Shonen Jump crossover battler J-Stars Victory Vs., formerly known Project Versus J is gearing up for a PlayStation 3 and PS Vita release in time for the manga magazine's 45th anniversary. Get a look at the first promo after the jump.
Shonen Jump crossover battler Project Versus J is coming to PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in Japan, but it won't be doing so under that title. According to the latest issue of Jump, the official name is now J-Stars Victory Vs. Read on for more!
Project Versus J are still sketchy, beyond the general premise that the Namco Bandai crossover fighter is set to celebrate Shonen Jump's 45th anniversary, and that the game featuring at least Dragon Ball, One Piece and Toriko is planned for the PlayStation 3 and Vita. However, we'll be learning more soon because a teaser page with a 10 day counter has gone online. More after the jump.
If you squinted at the scan in the last post about Project Versus J, you probably noticed some screens of the game in action. Now we have some bigger screens that offer a clearer look at Goku, Luffy, and Toriko throwing down in the game. Check 'em out after the jump!
Last week saw the reveal of Project Versus J—an upcoming game featuring Luffy, Goku, and Toriko—but little was known about what to expect, platform included. While it was speculated that Project Versus J might end up on Nintendo 3DS, the latest scan shows that the action is headed to PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. More after the jump!
Luffy, Goku and Toriko have lent their faces to a Shonen Jump spread teasing the upcoming game Project Versus J. Beyond the implicit inclusion of characters from One Piece, Dragon Ball and Toriko, there are few official details, but speculation has it that the Namco Bandai game will be heading to the Nintendo 3DS. More after the jump.