Sega Dreamcast Classic Jet Set Radio Is Now Available On Your iPhone & iPad

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You no longer need a Dreamcast to play Jet Set Radio.
You no longer need a Dreamcast to play Jet Set Radio.

Beware: Carmageddon Save Bug Could Wipe All Your Progress

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Install Carmageddon's latest update to ensure your progress isn't lost the next time you play.
Follow the walkaround below to ensure your Carmageddon progress isn't lost.

Earlier this week, Stainless Games brought the 1997 reckless driving sensation that is Carmageddon to iOS, and I haven’t been able to put it down since — it’s as good today as it was 15 years ago on the Dreamcast. However, it does have one issue holding it back: a save game bug that could wipe all your progress.

This Week’s Must-Have iOS Games: Crazy Taxi, Ivy The Kiwi?, E.T. & More [Roundup]

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Sega Announces Crazy Taxi Is Coming To iOS This Month

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Remember how awesome this was?
Remember how awesome this was?

Sega Announces Plans To Bring Dreamcast Classic Jet Set Radio To Android And iOS

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If you were (or still are) the proud owner of a Sega Dreamcast, then you may remember the classic title Jet Set Radio (Jet Grind Radio in North America). Jet Set Radio was hailed as a revolutionary game due to it being one of the first to make prolific use of a rendering technique called cel-shading (allowing for a “cartoon-like” appearance of 3D rendered objects). While these rendering techniques aren’t so revolutionizing today, Jet Set Radio remains a rollerblading, music loving classic, featuring wholesale amounts of spray paint.