Sega All-Stars, initially known as Sega Superstars at first, is a series of crossover games that are developed by multiple studios and published by Sega. Its first game was Sega Superstars. The Jet Set Radio series has had content featured in said games starting from Sega Superstars Tennis.


Sega Superstars[]

The first game in the series was Sega Superstars, however no content from the Jet Set Radio series was present in this release.

Sega Superstars Tennis[]

The second game in the series, Sega Superstars Tennis, was the first game from the series to feature content from Jet Set Radio and Jet Set Radio Future, leaning more towards the former as characters such as Beat and Gum, who made their playable debuts, appear in their Jet Set Radio attires. Other characters such as Tab, Combo, Piranha, DJ Professor K and the police also appear in their Jet Set Radio attires as well, Captain Onishima is also name-dropped via Beat. The Jet Set Radio court is also based on Shibuya-cho's bus terminal area. Jet Set Radio Future is represented by some graffiti pieces on the court and two songs, "Jet Set Station #2" and "Fly Like a Butterfly". Other songs include "Let Mom Sleep" and "Everybody Jump Around".

Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing[]

The third game, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, leans more on representing Jet Set Radio Future over Jet Set Radio as Beat appears in his JSRF attire and other characters such as Cube, Garam, Rapid 99, and Hayashi all make appearances on the Rokkaku Hill racetrack. Other courses include Shibuya Downtown, an area based on Shibuya Terminal, and Highway Zero, a course that is based on 99th Street, but incorrectly named after Highway Zero. Songs in the game are also from Jet Set Radio Future as well, with "Fly Like a Butterfly" returning, and bringing along "The Concept of Love", "Funky Dealer", "Let Mom Sleep (No Sleep Remix)", and "Sneakman (Toronto Mix)". Despite the bias towards JSRF, Jet Set Radio would be represented in Beat's character profile as it incorrectly refers to the events of the game by mentioning him joining Gum and Tab to form the GG's and having to deal with Captain Onishima.

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed[]

The fourth, and currently latest game, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, features content from both JSR games as the stage Graffiti City was confirmed to take place in Shibuya-cho, taking place in Jet Set Radio's universe, while Shibuya Downtown made a return, representing JSRF. Beat and Gum once again appear as playable characters, showing up in their JSR appearances, like in Sega Superstars Tennis. Other characters include DJ Professor K, as a sticker and cameo on the Graffiti City circuit, Tab, Piranha, Garam, Slate, Mew, and Yo-Yo all appear in their JSR designs as stickers, along with the Graffiti Soul of the first game. Jet Set Radio Future is not only represented via Shibuya Downtown and the remix of "Let Mom Sleep", as Cube, Yoyo, and Rhyth all appear on the Graffiti City circuit as well.


  • Despite being another Sega crossover game, Sega Heroes has no connection to the Sega All-Stars series of games.
  • The name, "Sega All-Stars", was most likely reused from Sega's budget line of games on the Dreamcast that was also known as "Sega All Stars".
  • The series went under the name Sega Superstars at first, but would later be changed to Sega All-Stars and as such, the first two games in the series have been recognized under the Sega-All-Stars name.[1]

External links[]


  1. SEGA Forever - Super Monkey Ball: Sakura Edition (May 17, 2018). YouTube. Sega Forever. Retrieved on March 31, 2024.


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