Jet Set Radio Future is a 2002 action game developed by Smilebit and published by Sega for the Xbox. The sequel to the 2000 Dreamcast game Jet Set Radio, players control members of a street gang who use inline skates to traverse a futuristic Tokyo, spraying graffiti and evading authorities.
Jet Set Radio Future plays similarly to Jet Set Radio in which the player controls a member of a gang of inline skaters called the GGs to gain control of a futuristic Tokyo. Players can skate, grind on rails and even up poles, ride on walls, perform mid-air tricks and use boosts to move faster. Most of the game requires the player to search for graffiti tags left by other gangs and spray over them with their own. To do this, players will need to collect spray cans littered across each stage. Spraying is more streamlined from the last game, with manual spraying over large tags replaced by multiple spray targets depending on the tag's size. Unlike Jet Set Radio, there is no time limit and spray targets can be completed at any time.
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