Bringing The Pain! Our First Video Promo For “J-Stars Victory Vs”

The coming crossover fighting game J-Stars Victory Vs (aka Project Versus J) has finally given us it’s first bit of video footage. Up until this point we have¬† only seen pictures and read little bits about it here and there but saddle up because this thing is only going to get bigger. Basically, for those who aren’t up to date with this, J-Stars Victory Vs is an upcoming game that pits...

Project Versus J officially titled; Naruto confirmed

Today it was revealed in the 18th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine that not only has Project Versus J been given an official title, but a popular character has been confirmed for the game’s roster. Project Versus J will be called J-Stars Victory VS. and as you can see in the scan above (click image for full size), courtesy of APForums, Naruto will also be a playable char...

What’s In Store For “Project Versus J”? We’ll Soon Find Out!

Now it’s safe to say that we don’t know a great deal about Project Versus J, what we do know is; it’s a Namco bandai developed fighting game that pits Toriko against One Piece against Dragon Ball Z. That alone is enough to get a Shonen Jumps fan excited! We also know that it’s set for the Playstation 3 and Vita. The game is made to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Shonen J...

Jump VS: A Quick And Early Look!

For those who don’t know; “Jump VS” is an upcoming collection of 12 one-shot, action packed manga “Chapters” all collected into one magazine based around the heroes of the Shonen Jumps Universe. Set for release in Japan on the 22nd of March, which happens to be tomorrow, this incredible idea of a manga will pit character against character from the weekly Shonen Jumps ...

Project Versus J coming to the PS Vita and PS3; fans vote for playable characters

More information concerning Namco Bandai’s Project Versus J was revealed in the latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump this week. The key piece of information revealed is the fact that the title is being developed for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 (Import friendly systems) and the title will be a “team battle action” style game. It is also worth noting that gamers will have ...

Project Versus J announced; will feature Goku, Luffy and Toriko

Namco Bandai seems to have grown rather fond of announcing games via adverts in Shonen Jump as the company has announced a second game in this week’s issue and it happens to be a very unique looking title featuring at least three very popular characters. As you can see in the scan to the right (click the image for a much larger version), the game is called Project Versus J and the company is...

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