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    I just pray its not like J Stars or Burning Blood or anything like that.
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    I don’t mean to sound like a negative jerk, but even for an early game, it looks far too stiff and awkward. If this is the best we can do in this arena, let’s just stick to games like FighterZ. I want this but in ArcSystem style SO BAD. I fear this game will be yet another subpar SJ crossover. These games should be held against real standards, and I feel like people go easy on them for the sake of appreciating fan service.
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    Historically it's going to be shit, but I'm not letting that get me down, as at the very least we'll get the new set of ougis and such:

    So, I'll be breaking down the 50 years of jump into pieces to pick up some promising candidates, I'll start with 2014-2018, and work backwards, in sets of 5 years until I get to the old ones that cover less series, and get more obscure and are in licence hells:

    The game must have been in development since 2016 at the very least, as that is when Burning Blood was completed, considering that there is still this full year to draw inspiration from, I wouldn't discount last year's hits, or powerups, but this year it becomes way harder to justify.

    I'm also asuming manga on Weekly Shonen Jump only, even if One Punch man and Tokyo ghoul are shueisha's properties and super famous, and dragon ball super managed to crawl itself into relevance I'm not counting them.

    Finally I'm counting sports, comedy and romance series as well, just because they can't throw a punch doesn't mean that they can't be an asist.
    1994-2018
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    2014-2018:
    Spoiler:

    2014:
    Hinomaru Zumo (combat sports, might squeeze in)
    My Hero Academia (it's going to be in, just like the 45th aniversary game was to get toriko and korosensei in)

    2015:
    Black clover (eh, inevitable)
    Samon the summoner (unlikelly, it lasted 2 years)

    2016:
    Yuna of the hot springs (know nothing about it, seems fanservice, but has survived for 2 years)
    Kimetsu no Yaiba (didn't seem that big deal but again, survived for a while, so it gets a consideration)
    Boruto (double eh, it's just not that interesting as a moveset over Boruto's dad)
    The promissed neverland (they are in the middle of the first true battle, so there is the issue of developing Emma during finishing touches time)

    2017:
    4 series, in order of likellyhood
    Dr Stone (senku as an asist throwing potions and shit)
    Robot x Laserbeam (asist, a super acurate golf ball hit)
    Lycopene/We never learn (surviving, but nothing here stands out)

    2018: No obvious superhits in the new series, doesn't merit the effort of working on the final year for any of these, even if one survives.



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    2009-2013:
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    2009:
    Kuroko's basket, Beelzebub and Medaka Box were in JSVV+, but they seem to have fizzled out in that order of relevance

    2010:
    No Hits, longest running series was Enigma with 2 years.

    2011:
    Nisekoi: in JSVV+, support only

    2012:
    Haikyu, Saiki and Assassination Classroom were in JSVV+, with Shokugeki no Soma being the last hit series from that year, and AssClass being the cut point of series for that game.
    Very unlikely that Korosensei is cut
    Soma only works as an assist, where he either makes a delicious dish or the peanut butter experiment depending if you get to him or your opponent gets to him

    2013:
    World Trigger: I recently became a fan, I can see a moveset where Yuma being the frontline character, with Osamu and Chika as part of his moveset, for midrange and longrange attacks
    Isobe Isobee: A gag series with an interesting visual element, doesn't seem to fit with the theme or style of the game.
    Jaco: Eh, Toriyama is bound to get at the very least 4 characters (Goku, Vegeta, Frieza and Arale), who would pick Jaco over Gohan, Trunks, Gotenks, Picollo, Dr Mashirito, etc? Besides it's a one volume series.


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    2004-2008:
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    2004:
    Death Note Confirmed, with Light and Ryuk as an overpowered assist, plot only character or a very weird fighter.
    Gintama: in both JUS and JSVV+, and the third oldest series in WSJ and on the top 10 longest running series, they can't snub Gintoki
    Steel Ball Run: I'll talk all jojos together in 1987, see gintama on how they can't skip this
    Reborn! D Gray Man: both JUS and JSVV, Dgray Man moved to another series but that didn't stop them from putting Alen in JSVV
    Muji and Rouji (something something supernatural): Skiped JSVV, 4 years series, same kind of relevance as Medaka and Beelzebub. I'll just name those the 4 year tier from now on, series that were big in the moment but kind of mid tier and don't have that kind of staying power as big concentrated hits as AssClass or the juggernauts like One Piece.

