UPDATE 10/05/2016 8.56pm: Another Xbox One backwards compatibility update has added Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut, Faery: Legends of Avalon, Final Fight: Double Impact, Frogger 2, and Puzzlegeddon.
The cel-shaded roller-blading graffiti-painting Dreamcast classic Jet Set Radio is coming to Vita on 20th November, with iOS and Android versions to follow on 29th November, Sega has announced.
The re-release of Dreamcast classic Jet Set Radio has been delayed on PlayStation Vita.
Update: Sega confirmed that the game will cost £5.99 on Steam and £6.49 on PSN. The PS3 version will be out on 12th September for PlayStation Plus subscribers and the 19th for everyone else.
The Vita version however, won't be out until 19th October in Europe.
Original story: Graffiti-centric skate-'em-up Jet Set Radio now has firm release dates over its various platforms, publisher Sega has announced.
The Jet Set Radio HD remake will also be coming to iOS and Android phones and tablets this summer, Sega has confirmed.
Cel-shaded Dreamcast classic Jet Set Radio will be released on PlayStation Vita this summer, publisher Sega has revealed.
The new handheld edition will accompany fellow HD re-makes of the game, due for download on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Jet Set Radio's Vita version uses the touch-screen to implement the game's iconic graffiti. The system's camera will also be integrated.
New Jet Set Radio HD details have been revealed.
The Xbox 360 version (and, presumably the PlayStation 3 and PC versions) fills the screen, unlike the windowed Sonic Adventure Dreamcast port, Siliconera reports.
You can use the right analogue stick to manually control the camera, but the game does not have online tag sharing, despite the fact the Dreamcast original let players download new tags through SegaNet.
Jet Set Radio launches on Windows PC digital download, PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade, Sega has announced.