Jump Force Producer Koji Nakajima – “In terms of the competitive nature, it’s more comparable to Dragonball Xenoverse 2 or Ultimate Ninja Storm series, or the Dragonball Budokai series.”


Jump Force Producer Koji Nakajima – “In terms of the competitive nature, it’s more comparable to Dragonball Xenoverse 2 or Ultimate Ninja Storm series, or the Dragonball Budokai series.”



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10 Thoughts to “Jump Force Producer Koji Nakajima – “In terms of the competitive nature, it’s more comparable to Dragonball Xenoverse 2 or Ultimate Ninja Storm series, or the Dragonball Budokai series.””

  1. Or like Jstars which it looks like

  2. Shit, so this will be a trash tier fighter that you only buy for the series featured and to cast flashy ultimates.

  3. what a goddamn lie, they haven’t produced a truly mechanically sound *actually competent* anime fighting game since the budokai/ultimate ninja (not storm) days

    edit: excluding dbfz, which obviously was handled by arcsys

  4. Wow the competitive nature of all 3 of those are very very different having played them all.

    Xenoverse 2 was NOT competitive. It suffered from a shit ton of online issues and the balance issue of the best thing to be was a beam spammer and it wasn’t even close.

    Budokai everyone is familiar with but it always felt it was pretty competitive because it felt pretty balanced.

    And as for the Storm series, it entirely depends on which one they’re talking about. The first few weren’t very balanced and the last one has it’s own issues on bapance.

  5. Now I’m more confuse because budokai is more like a traditional fighting game and the other two aren’t.

  6. Wow, I don’t know why they said that cause that’s one way to absolutely obliterate all hype for this game :

  7. I wonder if this will have a strong enough competitive balance to challenge the bigger FGC titles for competitive coverage.

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