New screenshots of J-Stars Victory VS have been released on the official J-Stars Victory Vs website. They feature modes in the game including Victory Road, the gallery, J-Adventure and the J-Points Shop!
Some of the J-Adventure and J-Points Shop screenshots were released in higher quality yesterday, you can take a look at them here.
Victory Road is an offline arcade-style mode where the player travels the Jump world, testing their skills and clearing challenges against various opponents one after the other. The more victories, the more J-Points can be earned for usage as the J-Points Shop.
Gallery mode allows players to relive some of their exciting battles and learn about each of the characters in the game, view the character models, and listen to their voices.
The J-Points shop allows players to spend points earned during play to obtain things like characters, ship upgrades, items, and coins. Some of the items will allow players to increase their “victory”, “effort”, and “friendship” meters to allow for better comradery when performing, for example, combination attacks.
The coins obtained in the J-Point shop then allow players to obtain cards to make a deck and boost the attributes of characters teams, such as their attack power.
Online battles will be 2-vs-2 with rank. You can be partners with a random person or send and receive invites to partner with friends. Voice chat will be available on PS3 natively and on PS Vita through the Party App.
J-Adventure Mode tells an original story set in the Jump World. Characters from various anime/manga series get together to travel the world through a ship in hopes to fulfill their unique goals and missions. Characters will not only can travel through land and water, but space as well. The game has four chapters players can experience – Motion Chapter, Hope Chapter, Research Chapter, and Pursuit Chapter.
J-Stars Victory VS is a team action fighter by Namco Bandai Games that showcases various characters from the world of Shonen Jump manga. The game was tentatively titled Project Versus J before the name was officially changed to J-Stars Victory VS. Currently, the game is only confirmed for a Japanese release of March 19, 2014 on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. No plans have been announced at all for a North American or European release. Please visit the J-Stars Victory VS section for more information on the game.