Reviews and Problems with JSRF: Jet Set Radio Future
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Value for money 10
Sound quality 8
30 July 2010
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: "...shaded graphics and smooth animation, Jet Set Radio came out on the Dreamcast, selling millions of copies worldwide, the game looked awesome, and played brilliantly, and is a masterpiece for the Dreamcast, arguably the only one.... But soon after the release of the Xbox, Jet Set Radio: Future hit the shelves. With improved graphics, animation and awesome sound over the original, this was a real showcase portraying the possible power of the XBOX. ...
Summary: Looks great, plays great, and is very easy to get into. But after a few levels you wonder is there more then spraying graffiti on the walls, and compete in races against your enemies. A little more variation would have given this one a star more on the score board. I got it together with the xbox console. It was on 1 disc with sega 2002. And this is another point: it crashes far to often, not on a certain point but randomly.
Summary: I bought this expecting a lot of fun and expecting a time to complete. Jet Set Radio Future just doesn't make it fun enough to persist with, but in the end it depends what type of gamer you are. If you're going to play for a few hours on end (like me) then it's likely that everything will simply seem like repeating itself too many times after the first few levels: tag this, tag that, race, start over.
Summary: ..I played the original JSR on the dreamcast and loved ever minute of it but this XBox rehash did disappoint rather. If you never played the original then this game may be worth buying but if you experienced the original there something about this that just doesn't feel quite right. The styling and the soundtrack remain excellent however the radio static that accompanies the loading screens (which are sometimes long) becomes very annoying.
Summary: JSRF steht hier zwar unter Rubik Action, ist aber mehr ein Jump and Run auf Inlinern mit Cell-shade-grafik und freakiger Musik in dem man in großen Städten vor allem Graffitis malt und gegen die Polizei kämpft. _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/2.INHALT_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ Wir befinden uns in Tokio irgendwann in der Zukunft.
Summary: / /_/_/_/_/_/_/_/1.WORUM GEHT ES?_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ JSRF steht hier zwar unter Rubik Action, ist aber mehr ein Jump and Run auf Inlinern mit Cell-shade-grafik und freakiger Musik in dem man in großen Städten vor allem Graffitis malt und gegen die Polizei kämpft. _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/2.INHALT_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ Wir befinden uns in Tokio irgendwann in der Zukunft.
Pros: guter Mehrspielermodus, große Stadt mit viel Verkehr und Fußgänger, tolles Konzept
Cons: Grafik und Sound Geschmackssache, zu wenig Abwechslung, zu wenig Jump and Run und Funsport .