    2005:
    Neuro: Technically a 4YearTier but as sister series of AssClass, and in both JUS and JSVV, Neuro should get in, with his moveset of JUS abusing Jako as a weapon
    Taizo Mote Saga: In JUS, 4YT, not seeing it comming back, but he was the cut point for JUS.

    2006:
    To Love-Ru: Can't ignore it if there are assists. In JSVV

    2007:
    Sket Dance: Assist Oriented, in JSVV, 5 years series with anime, wouldn't hold my breath for the sket dan to come back.

    2008:
    Nurarihyon no Mago: Weirdly skipped from JSVV, has anime and everything, didn't read it but seemed like the classical 4yt, I doubt that it will get in.
    Toriko: Shueisha had high hopes for this series, and I still expect some representation but just Toriko.
    Bakuman: Some weird assist or meta powers would be nice
    Inumarudashi: Is in the tier before 4yt, lasted long, but was the resident gag series that gets away with stuff like a preschool boy naked from the waist down. Unlikelly candidate, even if there are assists.



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    1999:
    Hikaru no Go: a go series, depending on supports. One of two series cut from Jump super stars to jump ultimate stars. I'd say proven 4yt.
    Prince of tennis: famous and ongoing, despite it's critics, should get in.
    Naruto: already in

    2000:
    Black Cat: a little above a 4yt but was skipped from JSVV+..
    Jaguar: Gag series, in JUS and JSVV, should get in

    2001:
    Bobobo (etc.): in both games, it's very likelly to get in
    Mr Fullswing: the other series cut from JSS to JUS, I don't see it comming back
    Bleach: when where you under the impression that this game won't have Ichigo?

    2002:
    Both Ichigo 100% and Eyeshield 21 were in JUS, can't talk about either, but seem nice.

    2003:
    Buso Renkin: I'll talk about Watsuki on Kenshin, but even if it was in JUS, and we ignore the "child pornography" case on Watsuki, it was a 10 volume series. I believe that it got big thanks to Watsuki's name and crashed down quickly, but it could have been a bondafire hit, and I just didn't know. I'd say "No".




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    1994-1998:
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    1994:
    Ruronin Kenshin: I dunno how Japan as a whole feels about the man, but a global audience won't be so chill about it. I'd say hard pass, even if I like the characters.
    Midori no Makibao: Horse racing manga, in JUS and 4yt. I don't see it making it.

    1995: (had a ton of series trying to fill the void of Dragon Ball and Slam Dunk, the biggest dip of prints of WSJ in it's history)
    Level E: Only considered because it's from Togashi, I doubt it. There was an Obata series and a Masaku Katsura series, both bellow the 2 years range.
    Sexy Commando Masaru: Weirdly relevant, as merchandise of it was made in the aniversaries, a school/gag series about a martial art that consist on "distracting" the opponent to make them unable or unwilling to fight. Unlikelly series, but where is merchandise..

    1996:
    Hoshin Engi: 4yt on JUS, with a bad anime airing right now. Low chance.
    Yu-Gi-Oh!: Licencing hell, should get in but Konami most likelly won't let it happen.

    1997:
    I''s: Romance series, showed up on JUS. Regular 4yt.
    Takeshi Leader something something: Shimabukuro's manga before Toriko, cut short because he was caught with underage prostitutes. Dunno what it was, but even with it's ugly main character and controversial cause of ending, it is well regarded by Shueisha. Could get in.
    One Piece: (...)

