Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, a spiritual successor to Sega’s stylish rollerblading game, Jet Set Radio, is finally out on PC and Nintendo Switch today. Featuring a similar cel-shaded aesthetic, graffiti-focused gameplay in which you make your mark on pristine walls, and even several musical tracks produced by Jet Set Radio soundtrack composer Hideki Nagamura, Team Reptile’s game is now available with a launch day discount on Fanatical. You can pick up a Steam PC code for $36 (usually $40) on Fanatical, a nice 10% discount for a brand-new game.
In case you missed it when it was first announced, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk takes place in a city where crews of graffiti artists rule the streets, and to rise to the top, you’ll need to dance, paint, trick, and face off against the cops inside of a sprawling metropolis. Its been a while since a game influenced by Jet Set Radio has been seen, as the last time Sega revived the game was in 2012 with an HD remaster on Xbox 360 and PS3.
To help you out, you’ve got a jetpack strapped to your back that can help you reach tricky areas, and once you are near a graffiti spot, you can activate graffiti mode and start tagging the environment while you’re suspended in mid-air.
Hit all the marks in sequence, leave your art all over town, and you’ll eventually earn enough reputation to challenge a local crew for their territory.
Bomb Rush Cyberfunk will also be coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One on September 1.