Jet Set Radio by Sega released for iPhone, iPad (iOS) and Android

It's finally here: The futuristic inline skating game from SEGA, Jet Set Radio, reached the App distribution channels for iOS and Android.
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Nov. 29, 2012 - PRLog -- Starting today, you and your android, iPhone or iPad boarded by the fictional Tokyo-To and show the enemy gangs, where the rubber meets the road.
Your game character moves away on skates, grinds, jumps and sprays. It also often goes by the graffiti sprayed over the other gangs, what are natural sprays needed. The overall look of the game is due to cel-shaded cartoon look and very cuddly and is supported by the excellent artwork. The guardians of the law are also included, and track the player occasionally, in some cases there is even dodge bullets and you are allowed.
To me, the look and the general Artstyle to Dreamcast times seemed at first somewhat prohibitive, since I was a little too much Japan contain flavor. After a few minutes (and a taste for Tony Hawk's Pro Skater) but I went to see. The tricks to keep in their "Awesomeness" limited and restricted to turn-around, jumps, flips, handle rails and wall rides. As with THPS but you can make combo chains and take every Grind Rail, which of course makes absolutely addictive. The soundtrack is mostly funky and stays in the background. Unlike THPS is less about balance, but also about timing. Porting promises high-resolution textures and a nice look, which was confirmed in the short test.
The game looks on the iPhone 5 from absolutely crisp and is priced at € 4.49 and passable, at least it is a console port with plenty of content. However, there are already signs of frustration in the reviews of the App Store. Is criticized, especially the highly sensitive virtual stick on iOS. There are performance issues on older devices on both platforms.
The Android users provide less from critical reviews, however, is the stick-radius on the Google Nexus 7 slightly larger and therefore probably less sensitive. Fans have no choice and have to strike, all others still prefer to wait from a possible patch. Unfortunately, the gentlemen are at SEGA not the fastest when it comes to patches
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