Jeff minters newest trippy shooter moose life is out next month
Dreamcast’s highly regarded classic inline skating graffiti Jet Set Radio is well-known for its iconic celshaded offkilter aesthetics, careful rendering of the super-top futuristic Tokyo environment, and a soundtrack full of street hymns and earworms. Soon after, the original Xbox had a sequel, and then we got a high-definition remake of the original game in 2012, but we have not heard of any new entries about the series or any sequel of any kind.
Now, after announcing the remake of Tony Hawks’ classic game and new works in EA’s skateboarding series, we see its cooler and more fashionable cousin returning in some form as the Dutch Studio, this may be appropriate. Cooperated with Jet Set Radio composer Hideki Naganuma to develop this new game, which is obviously directly inspired by the original Sega game.
The following is the game description from the Steam store page:
"Team Reptile brings you Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, a very advanced funk style at 1 second per second. In the minds of Dion Koster In the world, self-style clothing is equipped with a personal enhancement package, and graffiti has reached new heights. In the music brainwave of Hideki Naganuma, start your own encryption and dancing, painting, cheating, confronting the police, and defending your rights in the squeeze and hollowness of another huge metropolis in the future. "
They said that you can play a variety of games with different characters and freely explore the location in the game, where each level shows a part of the city at a specific time of day. Most of the actions in
JSR will be replicated here, including Jump, smash, skill and air competition. Just like in JSR, you will skate and doodling. Each level has hidden spots to place your tags.
This will be a major single player game. No announcement has been made yet. Multiplayer game plans. The
game is still a bit far away and will not be released this year, but the exact release date has not yet been determined.
There have been rumors for many years that Sega is considering some new attempts at Jet Set Radio. Some internal tones are said to have been put together, but have not been put into production. Perhaps Hideki Naganuma lost his patience with waiting for the new Jet Set Radio, so he worked with a new team that wanted to return to this philosophy and design aesthetic.
We like the look of this trailer and are eager for more information. What do you think of this revelation? Are you a fan of the original Jet Set Radio? Do you understand the concept of love? Let us know in the comments.