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Jet Set Radio, Crazy Taxi revivals officially announced by SEGA

Sam Cawley

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Jet Set Radio, Crazy Taxi revivals officially announced by SEGA

Featured Image Credit: SEGA

It’s The Game Awards everybody, and SEGA just floored us with the announcement of several new titles currently in development, including some of their best IPs.

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A new trailer showed off gameplay from a new Jet Set Radio, Shinobi, Golden Axe, Streets of Rage and Crazy Taxi, all of which were brief but beautiful and it didn’t even end there. SEGA promised more is to come, so we can only wait with baited breath to see what else is on the way.

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At first glance it looks like they could be remakes, but no such thing was said during the trailer meaning there’s a good chance they’ll all be brand-new entries in their respective series.

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Wild it'll be fantastic to see Golden Axe, Streets Of Rage and Shinobi receive new games, it's Jet Set Radio and Crazy Taxi we're most excited for.

Jet Set Radio is the dystopian future punk game that sees players skate, grind, and spray-paint the town red whilst evading the law. The graphics in the first entry and the original Xbox sequel were stunning for the time, so one can only imagine how a new-gen version would look, and the trailer teases some jaw-dropping visuals.

The you've got Crazy Taxi, an arcade racer that doesn't get nearly as much love nowadays as it should do. The aim of the game is simple, you pick up passengers and transport them to wherever they need to go, the quicker the better. There's no need to worry about traffic safety, just put your foot on the accelerator and get moving, bonus points if you do some crazy stunts along the way.

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The only SEGA character missing from the trailer was the blue blur himself Sonic The Hedgehog, but you never know, maybe he'll pop up in a future trailer or announcement.

Unfortunately release dates weren't provided, but it's expected they'll be staggered for release across 2024/2025

Topics: Sega, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, PC

Sam Cawley
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