A brand new J-Stars Victory VS scan has been released! It confirms Sasuke Uchiha from Naruto Shippuden, Vegeta from Dragon Ball Z, and Zebra from Toriko as playable characters! This confirms the game will have more than one character per series, at least when it comes to Naruto Shippuden, Dragon Ball Z, and Toriko.
The three join Naruto, Goku, and Toriko from their respective series along with Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach), Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece), Gon Freeccss (Hunter X Hunter), Gintoki Sakata (Gintama), Kankichi Ryotsu (KochiKame), Kenshin (Rurouni Kenshin), and Yusuke Urameshi (YuYu Hakusho). Speaking of Yusuke, he is shown in his demon form towards the bottom left of the scan! And we almost forgot to say – in the bottom right screenshot, it looks like Kurama Mode Naruto is in too! It might just be Tailed Beast Chakra Mode, but to us it looks like Naruto is dawning the coat he wears in Kurama Mode!
J-Stars Victory VS Scan 14 – More Hunter X Hunter, YuYu Hakusho
J-Stars Victory Vs Scan 13
Hunter X Hunter, YuYu Hakusho Confirmed in J-Stars Victory VS (Scan 12)
J-Stars Victory VS Scan 11 English Translations
Gintama, KochiKame Confirmed in J-Stars Victory VS (Scan 10)
J-Stars Victory VS Scan 9 Reveals New Screenshots, Mechanics
Bleach, Kenshin Confirmed in J-Stars Victory Vs (Scan 8)
J-Stars Victory Vs Scan 7
J-Stars Victory Vs Scan 6
Naruto Officially Confirmed in J-Stars Victory VS (Scan 5)
Project Versus J Scan 4
Project Versus J Scan 3
Project Versus J Scan 2
Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Toriko Game – Project Versus J (Scan 1)
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), and Himura (Rurouni Kenshin) 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.