Jet Set Radio Future follows a similar plot to the original Jet Set Radio, being more of a re-telling of the original game than a fully fledged sequel. It does, however, add more content, including more gangs and larger areas. Gameplay has also been tweaked - most notably there is a multiplayer option now.
Jet Set Radio Future was at one point set to be called Jet Grind Radio Future in the US, similar to the Dreamcast's Jet Set Radio becoming Jet Grind Radio in that region.
Jet Set Radio Future was not a commercial success in Japan (likely due to the lukewarm reception of the Xbox console itself), reportedly selling less than 10,000 units within its first two months in that territory.
Speical Graifiti Artists: Eric Haze, Brian "Monkey" Richard(USA), Darwin Yamamoto(USA), Jason E. Caballer(USA), Joei Heires(USA), Joeph G. Vidai(USA), Marshall Mok(USA), Thomas E. Smith Jr.(USA), Hiromisu Akiba(Japan), Dice-K(Japan), Naoko Noguchi(Japan), Hiroki Yakura(Japan), Takeshi Tsunoda(Japan), Mat Braoy(Austraila), Carlos Parod(France), Juiien Lasserre(France), Liveneau Datrick(France), (Germany)
Los Angels Unit Creators: Michael Harrison, B.B. Rights
Tokyo Unit Creators:Toronto, Deavid Soul (Courtesy of TRANSONIC Records), Guitar Vader (Courtesy of Berry Records - Published by Soyzer Music 2001)
Voice Actor (In America): Billy Brown (DJ Professor K), Charles Martinet, Casey Robertson, Errin Clark, Gianna Guisti, Gary Martinez, Jessica Crispi, James Gutierrez, Jeremy Jones, Jeff Kramer, Jordan Rosa, Justin Worsham, Kevin Blackton, Kevin Miller, Kevin O'Shea, Len Manijeh, Michael Gillespie, Machiko Harashima, Marcie Henderson, Mike Inouye, Roberta Kennedy, Richard Park, Rebecca Wink, Steven Duell, Sean O'Kane, Scott Sublett, Theresa Lubeley, Terence McGovern