Indie dev teases Jet Set Radio non secular successor, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk

Indie dev teases Jet Set Radio spiritual successor, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk

There’s little confusion about what Bomb Rush Cyberfunk goals to be: a non secular successor (or very loving homage) to Sega’s trendy Jet Set Radio collection.

Developed by indie studio Team Reptile, the maker of Lethal League, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk will let gamers “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,” in accordance with its official description on Steam.

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk may also characteristic the musical stylings of Hideki Naganuma, the composer identified for his work on Jet Set Radio and Jet Set Radio Future. So, yeah, somebody’s making a brand new Jet Set Radio-style recreation since Sega’s not doing it.

A quick teaser trailer for Bomb Rush Cyberfunk reveals off the rail-grinding, tagging, and dancing, all with a cool, cel-shaded visible fashion, that gamers ought to count on from the sport. The recreation’s description hints at “personal boostpacks” which can let gamers, as a part of a crew, attain “new heights of graffiti.”

Team Reptile is concentrating on a 2021 launch window for Bomb Rush Cyberfunk.

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