We could not ever get a correct sequel to Jet Set Radio Future, however at the very least there’s Bomb Rush Cyberfunk.
Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, an upcoming recreation by studio Crew Reptile, is not shy about its inspirations. Between its colourful cel-shaded visuals, Hideki Naganuma soundtrack, and all of the tagging, rail-grinding and dancing gameplay you possibly can need, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is trying like Jet Set Radio Future religious successor of our goals.
The Netherlands-based studio dropped its first official trailer right this moment, after asserting the sport with a short teaser last year. The sport is described as “1 second per second of extremely superior funkstyle,” with a brief synopsis of the sport studying: “Begin your personal cypher and dance, paint, trick, face off with the cops and stake your declare to the extrusions and cavities of a sprawling metropolis in an alternate future set to the musical brainwaves of Hideki Naganuma.”
The music could sound acquainted to followers of the unique Jet Set Radio video games, as Naganuma was the composer behind each Jet Set Radio and Jet Set Radio Future’s soundtracks. The Japanese composer will now be creating brand-new music for Bomb Rush Cyberfunk.
Initially supposed to launch this yr, the group have now up to date the sport’s launch window to 2022. The sport’s Steam page is stay now, whereas console releases are additionally possible, with Crew Reptile stating “we purpose to launch the sport on all related platforms.”