As part of Sega’s latest financial report, the company experienced some kind of public awakening, realizing that after years and sometimes decades of sitting in dust-covered archives, it may be worth bringing along shows like this Jet set radio, Shinobi and Crazy taxi back.
As you can see on this presentation slide, discovered by IGNSega talked about the use of their “globally recognized IP” in the months and years to come, listing a slew of “dormant” series that could either benefit from a “remaster”, “remake” or “restart”.
Pretty much everything a long-suffering Sega fan would ask for is on this list: Jet set, Crazy taxi, Panzer dragoons, Shinobi, Virtua Fighter, even Altered beast and nights made the cut (Alex Kidd is Presumably it is missing because there is a new game this year).
Of course, this is all just speculation, but also the word that Sega is Think this stuff will be fun for fans who haven’t seen a real one Crazy taxi or Jet set Game since 2002 or a new one Altered beast since 2005.
Then again, Jet set Fans are at least supplied externally when Bomb Rush cyber radio (which even functions Jet sets Composer Hideki Naganuma) coming out next year.