So remember when Sega was trying to make zaidi stuff rather than just Sonic and the occasional Yakuza game, and the only way to see the franchise was through a Kickstarter like Shenmue? Well, let’s go back to the golden days of Dreamcast. And remember a classic game on there as Jet Set Radio. Fun game, but due to being on the Dreamcast, we doubted it would get a chance on other consoles. And then, Jet Set Radio Future happened.
Jet Set Radio takes place in… the future? An alternate timeline? Whatever, in Jet Set Radio Future, wewe play as the GGs, a group of roller skating rebellious teens that use graffiti to express their freedom. But the military police known as the Rokkaku Police are cracking down on graffiti, and will resort to riot police, tanks, and fucking assassins to put a stop to it. The game gives wewe a ton of characters to play as, from the classic Beat, to the team leader Corn, to waifu for laifu Gum, and so many more. Every character is a lot of fun to play with, having different stats for each situation. Some characters can carry zaidi paint cans, while some can jump higher and do better combos. The game also allows wewe to do the best kind of thing possible. wewe can ubunifu your own graffiti. This allows wewe to do some crazy stuff, like uandishi your own name in crazy font au making some sick designs. Or, wewe know, drawing dicks on the streets of Shibuya, but that’s not for me to judge. And then there’s the amount of challenges to get Graffiti Souls, which wewe can get to unlock secret characters, some that I didn’t think were possible for wewe to play as, like rival gangs, and even bosses in the game can become playable. And the challenges can range from pretty simple to difficult as fuck. Most of them are combos, but some are just doing insane tricks on specific objects in the area. But it’s nice because the visuals of this game are nice. I upendo the cel-shading mixed with the rough edges of the graffiti. Graffiti was always my inayopendelewa form of art, and seeing it with the hard shadows of cel shading makes it blend so well. And that muziki is so damn good. The funky beat played on the Jet Set Radio is so damn nice. I want zaidi muziki of this style. And wewe can get it kwa checking out Jet Set Radio Live, the chanzo of the hottest JSR tracks. Please give this some attention, it’s real fire.
Jet Set Radio Future is the kind of game that has everything I like about it. Fun extreme sports, a nice style of graphics, and a bumping soundtrack that I can’t get enough of. Maybe one day, Jet Set Radio will also get a kickstarter and get some damn recognition kwa Sega. But I won’t hold my breath. At least we have the classic Jet Set Radio Future to keep me satisfied.