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Jet Grind Radio

Jet Grind Radio (DC) game cover art
Platform: Dreamcast
Genre: Action
Developer: Smilebit
AKA: Jet Set Radio (EU), Jet Set Radio (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/01/2000
EU
11/24/2000
JP
06/29/2000

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Staff Reviews

Jet Grind Radio review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

Zack M says: "From what I understand, Sega created a new program, apparently called ''CelShader,'' that draws a black outline around three-dimensional polygon figures, giving them a cartoony-look. Well, they decided to use this in Jet Grind Radio, and the result is some very pretty characters."
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Reader Reviews

Jet Grind Radio review

Reviewed July 15, 2010

Genj says: "Speak with someone who owned a Dreamcast in 1999 or 2000 and they’ll likely recall fond memories of a fantastic library tailored to the “hardcore” gaming crowd. But gamers who never adopted the console usually aren’t hunting it down on eBay. The fact is many of its best games ranging from high-profile titles like Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi to niche import releases like Guilty Gear X and Ikaruga have been ported to more successful consoles. There are, however, a f..."
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Jet Grind Radio review

Reviewed March 27, 2008

pickhut says: "When Jet Grind Radio came out for the Dreamcast, it was quite a refreshing title for its time. Of course, the first thing that got everyone's attention was the graphics; the cel-shaded look made it stand out from the majority. It was also a cool, hip, or whatever you youngster's say these days, game. Most of the main characters were decked out in some stylish or unique outfit, like Beat's wavelength glasses and headphones, or Poison Jam, a gang who dress up as overall-wearing fish monster..."
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