What do Power, Technique, and Graffiti stats do?
In Jet Set Radio for Vita I've got 3 characters with slightly different stats. I don't really know what they mean. I assumed Technique meant the character is easier to control and Graffiti meant either large graffiti is easier to cover up or they could carry more spray paint cans. From a small amount of personal testing I can't really tell the difference between the three starting characters. I also have zero idea what "Power" would mean unless it's health.
What do the character stats mean?
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With the exception of the Mii, each of the characters fall into one of the following types: All-Around Technique Speed Tricky Power Defense I'm sure each of these are meant to convey useful information about the stats of each character, however I have no idea what each of them means, and the manual doesn't appear to contain any information on this. What do the various character types mean?
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