SEGA All Stars, Beat from Jet Set Radio Statue

by Jay Cochran
November 19, 2014
First Four Figures recently shipped their Sonic Generations Diorama, one of the largest SEGA pieces they’ve ever produced. Today, they’re returning to the hugely popular SEGA All-Star range with yet another fantastic classic SEGA character. First 4 Figures is proud to introduce Jet Set Radio’s Beat.

Jet Set Radio brought gamers into the vibrant world of in-line skater and graffiti artist Beat and his crew of rudies in 2000. Our portrayal of Beat stands 14 inches tall (1/6 scale), and in that unique and loose cel-shaded style that gave the original games so much identity. Beat is grinding along one of Tokyo-To’s many beams on his in-line skates, causing the sparks to fly. To truly bring the piece to life, these sparks also flash and flicker, through use of LEDs installed in the base. We have added other features to the base such as a faux-grass to add to the scene.

They anticipate that this limited run of 1250 Beat statues will be ready for release in Q2 2015.
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