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Submitted by shaneryanTB 950d ago | review

Jet Set Radio Review | Thunderbolt

More than a decade ago, Jet Set Radio came to embody Sega as a whole: the quirky developer and beleaguered hardware manufacturer. Long after their success with the Genesis, Sega had to reinvent themselves with the Dreamcast and reclaim their mantel as the hip alternative to Nintendo, and now, Sony. Jet Set Radio was new, it was unique, and it was one of the last truly influential console titles Sega ever produced.

[Sean Kelley, Thunderbolt] (Jet Set Radio, PS3) 7/10

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