Platform Nation: Jet Set Radio can be summed up in three words. Dancing, graffiti and frustration.
While this is the first time I have played Jet Set Radio, the game has developed enough of a reputation over the last several years that I knew what to expect when I finally loaded up the game for the first time. I understand that the game was a Dreamcast game and that in the year 2000 games were completely different, this shows more than ever while playing Jet Set Radio. While some sections are easy, as you progress the game becomes more difficult to cruise through the colourful cities, throw up some paint on a wall and jump around doing backflips without an army of dogs or an insanely accurate helicopter swinging around and blasting you to the ground.