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: 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.
Summary: Jet Set Radio Future is one of X-box's best yet! It's a sequal to one of my favorite Dreamcast game of all time Jet Set Radio. The game's story is kina dull but fun! And the graphic are awesome. Best looking X-Box title yet. You can play Multiplayer with your budds or just play through the awesome story mode. The gRAphics 5/5 Gameplay 4/5 Story 2/5 The games Music Is just off the Hook. The best song is Probably the aisle 10, I think that's what it's called.
Excerpt: "Introduction A highly addictive game that will keep you entertained for hours. Its one of those games that you will want to continue playing until you have completed it. About the Game You can choose to play different characters in the game and the main aim of the game is to find walls that have been graffitied by other gangs and spray back over them with your own logo. You have to be creative and find ways to these graffitied walls by performing ...
Summary: Jet Set Radio Future is an immensely stylish, slick game. The cel-shaded look makes it stand out, and the music (Japanese techno/pop/hip-hop) fits perfectly with the overall look and feel. You play a member of skate gang the GG's, and it's your job to try and sort out what's happening in Tokyo with the help of DJ Professor K, who provides the beats, as well as handy advice, as you skate around town.
Summary: JSRF is an odd game to review.. essentially because its a very odd little game. When I say little.. I don't mean it literally.. in fact the environments are quite large and theres plenty of stuff to do, places to explore, that kind of thing. JSRF is a 'little' game in the sense that it is best viewed as a pleasent distraction rather than an intense, Splinter Cell like experience. Theres not much thinking involved at any stage really..
Excerpt: Jet Set Radio Future Developed by: Sega and Smilebit Year: 2002 Jet Set Radio Future is the final in a series of three comic book based ideas about gangs of skating graffiti artists releasing the soul to the streets, trying to avoid being arrested, and stopping the president of a multi million doll? Err? yen empire. This final games uses twelve characters, as opposed to the original 10, and is exclusive to the X-Box, instead of the Dreamcast and Game Boy.
Excerpt: "So Jet Set Radio Future, now theres a mouthfull for you. Now the plot seems to be that in Tokyo some time in the future some big business group is taking over so what do you do?, go around spraying grafiti, Yay!!!!. Or not as the case may be seeing as most of the levels the primary activities repeat themselves over and over thus making you bored and frustrated mainly by the tricky controls. The graphics are beautiful with the stunning cell shading ...
Summary: JSRF is a superb game, where you play characters from a rebel skating gang in Tokyo, in the not-too-distant future. The idea is to skate round the many, enormous, levels, covering opponents' graffiti, and accomplishing various missions. The graphics are superb; super-smooth, with rich, bright, gleaming colours, which shine like something in a hallucinogenic experience. You need to see it to understand it.