JSRF- Jet SET radio Future
Category: Action/Adventure/Extreme Sports
Ship: Q1 2002
The setting is Tokyo, in the year 2024. Freedom is a valuable commodity
and freedom of expression even more so. "JSRF- Jet Set Radio Future"
uses the power of the Xbox to create living, breathing cities that are
filled with opportunities. Featuring unique anime-style graphics, new
tricks and incredible stunts, "JSRF- Jet Set Radio Future" brings the
hippest game ever into a futuristic world. Choose a character, strap
on your rocket powered skates and immerse yourself in the vast environments.
The story unfolds depending upon which areas of the game you explore.
Along the way, you'll compete with rival crews, be chased by the cops
and perhaps discover something unthinkable. The multi-player aspects
will let you work together to reach seemingly unattainable places, create
new attacks and perform astounding stunts. Wherever your adventure takes
you, it's all about extreme skating, extreme action and of course extreme
Â· New, more powerful tricks - grind up the side of a building while
executing multiple combos!
Â· Cooperative and competitive split-screen multi-player modes - try
to foil each other's plans or work in tandem to achieve things you couldn't
do on your own
Â· New gameplay mechanics--in order to keep the action fast and to make
the learning curve a little easier, the tagging will involve hitting
a button rather than using an analog stick
Â· The power of the Xbox allows for new visuals, including:
-the turbo boost which blurs the screen when you speed up
-particle effects that add extra sparks when grinding on your skates
and spray paint fumes while tagging
-massive amount of pedestrians roaming the streets
-vehicles that brake when you skate in front of them
-environments that are much more expansive than the cities featured
in Jet Grind Radio
Â· Cutting edge hip-hop and techno soundtrack to keep you grooving to
the beat: Grand Royal's super group, The Latch Brothers (w/Mike D, Tick,
& Wag), provide exclusive tracks and remixes, alongside other Grand
Royal songs and WaveMaster's distinct scoring.