J-Stars Victory VS – 5 Minute Gameplay, Goku vs Naruto VideoPosted on September 20, 2013 at 6:12 AM
Three new videos of J-Stars Victory VS have been released! The first one is a good five minutes, showing a complete match from start to finish, with Luffy being the primary character. He goes up against Naruto and Ichigo! As you may note, J-Stars Victory VS teams are comprised of three characters – two primary’s and an assist character who can be called upon with the click of the L2 button. In single player mode, the second primary is a CPU. In local co-op multiplayer, the other human player takes control of the second primary.
The second video is almost 4 minutes long, featuring a match-up fans dream about – Goku vs Naruto!
The third video is like the first video, it shows 5 minutes of action, a match from start to finish! Also, Goku is the player-controlled primary with Luffy as the CPU and Toriko as the assist taking on a team of Gintoki, Ichigo, and Naruto.
Other J-Stars Victory VS Videos
J-Stars Victory VS – Local Co-op Multiplayer Gameplay
J-Stars Victory VS – First Gameplay Footage
J-Stars Victory VS – YuYu Hakusho/Hunter X Hunter Footage
J-Stars Victory VS Trailer 2
First J-Stars Victory Vs Video
J-Stars Victory VS is a four player team action fighter by Namco Bandai Games that showcases various characters from the world of Shonen Jump. Thus far Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto Shippuden), Son Goku (Dragon Ball Z), Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach), Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece), Yusuke Urameshi (YuYu Hakusho), Gon Freeccss (Hunter X Hunter), Gintoki Sakata (Gintama), Kankichi Ryotsu (KochiKame), Toriko (Toriko), Kenshin (Rurouni Kenshin),and Taro Yamada (Chinyūki Taro to Yukaina Nakama-tach) have been confirmed, with more likely to be announced in the future. The game was tentative titled Project Versus J before the name was officially changed to J-Stars Victory VS. Currently, only a Japanese release of the game for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita has been announced, however, no release date has been mentioned as of this time. No word on a North American or European release either.