- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
- 1st Sep 2023, $39.99
- 1st Sep 2023, £34.99
- Also Available On
- Controller Support
- Official Site
Team Reptile does what SEGA-don't
It's been over 20 years since fans have heard from the world of Jet Set Radio. Sure, the franchise has made small appearances, like in Sonic & Sega All-Star Racing and Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania, but SEGA seems to have mostly put the franchise on ice. Enter Dutch indie studio Team Reptile, which brings us...
Sorry, no Bomb Rush Cyberfunk screenshots yet.
Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, the colourful and cool spiritual successor to Jet Set Radio, was released digitally on PS5 and PS4 at the start of the month. The title is getting a couple of gorgeous physical editions that may interest collectors, with developer Team Reptile, distribution partner Skybound Games, and iam8bit together announcing the...
Ready, Jet Set...
Those pining for SEGA's long dormant series, Jet Set Radio, should definitely have Bomb Rush Cyberfunk on their radar. Developed by indie dev Team Reptile, this new game looks to be about as close to a new Jet Set as you can go without troubling SEGA's legal team. It's now available on Steam and Nintendo Switch, but a release on...
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and in the case of Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, it’s got SEGA’s legendary graffiti sim Jet Set Radio on lock. It’s actually incredible how closely this latest trailer reflects the look of the Dreamcast original: the fonts, the heads-up display, the animations, the shading – it’s an immaculate...
More games of this type on the way
Team Reptile has today officially announced PS5, PS4 versions of Bomb Rush Cyberfunk are in development, and they'll release shortly after the Nintendo Switch and PC launch on 18th August 2023. When speaking to Gematsu, the studio said other versions would be out "roughly one or two weeks" later, so a PlayStation...
Become All City
The neon streets of Bomb Rush Cyberfunk will likely look inviting to fans of cel-shaded counter-culture classic Jet Set Radio. The spiritual successor will grind its way onto Switch and PC on 18th August, with a PlayStation release date potentially coming a week later, but that last part remains slightly unclear. Back in 2021,...
Still looks funking awesome
Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is the spiritual successor to the cult-classic Jet Set Radio. While it was slated to release in 2022, developer Team Reptile has announced another delay (originally meant to launch in 2021). The funky title is now targeting a Summer 2023 release window. In Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, the art of graffiti...
BMX, skateboard, or rollerskates?
Bomb Rush Cyberfunk looks like the brand new Jet Set Radio adventure that SEGA's seemingly not interested in giving us. Developed by Team Reptile, this colourful arcade game is clearly filling the void left by the publisher's beloved series. Just take a look at this latest gameplay clip, and you'll see it's hitting...
Looks superb in new trailer
Phwoar, look at this! Leave a beloved franchise alone long enough, and some indie team or another will come along and make it happen anyway. SEGA's Jet Set Radio series has been dormant for years, but Bomb Rush Cyberfunk looks to fill the hole in our hearts. Previously announced last year, the game comes from Team...
Start your own cypher and dance, paint graffiti, collect beats, combo your tricks and face off with the cops to stake your claim to the sprawling metropolis of New Amsterdam.
Red is a graffiti writer who lost his head and instead has an cyberhead. In search of his roots he joins the Bomb Rush Crew, Tryce and Bel, who are aiming to go All City. Together they slowly discover who it was that cut off his head and how deep Red's human side is linked to the graffiti world.