Sega teases Jet Set Radio on PSN and XBLA

Dreamcast classic to see digital re-release.

Beloved Dreamcast relic Jet Set Radio is heading to PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade, judging by a teaser trailer just released by Sega.

The clip, titled Guess Who's Back, was posted on the Sega blog earlier today and briefly shows the game's logo. Take a look below.

There's no mention of a release date or whether any new content will be included.

The distinctive cel-shaded adventures of Tokyo graffiti rudie Beat debuted on Dreamcast back in 2000, followed by a sequel, Jet Set Radio Future, on Xbox in 2002.

Aside from a few cameo appearances in various Sega sports titles, fans of the series have had precious little to chew on since.

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