JSRFMP is a free remake of the original Xbox game using the Sega Assets. You can download it on Gamejolt.com (1gb) ; it is free for Microsoft Windows. Note: This is the final version ; the game won’t be updated anymore ; the author (Screenracer) is working on other projects like a remake of Roadkill. JSRFMP is definitely worth a try before the Bomb Rush Cyberfunk release (if you’re into gaming). More infos below.
The Original Jet Set Radio Future (JSRF) is a 2002 action game developed by Smilebit and published by Sega for the Xbox; it is a sequel to the Dreamcast game Jet Set Radio (2000). As a re-imagining of the original game, it features refined gameplay mechanics, updated graphics, larger open world environments, new characters, a new soundtrack and multiplayer gameplay. The player controls members of a street gang that use inline skates to traverse a futuristic Tokyo, spraying graffiti, challenging rival gangs and evading authorities. Like Jet Set Radio, Future uses a cel-shaded style of animation (Wikipedia).
Jet Set Radio Future Multiplayer (JSRFMP) is a fanmade remake of the game, based on the multiplayer mode of the original Xbox JSRF. This game is not a mod, but a standalone game using the original art assets, compiled with custom code. You can either play offline or online.
PC Gameplay by XPgoblin
A group of friends test multiplayer in JSRFMP - A video by Llewop
Team Reptile released their announcement trailer for Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, a game heavily inspired by Jet Set Radio, which adds Parkour, BMX and Skateboard to the mix. The release date is set to August 18, 2023. You can wishlist the game on Steam (Windows) and check the Official Nintendo page for the Nintendo Switch Release.
Footage from this trailer has been captured on a Nintendo Switch. The game will be available at other platforms at a later date. Music: kidkanevil - Big City Life ft OV (written by G. Roberts and P. Mukhi).
Team Reptile is a pretty legit game studio. Their two previous games: Lethal League Blaze (2018) & Lethal League (2014) both have Overwhelmingly Positive Reviews on Steam and they have gained quite a huge following: the 4 previous trailer videos for Bomb Rush Cyberfunk almost reached 3 millions views combined (links below).
Bomb Rush Cyberfunk - More Media - PLAY:
Official Movestyle Trailer (2022) |
Official Gameplay Trailer (2022) |
Official Gameplay Trailer, V2 (2022) |
Official Trailer (2021).
About the game
Team Reptile brings you Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, 1 second per second of highly advanced funkstyle. In a world from the mind of Dion Koster, where self-styled crews are equipped with personal boostpacks, new heights of graffiti are reached. Start your own cypher and dance, paint, trick, face off with the cops and stake your claim to the extrusions and cavities of a sprawling metropolis in an alternate future set to the musical brainwaves of Hideki Naganuma.
Butterflies is a game about inline skating and graffiti. Apparently some people did that before, but they don’t seem like they’ll be doing it anymore.
Episode 2 Promo Video
Check the Butterfliess Youtube channel for the soundtrack and more promo videos & the Itch.io page for future episodes/ updates releases.
Jet Grind Radio (Dreamcast) - Live Action Print Ad (via).
Jet Set Radio Future Multiplayer (JSRFMP) is a fan made game based on the multiplayer mode of JSRF. JSRFMP is NOT a mod for JSRF! JSRFMP is a fan made remake from the ground up. This also means that it is a free standalone game, and you do not need to own JSRF to play it.
Get the game on Gamejolt.com (public test build & alpha release, around 1gb each version) - Preview of the 0.4.5 build: PLAY.
Why You NEED to Play Jet Set Radio Future Multiplayer NOW
Here are some screenshots of a multiplayer event (september 2021).
Preview of the game: “Jet Set Radio Future Multiplayer - Doing What Sega Won’t” - PLAY - Check more videos of Jet Set Radio Future Multiplayer on Youtube.
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Justin Thursday came with an interesting design, he replaced the middle wheel slot of a Powerslide Trinity frame by a 3d printed h-block he designed. More goodies on Justin Thursday’s Youtube Channel.
Something fun and different. A grind block for 3x110 Powerslide Trinity frames. Jet Set Radio in real life?! - Justin Thursday (Photo).
up: Jet Set Radio Fanart by (?). The design is also close to the skates you can see in Airgear (manga & anime)