I seem to have lost interest in this game as time went by. The initial trailers all got me super hyped, but then videos of people playing demos and such started coming out, and it seemed like there was just too much running around in wide open arenas, which doesn't really appeal to me as much as, say, a traditional fighting game with limited stage sizes. I dunno. =/
Don't have a problem with the visuals. I think the game looks great. What I don't like is the lobby system(lobby systems need to die in fighting games specially offline), the loading times and the fact that it doesn't have a 1 vs 1 option without team battle. Naruto Shippudden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is better anime game!
Games continues to look ok. As long as it has a decent single player mode it might be a fun pickup at some point when it's $15 or so.
Also having crappy characters like Kaguya probably points at them holding back better entries to use as DLC
Would have still preferred an HD take on the Jump Ultimate stars formula
She is a terrible character that was introduced in a terrible way and I'm pretty sure a large part of the fanbase dislike her.
This thing is basically a celebration of Shonen Jump. It's supposed to be a list of generic popular guys/girls.
I personally don't have issue with visuals itself, this game about these characters coming to our world, thats why they choose this aesthetics. My biggest issue is how put motion blur in to this game, its as bad as FF Type 0 HD.
I love anime/manga but having a hard time playing anime games if the show is over. Like for example it kinda feels without purpose playing Naruto as a child doing missions in konoha (don't remember the game) if the show progressed so much that he is Hokage now and all the bad guys from back in the day are dust and really really weak compared 5o the end of the show.
If a show is still running and the game puts stuff from the present in it, that's fun.
I’ve been playing for about an hour now, while nowhere near perfect, I’m certainly having fun with it. More than the last one that came out on ps4 anyway.
The animations in cutscenes are bad, but in the quality of so bad they’re kinda funny. And the combat, while basic, does hit that xenoverse vibe. Hell the whole game feels like xenoverse, from the create-a-character to the lobby world.
Crossover games are nothing new to Bandai Namco or Shonen Jump, so it surprises and disappoints me to see that none of the good aspects or successful mechanics of these previous games made their way into Jump Force at all. Jump Force is a visual mess, It lacks the fun and charm that a wild crossover like this should embrace, and It's just a technical mess from top to bottom. Jump Force is a huge celebration of some of the most iconic manga in history, but it fails to do any of them justice.