In an attempt to stop the freedom of expression, the corrupt
government of Tokyo-To
have banned kids from doing everything that they love to do
- including skating. This has resulted in child gangs
taking to the streets to win back their freedom.
Can you help to reclaim the city for future generations?...
appearance on the Gameboy Advance is pretty impressive. The
graphics of the skaters look almost lifelike - in a blurry
sort of way. And the gameplay is extremely engaging.
start the game as a young kid determined to start a gang to
rival the others in Tokyo-To. Bizarrely named the GG's, you
must put your mark on the buses, and walls of the city so
that other gangs know you are out there. But beware the police
will soon be on your tail as you weave in and out of the city
landscapes spraying everything in sight.
not totally convinced this is the sort of game that is suitable
for anyone under the age of 16. For some bizarre reason the
game has been given a 3+ age rating. It's not just the rebellious
content that is questionable, but also the difficulty involved
in mastering the controls.
the tutorial level is compulsory when you start a new game.
You won't be able to just pick this up and start playing.
Instead, your friends take you through the basic moves (speed
skating, jumping, spraying paint and, most importantly, stopping).
And once you've mastered that you can start spraying your
way around the levels.
of the impressive little touches is the ability to customise
your own graffiti tag. You can write your own name or draw
your own picture in the easy to navigate graffiti editor.
original and addictive, this game should keep you amused for
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