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Jet Set Radio is currently free on Steam. Just go to the dedicated page and click install to add the game to your library. You’ll also get other free games (list below) part of the Make War Not Love 3 Free Bundle.
Make War Not Love 3 Free Bundle: featuring Jet Set Radio, Golden Axe, Hell Yeah + DLC. Artwork by IronYaya.
Jon Julio is an icon in skating and is a force to be reckoned with. He has proven year in and year out that a love for skating will take you to places in your life you’ve never been before.
Gratitude towards the man is the least any skater can do, but he’s not looking for recognition, he’s looking to keep skating strong and influential until the day he dies. […]
Photos, Videos & Anecdotes, presented by Erick Garcia (ESG).
The Filth-Files: Jon Julio – Full Article on Filthjuice.com.
Why the tragic death of extreme sports star Richard Taylor helped so many. Check the full Article on BBC.co.uk.
Richard Taylor had a catch phrase. If something went wrong in life – something that might send even the most resilient into a tail spin – he would break open his trademark smile and reassure those around him “It’s all good”. […]
Lord Brian, pillar of the NYC scene had a rough time: his child is fighting against brain cancer.
Just wanted to update many on you on the situation with my son Lil Brian. To sum it up, his cancerous brain tumor was successfully removed and he is now an outpatient on the road to recovery.
It’s going to be a long road with bumps here and there but he is healing up and doing amazingly well for everything that he has gone through. If any of you have some free time feel free to check out the blog that I put together for him. It’s my way of dealing with this hellish situation. – Lord Brian.
E-rolling is going out of business: After a long run of 12 years, eRolling will be selling off of all of their remaining inventory.