Jet Set Radio is one of the best games ever released on the now defunct Sega Dreamcast: the game’s combination of cell shaded graphics, fun gameplay and wacky art style created a really great experience. The game was ported to a couple of other consoles before receiving a release on PSN a few months ago: the game is fully compatible with Ps3 and PsVita but lacked some basic features like a cross play function and a few other small things.
Today we have received a report stating that the game has been updated for both the Ps3 and the PsVita version: there aren’t any official patch notes but a NeoGaf user has been able to find out the list of changes made to the game. Here’s what has been changed in jet Set Radio:
- Improved performance (Both versions)
- Fixed game freezes after long play sessions (Vita)
- Drawing distance has been doubled (Vita)
- Shorter loading times (Both versions)
- Fixed several little visual and performance issues (Both versions)
- Now it’s possible to repeat a level just after clearing it (Both versions)
- Improved image import, solving errors and adding more compatible image formats.
- Saves can now be shared between PS3 and Vita.
Small tweaks indeed, but they’re sure to improve the already good gameplay experience.
Jet Set Radio is currently available on PSN for purchase.