    1998:
    Rookies and Whistle!: Last baseball and soccer hits from WSJ, with Rookies being the most notable. I doubt they will get in, as if they go for either sport for baseball it's going to be one of the series from jump's first year, and football it's going to be captain tsubasa.
    HunterxHunter: There is no escape from hiatus.
    Shaman King: Might get dificult, it seems like Takei is going to other magazine and even editorial, so Shueisha might have lost the rights to this series. Kinda deserving, didn't show up in JSVV, but might have been for legal issues more than popularity.
    Rising Impact: What is this? A golf manga? Interesting by 2 things. Lasted 4 years and it's author went on to do Seven Deadly Sins and Kongoh Bancho. 0% chance of being in, but it's a weird tidbit of history.



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    Honestly? I don't think the quality of the game will matter. I'll play on the visuals and the novelty alone.

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    That is what I thought about JSVV. And I was wrong.
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    Unless it like... physically hurts to play, I'll be fine. And where's Boruto?

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    Spike never ceases to amaze me. I guess Burning Blood 2 for 2020, perfect opportunity to add Revive and Wano content.

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    Those were... Certainly words you said.

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    I listed boruto there, even with the special conditions of his series, but gameplay wise? A Naruto without his visually interesting powers? I wouldn't like him.

    Ok, I'll squeeze in a few years more:

    Taking in consideration these two games: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famico..._Hero_Retsuden and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famico...D_no_Shichinin
    Abrebiated as FJ and FJII for my convenience.

    The only character with full attendance to all crosover games is Goku, if we discount Battle Stadium DON (that was only DB, Naruto and One Piece) and Jump Superstars, the perfect attendance series are: Dragon Ball, Kochikame, Jojo's bizzarre adventure and Sakikage!! Otokojuku. Listing the series because I'd have to remove Jojos because they have switched Jhonatan and Jotaro in a few of these. The one discounted with JSS's inclusion is Sakikage.

    1989-1993:
    Spoiler:

    1989:
    Dragon Quest Dai's adventure: More popular than a videogame tie in should be. If it wasn't for Squareenix it would be a certain thing. Trapped in licencing hell.
    Video Girl Ai: Popular enough back then, if I was more familiar with it I'd say a regular 4yt. Unlikelly to get in before Nisekoi or Yuna or We never learn, if even.

    1990:
    Keiji: a 4yt drawn by Tetsuo Hara, artist of Fist of the North Star. If it comes this vs that, the answer is obvious.
    Slam Dunk: competes with the premium basket slot with Kuroko's basket. Weirdly absent of JSVV even if other sport assists made it in.
    Chinyuki: That super that made it to JSVV, you'll forget the name but never the face of nightmares. Made it to JSVV even if it skipped JUS. Anyone's guess.
    Yu Yu Hakusho: very unlikelly, to not get in.

    1991:
    Two series lasted more than 2 years, Outer Zone a twilight zone stile manga and Pennant Race, that seems like a gag-baseball manga. Not very likelly candidates, both were over in less than 3 years.

    1992:
    Hentai Kamen: Infamous, but it is actually acknowledged? Even if it was short, it has a movie.
    BOY: no comment.

    1993:
    Ninku: On JUS, is a dude who combines ninjutsu with Kung Fu. Not likelly as the original series was short lived and the followup was in Ultra Jump.
    Tottemo Luckyman: Another of the Gag heroes, in JUS as an assist and JSVV as a fighter, so it's likelly to return.
    DNA: Short lived, but had an OVA. Unlikelly but noted.
    Hell Teacher Nube: As Luckyman, went from assist to fighter, maybe it's luck will continue.

    The years leading up to the end of Dragon Ball and Slam Dunk were dry, with even notable series lasting very little.


