Since some of the characters do not fight in their series, their actions and motions had to be approved by each licensee after many negotiations. It is a sequel to Jump Super Stars and includes Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection support, unlike the first in the series. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. Dream Hyper Battle! [14], Richard Eisenbeis of Kotaku praised the game's roster for taking from many different series and how each character has a unique fighting style. Released in summer 2015, VS+ retains the original Japanese voice-over track and adds an additional single-player Arcade Mode not present in the original release. It is a sequel to Jump Super Stars and includes Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection support, unlike the first in the series. To progress, each team defeats tournament examiners to acquire upgrades for their ships so they can reach the arena; they also acquire additional allies in the wake of a mysterious enemy that can possess them. [1] It was made to commemorate the 45th anniversary of Jump, and has been presented as the "ultimate Jump game. The game is meant to commemorate the 45th anniversary of Shōnen Jump and was released for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita on March 19, 2014. Cookies help us deliver our Services. The much improved sequel to Jump Superstars, Jump Ultimate Stars ups the ante with online play, a new koma system, even more characters and improved graphics. If you have someone you like a lot but wouldn't use for whatever reason, an honorable mention section is also okay to include. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Players should learn the lay of the land and formulate a battle plan with a character suited to it. J-Stars Victory VS (ジェイスターズ ビクトリーバーサス, Jei Sutāzu Bikutorī Bāsasu) is a tag team Fighting game W featuring characters from the various franchises of Weekly Shōnen Jump Magazine. Playable game modes include "J-Adventure", a multi-player story mode divided between four campaigns in which players explore a world map, battle various opponents, and collect in-game cards to power up their characters; "Victory Road", a multi-player battle mode in which players must complete certain predetermined objectives during battles; and a free-battle mode which supports up to two players in local offline play and up to four players via online multiplayer. Other characters from each series make non-playable cameo appearances in the game's story mode. By Nix. Credits • Gallery • Cheats • Videos • Soundtrack. (Aka Who is Ou Tenkun?). They all fight diversely enough to be fun. [7], In December 2014, Bandai Namco announced that the game would be released in North America and Europe under the name J-Stars Victory VS+. © 2020 GAMESPOT, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. [5], A limited edition "Anison" version of the game includes the theme songs from the player characters' television series, such as "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" and "We Are! I'll bite though and I'll think of a Roster of 16 in a 2D fighter a la Smash for an entertaining game at least. ", as music that can be played in-game during battles. An additional single-player Arcade Mode is exclusive to J-Stars Victory VS+. Privacy PolicyCookie SettingsDo Not Sell My InformationReport Ad. "[16], The cover of the Japanese PlayStation 3 version, featuring characters from each of the represented series, Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo, "Project Versus J, the 'Ultimate' Shonen Jump Game, to Launch", "Vote for the Cast of Shonen Jump's Next Fighting Game", "Naruto/Dragon Ball/Toriko Rivals, Transformations in J-Stars Victory VS. Game", "Naruto/DBZ/One Piece/Kenshin Rivals Join J-Stars Victory VS. Game", "Fighting Game J-Stars Victory VS+ is a Fun Eye-Candy Filled Fan Service", "J-Stars Victory VS. Game's Limited Edition to Have Original Anime Music", "Jojo's, Nube characters join J-Stars Victory VS. Game", "Shonen Jump's J-Stars Victory VS+ Western Release Has Japanese Voice Track", "J-Stars Victory VS+ Game's New Trailer Reveals June Release Date", "J-Stars Victory Vs+ for PlayStation 4 Reviews", "J-Stars Victory Vs+ for PlayStation Vita Reviews", "A Victory For J-Stars Victory VS. Jump Ultimate Stars Jump Force has a huge character list from across weekly manga anthology Shonen Jump's history, with a roster featuring icons from Yu-Gi-Oh!, Bleach, One Piece, Dragon Ball Z and more. Fighters can move and fight in all directions on one of twelve 3D battle fields, each based on a location from a different Jump series. A defeated character comes back after a set amount of time passes. With the Dark Phantoms defeated, all the heroes are offered a wish. [13] Japanese sales tracker Media Create reported that the PS3 version of the game sold through 86.55% of its shipment, while the Vita version sold through 89.25% of its shipment. [9], The game was given a review score of 32/40 by Famitsu. Nintendo Box art. It is the sequel to Jump Super Stars.The game was released in … It was released in Japan by Bandai Namco Entertainment on March 19, 2014 for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in celebration of Weekly Shōnen Jump's 45th anniversary. 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