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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 989d ago | review

Jet Set Radio Review - Android Review | Hardcore Droid

The Dreamcast was more than just SEGA’s final console, it was their creative peak. Where their rival Nintendo leveraged a small stable of iconic properties every single generation, SEGA took the Dreamcast as an opportunity to forge a new identity. They split their internal development up into semi-autonomous studios and gave them the ability to pursue their own passion projects. The experiment didn’t last long. Within a couple years, SEGA buried its console, and consolidated its developers not long after, but the Dreamcast’s brief tenure left behind a stable of wildly original titles that stand as some of the best of their day. (Android, Jet Set Radio) 4/5

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