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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 768d ago | review

Jet Set Radio Review - The Digital Fix

Despite failing to be a financial success the Sega Dreamcast has a warm place in the hearts of many gamers for not only being one of the first online consoles but also for bringing many new titles, many of which went on to become cult classics, to the crowded games’ table. Crazy Taxi, Shenmue, and Phantasy Star Online all bring back fond memories of the doomed Sega console and Jet Set Radio stands amongst these video game legends as one of the must have titles of the short-lived but certainly memorable Dreamcast era. Twelve years on, which have included one sequel and numerous guest appearances by the Jet Set gang in other Sega titles, this cel-shaded classic resurfaces on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live in an attempt to woo that small brotherhood of Dreamcast owners with some turn-of-the-millennium nostalgia. (Jet Set Radio, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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