    From now on it gets somwehat annoying, I still know something about series of the 80's, but anything of the series of 70's and 60's is purelly second hand accounts and perception, so I'll just be listing names of series of 4 years or more of duration, or that were on Famicom Jump, their genere, and nothing else.
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    I'm take a shot at guessing a safe roster, based mostly off the J-Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars games. I think 35 is a safe number of characters

    One Piece: Luffy, Zoro
    Naruto: Naruto, Sasuke
    DragonBall: Goku, Freeza
    Death Note: Light

    Bleach: Ichigo
    Kenshin: Kenshin
    YuYu Hakusho: Yusuke, Togoro
    HxH: Gon, Killua
    Saint Seiya: Seiya
    KochiKame: Ryotsu
    Jojo: Jotaro, Dio
    Toriko: Toriko
    AssClass: KoroSensei
    MyHero: Deku, All Might
    Black Clover: Asta
    Gintama: Gin
    Bobobo: Bo-Bobo
    Shaman King: Yoh
    Reborn: Tsuna
    Beelzebub: Oga
    FistoftheNorthStar: Kenshiro
    SaikiK: Saiki
    DrSlump: Arale
    DGrayman: Allen
    Muhyo to Rohji: Muhyo
    HoshinEnji: Taikobo
    Kinnikuman: Kinnikuman
    Hinomaru Zumo: Hinomaru


    I can see the final roster looking kinda like this

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    There is no way that All Might is getting in before Bakugou.

    Shaman king is in the middle of moving to another editorial, so very unlikelly to get in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxterdexter View Post
    I listed boruto there, even with the special conditions of his series, but gameplay wise? A Naruto without his visually interesting powers? I wouldn't like him.

    Ok, I'll squeeze in a few years more:

    Taking in consideration these two games: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famico..._Hero_Retsuden and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famico...D_no_Shichinin
    Abrebiated as FJ and FJII for my convenience.

    The only character with full attendance to all crosover games is Goku, if we discount Battle Stadium DON (that was only DB, Naruto and One Piece) and Jump Superstars, the perfect attendance series are: Dragon Ball, Kochikame, Jojo's bizzarre adventure and Sakikage!! Otokojuku. Listing the series because I'd have to remove Jojos because they have switched Jhonatan and Jotaro in a few of these. The one discounted with JSS's inclusion is Sakikage.

    1989-1993:
    Spoiler:

    1989:
    Dragon Quest Dai's adventure: More popular than a videogame tie in should be. If it wasn't for Squareenix it would be a certain thing. Trapped in licencing hell.
    Video Girl Ai: Popular enough back then, if I was more familiar with it I'd say a regular 4yt. Unlikelly to get in before Nisekoi or Yuna or We never learn, if even.

    1990:
    Keiji: a 4yt drawn by Tetsuo Hara, artist of Fist of the North Star. If it comes this vs that, the answer is obvious.
    Slam Dunk: competes with the premium basket slot with Kuroko's basket. Weirdly absent of JSVV even if other sport assists made it in.
    Chinyuki: That super that made it to JSVV, you'll forget the name but never the face of nightmares. Made it to JSVV even if it skipped JUS. Anyone's guess.
    Yu Yu Hakusho: very unlikelly, to not get in.

    1991:
    Two series lasted more than 2 years, Outer Zone a twilight zone stile manga and Pennant Race, that seems like a gag-baseball manga. Not very likelly candidates, both were over in less than 3 years.

    1992:
    Hentai Kamen: Infamous, but it is actually acknowledged? Even if it was short, it has a movie.
    BOY: no comment.

    1993:
    Ninku: On JUS, is a dude who combines ninjutsu with Kung Fu. Not likelly as the original series was short lived and the followup was in Ultra Jump.
    Tottemo Luckyman: Another of the Gag heroes, in JUS as an assist and JSVV as a fighter, so it's likelly to return.
    DNA: Short lived, but had an OVA. Unlikelly but noted.
    Hell Teacher Nube: As Luckyman, went from assist to fighter, maybe it's luck will continue.

    The years leading up to the end of Dragon Ball and Slam Dunk were dry, with even notable series lasting very little.


