A whole bunch of games dropped on us today, but there was an absence. Sega sent out a press release today stating that the PS Vita port of Jet Set Radio has been delayed. The publisher gave no specifics as to when the ti...more
Oh, the late 90s/early 2000s. In-line skating, graffiti, techno-infused Japanese pop, and the Sega Dreamcast ruled my life, in and out of gaming. It was a better time, a simpler time. However, nostalgia can be a funny thing. ...more
Sega has announced the pricing for the upcoming return of fan-favorite Jet Set Radio. Too bad we gave it away in the headline!
Xbox Live and PC gamers can buy Jet Set Radio on September 19 for 800 Microsoft Points (Xbox Live ...more
Alongside the Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, Vita, and PC versions of Jet Set Radio due out later this summer, the beloved Dreamcast game will also be making an appearance on Android, iPhone, and iPad. I don't know th...more
I just played Jet Grind Radio for the first time last year, so the memories are still fresh. Sega had the Vita version of the Jet Set Radio remaster on hand at its booth, so I gave it a spin to see what has changed and what h...more
SEGA has announced that Jet Set Radio is heading to the PlayStation Vita, joining the previously announced PC, Xbox 360, and PS3 versions. Now you can be a disgusting vandal anywhere you go!
As seems to be mandatory, the Vita...more
The teaser didn't show diddly squat, and the subsequent screenshot dump was alright, but nothing compares to seeing the game in motion. A few days ago, SEGA uploaded the official trailer for the Jet Set Radio HD re-release, ...more
Earlier Sega teased, but now it's official: Jet Set Radio will be coming to Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and Windows PC digital download later this summer. This cel-shaded, stylish Dreamcast classic will get an HD up...more
At Yu Suzuki's GDC postmortem of Shenmue, he fully detailed the classic Dreamcast game's development, from an early prototype to a Virtua Fighter RPG to its final beloved form. Many details, images, and concepts were shown for the first time ever, which was a total thrill for me as a huge fan of the game and Suzuki's other works. more
A brand new Dreamcast game came out this week. SEGA's swansong has proved a fertile grounds in its abandonment. People keep making things for it. Next up is a remaster of Kojima's Snatcher, the game he did after Metal Gear.
If you told me I’d be playing a brand new Dreamcast game in 2014, back when the system saw its demise in 2002, I’d probably have said you were crazy.
It was at that point that Sega moved on to become a software...more