Figured there should be a topic for this, because it's kind of a big deal for Sega, all things considered. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...y-taxi-jet-set-radio-to-chase-fortnite-riches So, free-to-play mass online revivals of Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio in the works. There's been a lot of mixed responses amongst people so far, and pretty justifiably so. 'Free-to-play', 'games as a service' and 'Fortnite' raise a bunch of eyebrows and jerk a lot of knees. ESPECIALLY with the worry of them including the ever-horrid idea of NFTs into the games (something not confirmed or denied in this report, but IMO will hopefully fall out of worry as that fad continues to rapidly decline). But I do find it really interesting to see Sega put a lot of money and time into reviving what we know as beloved but fairly niche franchises. And honestly? A lot of JSR's ideas and mechanics would transition super smoothly into this format; particularly the ideas of turf wars, trick competitions, races, world exploring, custom graffiti designs, and events hosted by Professor K. And Crazy Taxi being a battle-royale of hundreds of taxis slamming into each other in competition for passengers and good travel times sounds like it could be an incredible thought. They do mention it being 2-3 years away at least and could be cancelled, but I do wanna see what comes of this. Big stakes in these series! JSR growing through word-of-mouth from two poorly selling cult classics to something Sega thinks they can push like this is a crazy underdog story, haha. What do you guys think?