What can I say about Jet Set Radio? For starters, it's colorful, has a great soundtrack, and is one of the many great Sega Dreamcast titles that never became mainstream series. The game is centered around a group of rollerblading kids looking to take over Tokyo-to by spraying graffiti all over the city. There's also a plot to take over the world by using music, and all sorts of other over-the-top 2000s story weirdness.
Running away from cops, tagging your territory, and pulling off obscure rollerblade tricks are just some of the things you can expect to do in this oddball adventure by SEGA.
Jet Set Radio comes along the same wave of thought that SEGA titles such as Crazy Taxi and Space Channel 5 came from, so it's not exactly a game for everybody. Regardless, it's a great title for anyone looking for something unique to play on a low-end system. You can find the game on the Steam Store for $7.99.