J-Stars Victory VS lets up to four players battle it out against one another using a gameplay and graphical style similar to those of Dragon Ball: Zenkai Battle Royale. Fighters can move and fight in all directions on a 3D battle field. Players should learn the lay of the land and formulate a battle plan with a character suited to it.
A defeated character comes back after a set amount of time passes. To win the battle, all three sections of the WIN gauge at the top of the screen have to be filled; the gauge fills one section each time an opponent is defeated. Fighters can use regular attacks, power attacks, area-based attacks, and finishing moves. Regular attacks are the main part of the battle, and all combos begin with them. Power attacks leave the user open, but they have a big impact if they connect and their power can be increased by charging them up. Area-based attacks allow to hit opponents over a wide area. By using different techniques, the player can lead his team to victory; learning each character’s different power, range, and effects is the first step towards being unbeatable.
Playable game modes include “J-Adventure”, a single-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 single-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. An additional single-player Arcade Mode is being added for J-Stars Victory VS+.
The game’s story mode, “J-Adventure,” takes place in Jump World, an amalgamation of the different characters’ universes. As the story begins, each of the characters is preparing for the J Battle Festival, a tournament held every 45 years in which heroes compete to determine who is the strongest. The narrative is split between four different chapters, each focusing on a different character exploring Jump World, building a team to compete, and working to achieve their own personal goals. The Motion Chapter focuses on Luffy, Ace, and Seiya; the Hope Chapter on Naruto, Yusuke, and Gon; the Research Chapter on Toriko, Zebra, and Goku; and the Pursuit Chapter on Ichigo, Oga, and Hiei.
It will be available for the ps3, ps4 and the vita.
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