Me and my friend just beat it, after 14 hours on the save file. It was way more than that though, how the game doesn't autosave we totally forgot about saving and rage quit twice after like hours of playing and not saving. This game was amazing. I have the soundtrack on my phone. The look, soundtrack, gameplay, and everything about this game is amazing
Favourite levels - 99th Street, it lags so hard on the 360 though
Favourite songs - SWEET SOUL BROTHERS! Old but happies is a second though
Have I Ever Gotten 100% - Yep well not 100% but I beat the story, I even took a pic C: http://cl.ly/FVgo
Do I play on 360 or Xbox 1 - 360, its so annoying how much it lags on the later levels, I'm surprised it didn't lag on the final fight though...
Last edited by mcj108; 04-01-2012 at 10:00 PM.
Reason: added in questions
JSRF was teh awsum. I remember being rolling around in Shibuya Terminal and in The Sewers. Favorite character was Combo (although I did like Beat as well). And it's soundtrack is a crowning soundtrack of awesome. Favorites are Oldies But The Goodies, Funky Dealer, and Let Mom Sleep. Too bad the disc (which was bundled with Sega GT 2001) got messed up. :/ And then my sister's former Xbox (which was quite sluggish in later years and had it's composite cables busted) dissapeared.
I am (unrealistically) hoping that if the game gets to see the light of day again as a downloadable port, it's not exclusive to XBLA.
Last edited by Yeow95; 04-02-2012 at 05:49 AM.
Originally Posted by Boostitude
Just because Sega pushes out what they want for us doesn't mean the fanbase doesn't know what they want. At this rate, what's considered *good* classic gameplay is going to become so convoluted between the fans and the company, Sega will never get it right lol
Ok, finally got my brother to let me use his 360. Let me just say this: THE GAME IS AWESOME. it feels a lot smoother than the original Jet Set Radio, and the increased emphasis on tricks is welcome too. I love how you can do combinations of tricks going both backwards and forwards, and how you can trick while grinding. Yoyo isn't such a little anymore, in fact I actually quite like playing as him now. And, even though I already knew this, I didn't know how great removing the timer would actually be. You don't have to be in such a rush anymore, and you can just chill in the stages and pull of tricks. Overall, I dig the improvement, and the game is looking to be even better than the original.
Not quite sure why Corn now is the leader and founder of the GG's though.