JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle Announced

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Manga fans, this ones for you as JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle will be coming to Europe & Australasian next year.

The game will let players get a chance to experience an action-fighting game following the authentic Hirohiko Araki manga! This game has already reached the perfect 40/40 mark in the praised Japanese FAMITSU magazine.

Its first appearance was in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1987 and the manga has sold more than 70 million copies around the world. It is the second longest running Shueisha manga. It tells the story of Jonathan Joestar’s cursed family; the manga covers the adventures of several generations and their Nemesis; each part of the series focuses on a descendant and has its fair share of belligerents. By acquiring a legendary status, Hirohiko Araki’s masterpiece inspired numbers of anime and manga franchises. Furthermore, it was associated with the famous Italian brand GUCCI, in order to celebrate their respective 30th and 90th birthdays: a world premiere!

The developers have  included plenty of JoJo-esque features (Battle Styles, Heart Heat Gauge etc.). Fans will fight with characters coming from all of 8 chapters. Stylish and colourful battles against some of the most famous bosses such as DIO BRANDO, ENRICO PUCCI and much more await players. This new game opens the door to eye-popping fights in beautifully drawn and animated places from the game’s fantastic universe.

Olivier Comte, Senior Vice President, NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe stated:

We are delighted to add one of the longest running manga licenses to our catalogue, a manga that acquired an-almost holy status!, The association between Namco Bandai Games Europe and CyberConnect 2 has always been successful, delivering amazing games such as the Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja series, and I’m sure that this time again we are going to exceed all JOJO’S fans’ expectations!

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