the worst font choices this side of Comic Sans) back in 2015, Yu Suzuki’s Shenmue III was supposed to launch and inevitably disappoint half of the people who funded it at the end of 2017. Now it won’t. Launch, I mean. It’ll still disappoint because that’s the rules. Anyway, in a video update on the game’s Kickstarter page, Suzuki explains that “the game has become bigger and more beautiful than I initially expected” and so, to properly manage so much unanticipated size and elegance, Shenmue III will now launch sometime in late 2018 instead. You’ve been waiting more than 15 years for this already, so what’s another one? Besides, you’re probably going to be disappointed.