- Platform: PlayStation 3
- ESRB Rating: Teen
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure:All Star Battle - PlayStation 3
- Stunning visuals: Authentic creation of the original manga's dynamic scenes
- Faithful story: Covers the original manga from the 1st chapter to the latest 8th chapter
- Variety of characters: 41 total for an incredible selection of characters
- Battle styles: Five different battle styles from each chapter collide in one arena
- Character customization: Utilize custom medals to change taunt poses, taunt phrases and winning poses
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle arrives exclusively for the PlayStation 3! Adapted from Hirohiko Araki's smash manga hit, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, the game takes characters spanning all eight incredible story arcs of the manga and pits them against each other in an epic one-on-one fighting game. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle gives players the feeling they are participating in vivid and colorful battles straight from the pages of the manga. Each character comes with their signature moves punctuated by dynamic camera angles to capture every highlight of the fight either against computer opponents via Story Mode or human adversaries online.
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Although there are some really interesting fighters in the roster, many feel very similar mechanically. Many characters play in a very similar fashion with only visual effects to make them stand out. Quite a few franchise favourites, such as Iggy and Old Joseph Joestar are also locked behind the dlc pay wall, and they aren't cheap.
Online is often a bit too laggy and there seems to be a bit of variance in input leniency between characters, leading to some annoyances when you're trying to do a specific move and the input system behaves differently than expected.
There's a good amount of singleplayer content - the main campaigns being the (anime) narrator speaking over text blobs on the screen describing various chapters/volumes from the manga, punctuated by fights from key moments. Unfortunately, many of the fun/more entertaining fights don't get given their moment. Luckily, there is free DLC that provides a few of them.
Several characters you'd like are, unfortunately, paid DLC.
The audio is all original japanese VA, making the few name censorships rather pointless.
Ultimately it's a game worth its price if you're a jojo fan, but as a fighting game, it'll leave a lot to be desired if you try and get deep into it.