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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes for Nintendo Switch Adding a Jet Set Radio Shirt

Saturday, January 19th, 2019

The latest from Grasshopper Manufacture, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has just landed on Nintendo Switch. There’s plenty of updates and downloadable content on the way, and the head honcho of Grasshopper, Suda51, has given us a glimpse at what’s in store – and the result makes us Understand the Concept of Love more than we’d expected.

In Travis Strikes Again, a huge marketing focus was placed on the ingame shirts Travis can wear, depicting an array of indie titles. It appears the next wave of shirts being added in February will now focus on gaming “Legends” – of which Suda evidently considers Jet Set Radio one. Right on!

Time will tell if more of SEGA’s repertoire is added to Travis’ wardrobe (there’s certainly enough to choose from), but as is, this is a very unexpected and extremely cool surprise.

[Source: Suda51 on Twitter]

New Additions to Merchandise Section, Revised Book Section | Merchandise

Thursday, October 11th, 2018

We have a new selection of updates to our Merchandise section. See below for the full list of additions and changes:

The Book section has now be rearranged. There is now a landing page that lists every entry and each book now has it’s own page
Mean Machines: The Essential SEGA Guide now added to the Book section
– New scans and the individual track artists have been added to the Super 32X 15th Anniversary Album entry in the Music section
Resurrection: Panzer Dragoon Saga 20th Anniversary Arrangement Soundtrack added to Music section
Jet Set Radio: Original Soundtrack With Bonus Tracks From JSRF added to Music section
The Super Shinobi & Works added to Music section
Let’s Tap Soundtrack added to Music section

Here’s the List of SEGA Games Removed From the Mobile App Stores

Monday, May 18th, 2015

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As a part of SEGA’s digital strategy, the publisher has now removed a series of mobile games from the iOS App Store, Google Play store, Samsung App Store and Amazon App Store that it has deemed as, “no longer meeting their standards”. The full list of titles can be viewed below:

– After Burner Climax
– Jet Set Radio
– Super Monkey Ball 1 & 2
– Super Monkey Ball Tip’n’Tilt 1 & 2
– Altered Beast
– Ecco the Dolphin
– Golden Axe 1, 2 & 3
– Phantasy Star II
– Streets of Rage 1 & 3
– Space Harrier II
– Virtua Fighter 2

If you have already purchased the games then SEGA has confirmed that they will remain re-downloadable but there will be no further support for them. This means that as OS and hardware updates occur, the games may become unplayable.

SEGA has confirmed that 20 new mobile titles are due to release in the future and they will be of, “console quality”.

[Source: Siliconera]

Video Spotlight: SEGA Announce New ‘SEGA Central’ Web-Series

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

SEGA have just revealed a new official web-series called SEGA Central which aims to give you insider news, behind-the-scenes previews, interviews and footage of SEGA’s upcoming releases. In addition SEGA have promised retrospectives that deal with classic SEGA games like Sonic Adventure 2 and Jet Set Radio.

The series is going to be exclusive to the SEGA Europe YouTube Channel so if you’re a YouTube user you can subscribe for future episodes.

Check out the announcement video below:

Huge XBLA Sale in Effect Until June 24th

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

SEGA have dropped the prices on all their digital titles available on XBLA. The sale lasts until the 24th of June. Full details and American pricing below (we will update as we get UK/EU pricing):

Condemned: Criminal Origins (Games on Demand) – $9.99
Crazy Taxi – 400 MS Points
Daytona USA – 400 MS Points
Guardian Heroes – 160 MS Points
Jet Set Radio – 400 MS Points
NiGHTS into Dreams – 400 MS Points
Renegade Ops – 320 MS Points
SEGA Bass Fishing – 160 MS Points
SEGA SuperStars Tennis (Games on Demand) – $9.99
Sonic Adventure – 160 MS Points
Sonic Adventure DX Upgrade – 80 MP
Sonic Adventure 2 – 400 MP
Sonic Adventure 2 — Battle Mode DLC – 120 MP
Sonic CD – 160 MP
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 – 400 MP
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 – 400 MP
Sonic & Knuckles – 160 MP
Sonic the Hedgheog – 160 MP
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 – 160 MP
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 – 160 MP
Tails Avatar item – 80 MP
Sonic Generations (Games on Demand) – $9.99/£8.99
Sonic Unleashed (Games on Demand) – $9.99
Space Channel 5: Part 2 – 160 MP
The Cave – 600 MP
Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown – 400 MP
VF5 Customisation Pack #1 – 400 MP
VF5 Customisation Pack – 400 MP

[Source: SEGANews.net and The Inquisitr]

Fan Scene: Custom Jet Set Radio Dreamcast is a Thing of Beauty

Friday, May 24th, 2013

Good to see the Dreamcast customisation scene is still alive and ticking! Check out this rather amazing Dreamcast mod that features a custom painted case and controller adorned with Jet Set Radio artwork. Beautiful!

[Source: Custom Art]

Insert Coin Announce New SEGA Clothing

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Insert Coin have revealed a slew of new SEGA-inspired clothing which ranges from t-shirts and hoodies to vest-tops and leggings.

Click here to see the full range.

Orders will presumably go live at a later date.

[Source: SEGANews.net]

SEGA Tunes: Hideki Naganuma Mixtape

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Check out this amazing 5 minute mix of 22 Hideki Naganuma songs by YouTube user Blake Buck. It features music from various games including Jet Set Radio and Sonic Rush. Check it out below:

[Source: Max Firestorm on Facebook]

PSN Plus Subscribers Get Jet Set Radio Vita Free This Week

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

PSN Plus subscribers who own a Vita are in for a treat this week; Jet Set Radio is free to download through the service for this week only.

This is the HD remastered version of Jet Set Radio which is also available for X-Box 360, PS3, PC, iOS and Android. It launched back in November 2012.

[Source: Eurogamer]

Jet Set Radio Now Available for iOS

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

The latest Jet Set Radio port that has appeared on XBLA and PSN is now available on iOS in New Zealand. A Western release is expected at midnight tonight.

The iOS version will be available for £2.99 in the UK and $4.99 in the US.

This version is controlled through virtual controls as iOS devices don’t have buttons. You can also take photos and use them as in-game graffiti tags.

[Source: SEGA News.net]

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