Check Out Upcoming Brawler "Jump Force"

Dragon Ball, Naruto, and One Piece team up for Bandai Namco’s Jump Force

‘Jump Force’ Brings Anime Icons Together in 2019

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.

Dragon Ball, Naruto, and One Piece team up for Bandai Namco’s Jump Force

A slew of Shonen Jump characters last came together on consoles in J-Stars Victory VS+, a fighting game developed by Spike Chunsoft. Just so you know: Hold the right trigger, press X. And so, for five glorious minutes, I threw an endless barrage of cataclysmic blue-beam world-enders into the face of Naruto, permanently expressing the superiority of my preferred anime canon.

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In one of the big surprises of the Microsoft conference, Jump Force, a game featuring characters from DBZ, One Piece, Naruto, and possibly more was shown for the first time at E3 2018. It'll be interesting to see what other Shonen Jump characters Bandai Namco will announce in the future. The game will merge the Jump World and the Real World in a unique way, and the fate of humanity will hang in the balance. So far, characters that are confirmed to be in the game are Goku, Frieza, Naruto, Sasuke, Luffy, and Zoro. This shonen manga anthology is where a ton of fan favorite series got their starts. In the interview, Nakajima noted that the game will contain characters that haven't been in a video game before.

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