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Category: Bomb Rush Cyberfunk

Category: Bomb Rush Cyberfunk

One morning into it, and so far Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is an eerie act of love

One of the spooky things I’ve found about wandering around Tokyo is that everytime I’ve visited, I’ve kept dropping into parts of the city that felt haunted by the ghosts of a virtual city that Tokyo itself had inspired. As a Jet Set Radio fan, Tokyo-To is everywhere in Tokyo. I looked out of a hotel elevator one morning and saw Shibuya bus terminal, where I had spent so long skating and laying down tags. I remember stepping down into Harajuku one evening and the sensation of a close virtual space rippled past me. Walking in Tokyo Midtown I saw

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What to Play This August

Hello, happy August, and welcome back to our new recurring series, What to Play This Month, a roundup of the best games from the last one and the things we’re most excited to play from the month ahead – plus our other suggestions for what might complement it. As a reminder, the goal for us with this series is simple enough: there are more games releasing than ever, so we’re aiming to narrow things down and help you cut through the noise. Let’s dive in! Here’s What To Play This August. Read more

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Jet-Set-Radio-like Bomb Rush Cyberfunk hits PlayStation and Xbox in September

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, the heavily Jet-Set-Radio-inspired adventure from developer Team Reptile, launches for PlayStation and Xbox on 1st September, two weeks after Switch and PC. As a mere glimpse will confirm, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk pays homage and then some to Sega’s beloved Dreamcast classic Jet Set Radio, sporting an immediately familiar cell-shaded aesthetic as players skate, skateboard, and cycle through the futuristic streets of New Amsterdam, dodging militarised police, spraying graffiti, and facing off against other crews. Bomb Rush Cyberfunk’s New Amsterdam features five main boroughs to explore, and players can make use of a “unique environment based trick system”

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