Jet Set Radio HD to Include (Nearly) Full International Soundtrack

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Fans of Sega’s Jet Set Radio may have been concerned over reports that there were difficulties licencing parts of the original soundtrack for the HD re-release due to presently non-existent record labels. Fortunately, such fears appear to have been unfounded.

Sega has announced the final tracklist for Jet Set Radio HD, noting that it contains “99.9% of the original Worldwide Soundtrack.” Sega’s blog puts particular emphasis on “Worldwide.” In the original release, there were tracks that were exclusive for each of the Japanese, North American, and PAL versions, however, with Sega’s announcement, it now seems that all of these tracks will be present in all versions of the HD remaster.

Jet Set Radio is slated for a summer release on Xbox Live Arcade, the Playstation Network, and Microsoft Windows.





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