J-Stars Victory Vs + Information and Screenshots

J-Stars Victory Vs + is making its way to the West in the Summer of 2015 thanks to Bandai Namco Games and developer Spike Chunsoft. The news broke on Sunday night with the first trailer for the game, exciting anime/manga fans worldwide of the dream battles that could be potentially take place! Below you will find the information and screenshots for J-Stars Victory Vs + (not the original J-Stars Victory Vs) that has been announced so far. Please visit the J-Stars Victory VS section for information on the original game that could possibly be in J-Stars Victory Vs +.

J-Stars Victory Vs + will …

  • Include a new arcade mode not in the original Japanese release (additional details not yet revealed)
  • Contain Japanese voices only
  • Have localized text, for example English, Portuguese, and French
  • Release worldwide – North America, South America, Europe, Middle East and Australasia
  • Be for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita
  • Contain enhanced graphics for the PlayStation 4 version
  • Allow for 1-2 offline multiplayer
  • Allow for 2-4 online multiplayer, including 2-vs-2 team battles
  • Feature manga and anime characters from over 30 different Jump franchises
  • Tell an original story through the J-Adventure mode that takes players to battle in different places from Jump franchises such as Planet Namek from Dragon Ball Z, Alabasta from One Piece, and the Hidden Leaf Village from Naruto Shippuden

It has not yet been revealed if the final roster for J-Stars Victory Vs + will be the same as the original J-Stars Victory VS characters list, which had 52 characters (39 playable and 13 support-only) from 32 series, but we hope to keep you updated here on Anime Games Online as more information is released. If we counted correctly, the screenshots below and the first trailer, which included Kankichi Ryotsu (Kochikame) and Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach), confirm 24 characters from 20 series so far. In case you are curious above the text in each screenshot below, it’s the name of the character, with the anime they are representing in parenthesis.

Kusuo Saiki (Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan), Gintoki Sakata (Gintama), Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo), Arale (Dr. Slump)

Vegeta (Dragon Ball Z) and Goku (Dragon Ball Z)

Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto Shippuden) and Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto Shippuden)

Boa Hancock (One Piece), Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto Shippuden), Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece), Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto Shippuden)

Toriko (Toriko) and Zebra (Toriko)

Kusuo Saiki (Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan), Hinata Shoyo (Haikyu!!), Tetsuya Kuroko (Kuroko’s Basketball), Korosensei (Assassination Classroom), Medaka Kurokami (Medaka Box), Tatsumi Oga with Beelzebub (Beelzebub)

Lala Satalin Deviluke (To-LOVE-ru), Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece), Goku (Dragon Ball Z), Chitoge Kirisaki (Nisekoi)

Pegasus Seiya (Saint Seiya) and Gintoki Sakata (Gintama)

Goku (Dragon Ball Z), Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece), Tetsuya Kuroko (Kuroko’s Basketball),
Yusuke/Hime/Kazuyoshi (Sket Dance)

Vegeta (Dragon Ball Z), Frieza (Dragon Ball Z), Taro Yamada (Chinyūki -Tarō to Yukaina Nakama-tachi-), Goku (Dragon Ball Z)

Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece), Gintoki Sakata (Gintama), Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto Shippuden)


J-Stars Victory VS – All Ultimate Attacks, All Special Attacks
J-Stars Victory VS – All Support Actions
J-Stars Victory VS – Naruto, DBZ, One Piece, Bleach Marquee Match-Ups