This is speculative right now. Apparently a trademark was filed last week for Jet Set Radio, separate from the original one done in 2000. This has sparked rumors that Sega is bringing the franchise onto the Wii.
Born on the Dreamcast, Jet Set Radio puts the player into a pair of rollerblades. You skate the streets spraying graffiti, performing tricks, taking on rival gangs and generally "stickin' it" to "The Man". The main character is Beat (he made a recent appearance in Sega Superstars Tennis), but you can unlock other skaters too.
I can't say I played the original, but the sequel JSRF was definitely cool. Jet Set Radiooooooo! Ahh classic.
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