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Jet Set Radio spotted on XBLA - Updated

27 Apr 10

After images of an Xbox Live Arcade version of Crazy Taxi appeared online last week, word has come of another classic Sega leak (and another).

Someone in France has spotted an Xbox Live Arcade version of Jet Set Radio. Either that or they spent all day in Photoshop mocking up a screen that appears to show Jet Set Radio on the XBLA dashboard.

Considering word of other upcoming Sega titles coming to Xbox Live recently hit the internet, we wouldn’t be at all surprised to see this one being right on the money. Other titles tipped to be coming to Xbox Live are Metal Slug XX, NeoGeo Battle Coliseum, Raystorm, Sonic Adventure and King Of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match.

What other Sega classics do you want to see on Xbox Live or PSN?

Update: Some people are even beginning to mention talk of Shenmue coming to Xbox Live. Stranger things have happened...

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