The best thing about this version of Jet Set Radio is that it DOES include the soundtrack and levels from the NTSC Dreamcast version (most ports I've seen cut those out). That means you get Grind Square, the best level in the game, with Rob Zombie, Cold and Professional Murder Music blasting while you soar through the air spraypainting apache helicopters from one powerline to the next!
Seriously though, if you can't get your hands on the original Dreamcast version, this is the next best thing. The graphics hold up great in HD (so long as you don't pay much attention to the wood-block pedestrians), the controls with a gamepad are slick, and the potential to mod the game for custom grafitti tags opens the floodgates for your own creativity. And if you've never played Jet Set Radio before, $5 gets you a wild and brutally challenging experience with a culture straight out of MTV's best years.
One warning: This is not a long game by any stretch. You'll easily finish a playthrough in one sitting if you know what you're doing. At $5, the game is basically a dollar an hour of story. Thankfully, the extra tasks such as collecting all graffiti souls, unlocking all characters and getting JET on every level are so brutally tough that completionists can attack this game for weeks.
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