Get Yourself a Limited Beat Figurine from Jet Grind Radio Because It's Cool

Sweet Soul Brother.

Unashamedly, I will tell you that Jet Grind Radio and Jet Set Radio Future are two of my favorite games. Sure, many games have come and gone in the near twenty year since the first entry into the series, but few manage to bring me back into such depths of nostalgia as this series.

While an HD remaster of Jet Set Radio Future is one of Sega's most requested games to this day, there is sadly still no sign of any movement on the Jet Grind Radio / Jet Set Radio franchise front.

So what better way to show your love and appreciation for one of Sega's most daring and exciting properties than this limited edition figurine depicting Beat, the game's frontman, in all his polygonal form.

To honour the series' tenure as a gaming icon, Union Creative has produced this figurine of Beat, which is actually the second in the company's line of 'Game Classics' figurines, a series designed to pay tribute to iconic gaming characters in limited edition figurine form.

The Beat figurine is up for pre-order until October 10th and due to ship at the end of the year. It'll cost you £45.33 / $59.99 right now from Play-Asia.

Jet Set Radio Beat Limited Figurine (Game Classics Vol. 2) for £45.33 / $59.99 from Play-Asia

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