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Developer: Spike Chunsoft
Content Rating: Teen
The most famous Manga heroes are thrown into a whole new battleground: our world. Uniting to fight the most dangerous threat, the Jump Force will bear the fate of the entire humankind. Create your own avatar and jump into an original Story Mode to fight alongside the most powerful Manga heroes from DRAGON BALL Z, ONE PIECE, NARUTO, BLEACH, HUNTER X HUNTER, YU-GI-OH!, YU YU HAKUSHO, SAINT SEIYA and many others. Or head to the Online Lobby to challenge other players and discover lots of modes and activities.
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Gamer Reviews3052 Reviews
the best fighting game ever. it has all the memorable characters you love like human sans, goku, guy who likes like goku, and the best dlc big kirby. and with an amazing story mode how could it be better
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Critic Reviews50 Reviews
Overall I felt like Jump Force was in some ways its own fighting game with an A-list cast of enjoyable characters and in other ways, it felt like a watered-down version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse. If players are interested in the core fighting game, there’s some depth, but it only goes so deep. This is definitely a game made to be played by a varied age group and it shows.
There’s definitely sparkles of brilliance throughout Jump Force. The fighting arenas – ranging from New York, Mexico, Japan, Paris, and New Zealand – are vibrant and packed full of detail, while the characters are suitably stylish, retaining their iconic designs. Punch-ups are typically full of visual spectacle, too; it’s just a shame that there’s no real incentive to dig deeper into the game’s mechanics, as there’s a competent scrapper buried in there somewhere. As a 50th anniversary celebration of Shonen Jump and a fighting game however, Jump Force whiffs its knockout blow.
An ambitious brawler that suffers from something of an identity crisis, Jump Force will nevertheless delight anime fans – especially those of a vintage who knows the more obscure characters included here. A bit more finesse on the controls, making them less complex and more responsive, would have elevated the whole experience greatly, as would a more coherent and polished story mode, but it's a solid enough experience with more than enough spectacle and strategy to satisfy.