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Sega Reveals Winners of Jet Set Radio Graffiti Contest

Posted on May 11, 2012 AT 03:56pm

For the upcoming HD re-release of the cult classic Dreamcast game Jet Set Radio, Sega held a contest for fans to submit their own graffiti tags to be used in-game.

For the original Dreamcast version of Jet Set Radio, players could actually connect to the internet and download image files to be used as custom graffiti tags. For the HD re-release, that option unfortunately won’t be present.

While the new version of Jet Set Radio will provide an editor for making custom tags, Sega also wanted to do a little extra something to both thank fans of the game as well as add to the variety of graffiti tags offered. Thus, this contest was born.

The video below shows off the winning entries that will become a part of the finished game. You can then click on the source link below the video to see the all 1,200 submissions Sega received.


Source: Jet Set Radio - Graffiti Contest Entries

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