The most famous manga/ anime’s stars are ready to fight in Europe on PlayStation®4!
For the 45th anniversary of the “Shonen JUMP” magazine and the 20th anniversary of the “V JUMP” magazine, a never before seen fighting game has been developed. The game invites fans and gamers to play with their favourite manga/ anime’s characters and progress in the JUMP World through different environments recalling ONE PIECE, NARUTO, DRAGON BALL Z and others’ memorable moments. For every Manga and Anime fans, J-Stars Victory Vs + is without any doubt a must-have for long hours of nervous and amazing battles in a unique atmosphere.
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A superficially enjoyable, but must play-game for fans of multiple Shonen Jump titles. Having said that, the game is a limited brawler, made most fun by interaction between characters from multiple Jump franchises, and as a game in its own right, is largely repetitive and would struggle to carry itself under its own merits. As a owner of the Playstation 4 Version, it's somewhat obvious that the game was designed originally with handheld platforms in mind, such as the Vita, and therefore I'd recommend that potential buyers go with that version.
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