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Jet Set Radio Future Reader Review - 10.0
JSRFreak, IGN Entertainment
14 September 2004
Conclusion: I got this game with my xbox.It is the best game I have ever had!I play it every day though I have won it three times already.This game will really suck you in to it.One thing I really like about this game is the sound track.I like every song on it, everything from the base kickn' sounds of humming the baseline to the erie tecno pop sounds of count latchula (my favorite song) Speaking of the latch brothers, I am very glad that this game introduced me too them.Not only do...
Summary: Set later than Jet set radio on Dreamcast, and now pc,ps3,xbox360,vita and mobile devices, but this game stayed exclusive to the Xbox.. This was an easier version compared to the dreamcast version,you can graffiti with one push and grinding connects better, where this may seem like a negative, it makes the game faster pace, also with some stunning very large locations and the ability to grind up poles, makes this a very fun game..
Summary: Really, it's awesome. The graphics and the music are superb, even for such an old game. The story is admittedly a bit weak but the gameplay and music more than make up for it. Really fun game.
Summary: titillating you noise flaps and sodomizing you eye wholes JET SET RADIO REEEEVIEW! before we get into all that gushin' and agogin' lets lay out the bare facts: I came it faster than me on my first date baby, I was so nervous I had to bring three changes of pants! the quality is like a fine wine mixed with pure soul and injected right into you eyeballs, that right folks I wear these shades for a reason, word to my pink eyed brudda's.
Summary: SEGA's "Jet Set Radio Future" is one of my favourite games from yesteryear. The vivid cel-shaded graphics are (even now) a treat to behold. The big Tokyo-based environments are brilliantly depicted - from the crowded urban streets to the tangled industrial wastelands to the underground sectors to the neon night streets - this is smartly designed and perfectly realized.
Summary: To put short the games graphics are the best I have ever seen and game itself is no let down. I played the game for about 5 hours in a row without getting even slightly bored or wanting to stop, and in that time got pretty far on the carreer. Or so I thought not only are the levels huges the game is huge. When the first Jet set Radio came out I wasn't interested in it atall and therefore I never played it.
Pros: amazing graphics, huge music libary to listen to, huge levels
Excerpt: This has got to be up there as one of my favourite games off all time, the game graphics are out of this world it looks incredible i can never forget how impressed i was when i first saw the character designs, the storyline of the game is fairly simple you are in a group called the GG's a gang of graffiti artists who compete against other rivals skating round tokyo covering up each others graffiti, fighting with Rokkaku police and dancing the amazing electro beat music...
Excerpt: Jet Set Radio was originally a launch title for the Dreamcast, but it was no mere tech demo: it was a slick, stylish, fun, and incredibly addictive game that fortunately has been resurrected on a console that didn't die a horrible, undeserved death (RIP Dreamcast *sobs*), allowing a greater audience to get their hands on this cult classic.
An inline skating gang which grind around the futuristic Tokyo of 2024
10 May 2009
Excerpt: Jet Set Radio Future is the sequel to the beloved DC game, Jet Grind Radio. As part of the GG's, an inline skating gang, you grind around the futuristic Tokyo of 2024, tagging specific areas of the city. The original title featured some impressive graphics and started the cel-shaded game craze. It offered fast gameplay, an incredible soundtrack, and plenty of attitude. After spending twenty hours with this game, I can firmly say that JSRF carries on the tradition.