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Jump Force Looks Perfect Except for One Thing
12 June 2018, 12:01 | Jodi Jackson
‘Jump Force’ Brings Anime Icons Together in 2019
The Shonen Jump characters are coming back together once again in Jump Force, Bandai Namo revealed at Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference. I'm not sure if that's what Namco was envisioning when they brought the Greater Multiverse of Manga to a team brawler, but it was certainly my kind of wish fulfillment. That's because this crossover game isn't just the merging of the Jump universes, but also with the "real world" or reality. Today, the company confirmed its latest anime-centric title with Bandai Namco, and the world can not stop talking about Jump Force. It'll be interesting to see what other Shonen Jump characters Bandai Namco will announce in the future.
That's right. Fight as Goku, Naruto, Luffy or Frieza as you battle to finally answer the question: Which powerful anime character would win in a head-on fight?
My biggest problem with shonen is that it tends to really badly sideline its female characters in games.
Of course, anime fans are already pointing out the similarities between Jump Force and J-Stars Victory VS.
Despite this, there is still enough reason to be excited about the upcoming game and if you too are hyped then you'll be pleased to know the game will launch on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam in 2019.
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It is his best result at Roland Garros since 2009 when he also made the semi-finals losing to Roger Federer in five sets. For Thiem, however, the challenge will be to go one step further as all his victories so far have been in three setters.