Jump Force Looks Perfect Except for One Thing


The reductive comparison would be Super Smash Bros., which increases its roster every game with fresh deep-cuts from the Nintendo canon, but functionally, Jump Force reminds me a bit of Pokken Tournament or even those old DBZ Budokai games. Jump Force is set to release in 2019. Who do you want to see become a playable character? Here's more from E3 2018.

Some characters spotted here: Sasuke from Naruto, Zoro from One Piece.

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So far, there is no word on when this title will be coming out, but fans were not expecting to see such a title go live from Microsoft at this press event. This is a 3v3 brawler that can pit Dragon Ball's Goku, One Piece's Monkey D. Luffy, and Naruto Shippuden's Naruto up against the infamous Dragon Ball Z villain, Frieza. You can guess how much a Death Note would mess up a battle in this arena. Already, this is quite the party for Shonen Jump alumni. The latter title is a well-known one as it brings together a bevy of famous shonen heroes for a Street Fighter-styled showdown.

With a trailer so packed full of charged-up attacks and explosive moments, the reveal of the game's name, Jump Force, was a bit of a let down.

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In essence, Jump Force is your typical 3D fighting game, and it plays pretty similarly to Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4.

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