Summary: This is one of the most underrated games ever. It's cel shaded graphics and awesome gameplay make it stand out in a time where games like GTA V are only talked about for their boring graphics.
Summary: Most games on the Dreamcast looking back were a tad shallow by today's standards. Jet Set Radio was a niche game that perfected the shell shade art style. Clearly it was Sega's answer to the popularity of SSX and Tony Hawk. Somewhere down the line it ended up something else.
Summary: Despite imperfection Jet Set Radio HD manages to stand out in the next-gen because of something essential that every game should have called fun. This game entertains a lot while playing since there is much to do and see, nice tricks can be pulled off which get really crazy and rewarding at the end,...
Summary: Just as No Association said to ignore the Critic Metascore I must warn you of the nostalgic user score. This is an awkward game that is in every way worse than its sequel. It's stumbling and slow, but the music and personality is vibrant and will stick with you.
Summary: I played it on my son's DC back when and I liked it OK, but it didn't grab me. But when I played Jet Set Radio Future (the sequel to JSR) on the Xbox, I was blown away. The gameplay was much better. Now had they released a revamp of JSRF, I would get it, because IMO, that was the better game.
Summary: this one which is the original from dreamcast is a amazing game and the music and story are great. the one that came after it not so much but this game and phantasy star online ruled my dreamcast to the day it moved to my closet.
Summary: Loved it on the Dreamcast and it has aged very well. Still every bit as relevant today. The style, the feel of the game is fantastic. This is what games are all about; atmosphere and a great fusion of style and substance.
Summary: hahahah! Yes! This is the port I've been wanting, and boy did it deliver. Graphics? Please, that wasn't never even an issue. To THIS DAY They hold a candle to many modern games. Gameplay? Cmon now, its the same Jet Set from back then.