    From now on it gets somwehat annoying, I still know something about series of the 80's, but anything of the series of 70's and 60's is purelly second hand accounts and perception, so I'll just be listing names of series of 4 years or more of duration, or that were on Famicom Jump, their genere, and nothing else.
    Could we get astroboy or is he outside of their properties siince he is so much older and they might have made deals about him before video games started rising in popularity, also fist of the north star is prettu likely imo
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    1984-1988:

    Spoiler:

    1984
    Kimagure Orange Road: in FJ, Romantic comedy, 4 years. Unlikelly
    Dragon Ball: of course

    1985:
    City Hunter: in FJ, Detective, 7 years. Skipped in the rest of crossovers.
    Tsuide ni Tonchinkan: in FJ as playable character, Gag manga, 5 years, unlikelly
    Sakigake!! Otokojuku: in FJ and almost all crossovers, hardboiled action comedy, will very likelly come back.

    1986:
    Saint Seiya: In all crossovers except FJII and JSS, might be difficult to license, but kinda famous.

    1987:
    Jojo's Bizarre adventure: Perfect attendance, will return, the question is Jotaro or Josuke, or both.
    Moeru, Oni-san/The burning wild man: in FJ, it seems like a action comedy, 4 years, unlikelly.
    THE MOMOTAROH: in FJ, just 2 years, very unlikelly

    1988:
    Bastard!!: The author is the only person Togashier than togashi, it is technically ongoing in ultra jump. Fantasy series. Unlikelly, as it has been skipped from every other crossover.
    Jungle King Ta-chan: Gag manga, with 2 series, in JFII and JUS, somewhat likelly to show up.
    Rokudenashi Blues: 11 years, boxing manga, was in FJII and in JUS as an assist, somewhat likelly
    Magical Taluluto: comedy manga, 4 years, in FJII, seems like a doraemon like character, I'd say Unlikelly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by maxterdexter View Post
    There is no way that All Might is getting in before Bakugou.

    Shaman king is in the middle of moving to another editorial, so very unlikelly to get in.

    I mean, I'd gladly take all 3 Hero characters, but I guess you have a point with Bakugo winning the past 2 popularity polls


    I know Shaman King didn't make it to J-Stars, was that the reason then too? I know D Gray-man is in a different magazine, but does it matter for that series too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Long John Silvers Rayleigh View Post
    Could we get astroboy or is he outside of their properties siince he is so much older and they might have made deals about him before video games started rising in popularity, also fist of the north star is prettu likely imo
    By the rules of the past crossovers, where the most foreign character was the protagonist of Jojo part VII, I'd say very very unlikelly, and I'm giving him this small sliver of a chance because WSJ doesn't have a robot boy character (at least in the 35 years of magazine that I have checked today) and that Tezuka was one of the biggest mangaka ever. But it is another editorial, and definitelly not in WSJ.

    The only one of Tezuka's works in the magazine seems to be: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion_Books

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    I mean, I'd gladly take all 3 Hero characters, but I guess you have a point with Bakugo winning the past 2 popularity polls


    I know Shaman King didn't make it to J-Stars, was that the reason then too? I know D Gray-man is in a different magazine, but does it matter for that series too?
    This is purelly observational, I don't have any insider knowledge, but while D Gray-man is in another magazine, it is still the same editorial. Like a hero moving from the x-men to the avengers, it still marvel.

    I really don't know how difficult is for an author to move between editorials, but I do know that in the early days of jump it was way more common.

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    (just 15 years more!!)

    1979-1983:
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    1979:
    Kinnikuman: I'd say super likelly if not because it was skipped for JSVV+. Has jumped around magazines, but it seems like all they were Shueisha.

    1980:
    Dr Slum: Arale has only ever been missing from FJII, no reason not to have her.

    1981:
    Captain Tsubasa: in FJ, LOONG running footbal series, still in shueisha, while the main series ended in a normal period, it comes back every world cup to haunt us, depends on the game's assists.
    Cat's Eye: in FJ, trio of art thieves sisters, 4 years, moved on to a non shueisha magazine.
    Black Angels: Violent vengance story, not in any game, would be considered unsuitable for the magazine by today's standars.

    1982:
    High School (translated: Funyface club): in FJ, School gag manga about the titular school group, latest publication in the Square enix magazine, so not likelly. Also weird publication, had two runs in the magazine, one from 80's to 82's and this one from 82's to 87's.

