Jet Set Radio Future (2002)

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A group of graffiti spraying, roller blading, teens called, "The GGs", have to stop a mega corporate enterprise known as, "The Rokkaku Group" and their leader, "Gouji Rokkaku" who is the ... See full summary »


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10 September 2005 | captainmarvel1331
The best X-Box game. Seriously.
The sequel to Sega's old Jet Grind Radio has been released on X-Box. And even though I might be the only person saying this I think its the best game on the system. Well, only in retrospect seeing as how this review is 3 years too late and newer games like Halo 2 and Half-life 2 have come out. But for it's generation, JSRF was the king.

The graphics are beautifully Cell-shaded and look great when you do your graffiti, which is also awesome looking, even though you can't understand most of it. The characters are kinda silly but that adds to the games greatness. The music is good, the environments are incredible, and again, the graffiti looks great.

9/10

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Release Date:

25 February 2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

Japan

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