Those who discovered it in July 2020 knew something was going on today. The spiritual continuation of Sega’s most popular licenses has come out with not good news.
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Initially planned on the PC, but also planned for “relevant media”, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is now aiming for commercialization by 2022. Sad postponement for fans of fast motion and graffiti, but now there are new pictures and the video above to wait.
In a world introduced by Dion Koster, in which self-appointed crews are equipped with personal boost packs, new heights of graffiti are reached. Start your own figure and dance, paint, trick and compete against police officers by claiming the extrusions and cavities of a sprawling metropolis in an alternative future and adjusting to the musical brainwaves of Hideki Naganuma.
Single player experience, Team Reptile’s Cel Shading game asks you to paint all in one field to improve your reputation and then challenge the local gang. Plenty of tricks are planned to make the exploration crazier, with that little taste of Jet Set Radio that everyone seems to be craving.