Excerpt: Jet Set Radio is back on the Playstation 3 (PS3), Xbox 360, Personal Computer (PC), and Playstation Vita. Jet Set Radio explains right from the start that spraying graffiti is a criminal act in the real world.
Conclusion: I give the story a 8/10 Summary: Good: -Fantastic art design -Sick tunes and professor K -A timeless classic (Shame it didn't sell well) Bad: -poorly designed races -Some bad level design -Wishing that there was a soundboard of Professor K Overall I think it's still a fantastic game and certainly...
Conclusion: Final Verdict: For the cheap price, this game is completely worth the purchase. It will keep you entertained for a few hours of leisurely play, but there are things to collect on each level, giving completionists satisfaction as well.
Excerpt: Coming off as an amalgamation of ‘Marc Eckō's Getting Up’ and ‘Aggressive Inline’, despite preceding both of those games, Jet Set Radio is a surreal beast. I was never fortunate enough to have played it during its original Dreamcast release, so I came to the game with entirely fresh eyes.
Excerpt: When a game’s separate tutorial mode is nearly impossible to finish without first diving into its story campaign to learn the ropes, that’s a strong statement. In other words, the Dreamcast skating, tagging, and police-evading classic Jet Set Radio ain’t playing around.
Pros: + Simply gorgeous HD update; thrilling challenge for the right gamer., + Loads of side-challenges, unlockable goodies, and all-around goofiness; great soundtrack remains intact.
Cons: ? Does anyone else think Professor K’s voice actor phoned in his part?
Conclusion: It can be chilling to realise that what was once considered fun Sci-fi scenarios slowly become reality. With the current political climate going through transitions of suppression and revolution, Jet Set Radio can accidentally be seen as political art rather than a quirky game about cartoon Japan...
Conclusion: "Somewhere in Asia, there is a city that cannot be found on any map called "Tokyo-to", but everyone just calls it Tokyo. The two hottest things on the streets of Tokyo-to are the punks wearing magnetically driven in-line skates powered by newly developed "netrium" batteries and "Jet Set Radio", a...
Excerpt: I am surprised it took Sega this long to release an HD port of the critically acclaimed Jet Set Radio . Then again, the company has made some disappointing decisions in my opinion, such as the stupid March 2013 delay for Anarchy Reigns (the game is fully translated already!