SEGA has polished off a vibrant Jet Set Radio launch trailer for your viewing pleasure.
Originally released on Dreamcast in 2000, Jet Set Radio pioneered the use of cel-shaded visuals in videogames, and focuses on a group known as rudies; that is, youngsters who use graffiti as a means of expressing themselves.
Gamers are tasked with recruiting more rudies to their cause by spraying graffiti around the city, although eventually the task becomes more difficult, with various challenges presenting themselves in order to recruit more members.
This high-definition version of the classic graffiti-‘em-up includes online leaderboards and a new camera system, and maintains all but one song from the original game soundtrack.
Check out the launch trailer below.