    1983:
    Wing-man: in FJ, superhero manga, seems like a kamen raider style hero, just 3 years, but it's author has been recurring in this list, with Video Girl Ai, Shadow Lady, DNA2 and I''s, with other important works outside the magazine. I'd bet as unlikelly, but interesting author.
    Shape up Ran: in FJ, gag manga, seems like a weight loss story, still in merchandise, 4 years, unlikelly
    Fist of the north star: Almost perfect attendance, skipping only FJII, very likelly to return, too many spinoffs to check, I'm just trusting on the presence of Kenshiro in JSVV.
    Ginga Nagareboshi Gin: in FJ, it's about a bear hunting wolf, novelty for an animal protagonist, ran for 5 years, with an anime. I'd give it a chance, but I find it unlikelly.



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    Final few, Just getting the checklist I'll fill in the rest later:
    1968-1978
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    In FJ:
    1968:
    Chichi no Tamashii (father's soul)
    Harenchi Gakuen (the perverted manga)
    Otoko Ippiki Gaki-Taisho (the delinquent manga)

    1970:
    Toilet Hakase

    1971:
    Koya no Shonen Isamu

    1972:
    Astro Kyudan

    1973:
    Hochonin Ajihei

    1975:
    Circuit no Okami
    Doberman Deka

    1976:
    Kochikame. It will be in.

    1977:
    Ring ni Kakero the father of the modern battle manga

    (it escaped my check)
    1982:
    Kick off
    Yoroshiku Mechadoc

    1986:
    Kenritsu Umisora Kōkō Yakyū Buin Yamashita Tarō-kun

    1987:
    God Sider
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    This game looks pretty cool! It has my intere...

    it's a 3 on 3 fighter?

    Nevermind. Gundam versus and Dissidia both sucked in that format. Maybe it works in arcades, but having to balance around 3 characters at once makes the individual characters less powerful and versatile, makes you less able to really track the enemy, and also leaves you at the whim of stupid AI teammates. Not good.

    Quote Originally Posted by maxterdexter View Post
    and I'm giving him this small sliver of a chance because WSJ doesn't have a robot boy character (at least in the 35 years of magazine that I have checked today) and that Tezuka was one of the biggest mangaka ever. But it is another editorial, and definitelly not in WSJ.
    I think Aralle covers that ground pretty well. Not a boy, but she is a super powered robot child from a highly successful long running Toriyama series and she's in most of these sorts of games.
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    A fighting game needs good support after release to stay alive I hope this game gets it
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    By fire be purged

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    I won't lie, I was cringing during the whole thing, with Luffy standing on the american flag taking it to a level I could barely handle.


    I think it is just hard for me to expect anything good from a Jump game that is not on the format of Ultimate Stars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robby View Post
    it's a 3 on 3 fighter?
    .
    Are you talking about all of the three characters on stage at the same time? Because here is more like 1 Main Fighter alongside 2 support characters.

    If anything is like the Shippuden Ultimate Ninja games.

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    Can I hope for characters from Jump SQ? I want Seraph and Twin Stars Exorcists so bad on this.

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    Default Re: JUMP FORCE (2019 Video Game)

    Quote Originally Posted by .access timeco. View Post
    I won't lie, I was cringing during the whole thing, with Luffy standing on the american flag taking it to a level I could barely handle.


    I think it is just hard for me to expect anything good from a Jump game that is not on the format of Ultimate Stars.
    I knoooooooow, that flag was like WHAAAAAT. I want it to be a beautiful competitive 2D fighter instead so badly. Wahhhhhhhh I'm so tired of these arena fighters, they're just too wonky. The Naruto ones got pretty close to a good game, but the DB, One Piece, and SJ ones just seem so barely there.
    My TOP 25 most excellent​ characters! - Usopp, Luffy, Blackbeard, Robin, Crocodile, Nami, Zoro, Ivankov, Buggy, Mr. 2, Big Mom, Sanji, Franky, Magellan, Kizaru, Brook, Kureha, Barto, Kokoro, Whitebeard, Hiriluk, Aokiji, Jinbe, Belle-Mere, and Iceberg

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