Suspiciously Similar Substitute : The obvious example is Onishima/Hayashi.
Sampling : Very prevalent in both games' soundtracks.
Mad Bomber : Assassin #4 has bombs strapped to his chest, though curiously he never uses them (his sidekicks, however, are a different story ).
Conveniently Empty Streets : The moment the missing mouse cursor windows 8.1 military shows up, pedestrians magically vanish from the scene.The user plays a character in the GG's, a gang of in-line skating graffiti artists who skate around Tokyo covering up rival gangs' graffiti, knocking over Rokkaku police, and dancing to the electric soundtrack."I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight : Against Poison Jam (who would have thought?).He's strong and menacing and seems the perfect fit as the evil, controlling, bad mofo.The cops are led by an insane inspector named Hayashi.Changing of the Guard : In JSR, Yo-Yo is a character unlocked near the end of the first chapter."jsrf - Jet Set Radio Future Review".
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Instead, he specializes in lobbing molotovs and rigging cars to explode.Disproportionate Retribution : Thinking of tagging up the streets of Tokyo-to?Beat that, and they'll send policemen armed with guns to shoot you dead.SeHa Girls in late e original Jet Set Radio was re-released in full HD on Xbox Live Arcade, Playstation Network, and PC in September 2012, getting the series a newfound popularity.Psycho Electro : Assassin #6 can only attack by electrifying rails.Both games require you to reset the camera to move it, which works sometimes and screws you over other times.Control, jSRF has a simple control scheme.