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* DifficultySpike: While pretty much all the missions are stupidly difficult, everything after 3 is damn near impossible.


The main portion of the game consists of online races against other players, either using items in a manner vaguely akin to MarioKart or with no items to focus purely on your raw speed and skill. There is also a [[FakeDifficulty brutally hard]] mission mode, which contains most of the in-game plot advancement.

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The main portion of the game consists of online races against other players, either using items in a manner vaguely akin to MarioKart ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' or with no items to focus purely on your raw speed and skill. There is also a [[FakeDifficulty brutally hard]] mission mode, which contains most of the in-game plot advancement.



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* GameBreaker: [[NotTheIntendedUse Snakingsnakingsnakingsnakingsnaking]].
** There are also a number SequenceBreaking glitches that allow players to skip sections of courses and pretty much crush players who don’t know about or use them.


The story starts with a mysterious figure known as [[CharacterTitle “Freejack”]] appearing in the city and causing an explosion in the popularity of [[LeParkour freerunning]], attracting many colorful characters from various backgrounds to the city for each their own reasons, but mostly [[MundaneMadeAwesome jumping off things as fast as possible]].

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The story starts with a mysterious figure known as [[CharacterTitle “Freejack”]] appearing in the city and causing an explosion in the popularity of [[LeParkour freerunning]], attracting many colorful characters from various backgrounds to the city for each their own reasons, but mostly [[MundaneMadeAwesome jumping off things as fast as possible]].
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* CelShading: Subverted. It uses cartoony colours and dark outlines, but has a realistic lighting system. Still looks and awful lot like ''JetSetRadio'', though.

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* CelShading: Subverted. It uses cartoony colours and dark outlines, but has a realistic lighting system. Still looks and awful lot like ''JetSetRadio'', ''VideoGame/JetSetRadio'', though.

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As of August 2013, the client for Freejack Online has stopped working altogether. Players can't even download it. There is a rumor that the creators got into a copyright infringement over their music by Jet Set Radio.


* GameBreaker: [[FakeSkill Snakingsnakingsnakingsnakingsnaking]].

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* GameBreaker: [[FakeSkill [[NotTheIntendedUse Snakingsnakingsnakingsnakingsnaking]].


The story starts with a mysterious figure known as [[CharacterTitle “Freejack”]] appearing in the city and causing an explosion in the popularity of [[LeParkour freerunning]], attracting many colorful characters from various backgrounds to the city for each their own reasons, but mostly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome jumping off things as fast as possible]].

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The story starts with a mysterious figure known as [[CharacterTitle “Freejack”]] appearing in the city and causing an explosion in the popularity of [[LeParkour freerunning]], attracting many colorful characters from various backgrounds to the city for each their own reasons, but mostly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome [[MundaneMadeAwesome jumping off things as fast as possible]].


* CelShading: Averted. It uses cartoony colours and dark outlines, but has a realistic lighting system. Still looks and awful lot like ‘’JetSetRadio’’, though.

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* CelShading: Averted.Subverted. It uses cartoony colours and dark outlines, but has a realistic lighting system. Still looks and awful lot like ‘’JetSetRadio’’, ''JetSetRadio'', though.



* YouALLLookFamiliar: There are only a handful of different NPC models, and they rarely shift to fit the current setting. In the stages set in space, all [=NPCs=] are wearing space helmets, even though [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace the player characters racing don’t]].

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* YouALLLookFamiliar: There are only a handful of different NPC models, and they rarely shift to fit the current setting. In the stages set in space, all [=NPCs=] are wearing space helmets, even though [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace the player characters racing don’t]].aren't]].


* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Justified, as Ability Cards are applied to clothing. The more clothes you have, the more you can raise your stats.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Justified, as Ability Cards ability cards are applied to clothing. The more clothes you have, the more you can raise your stats.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Justified, as Ability Cards are applied to clothing. The more clothes you have, the more you can raise your stats.

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