The seventh and final full promotional video of Bandai Namco Games' J-Stars Victory Vs. game "team battle action" video game has begun streaming on Monday. The video shows the 52 characters from 32 titles that would be appearing in this Shonen Jump's 45th anniversary game.
Aside from the full promo video, there's also the fifth CM showing the dream partnerships of "somewhat risque, fighting sensei" (Nueno "Nuubee" Meisuke of Jigoku Sensei Nube and Koro-Sensei of Assassination Classroom) and the "friendly delinquents" (Oga Tatsumi from Beelzebub and Urameshi Yusuke from Yu Yu Hakusho), as well as a brief cameo by Norimaki Arale from Dr. Slump & Arale-chan.
The game features the "J Battle Festival, a dream festival that happens once in 45 years" where it gathered together heroes who show friendship, hard work, and victory. And through the spirit of friendship, the game includes 2 vs. 2 team battles wherein players can choose characters from different titles and unleash combination attacks you never dream of happening with the help of support characters.
On March 19, the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita game will be released. The regular edition of the PS3 version costs 7,980 yen or about $80 USD, while the limited edition costs 10,980 yen or $110 USD. The regular edition of the PS Vita version costs 6,980 yen and the limited edition will be available for 9,980 yen or about $100 USD.
Pre-order of the game would include a J-Stars Victory Book, a Jump Comics-like book with information and visuals of Jump heroes over the years. An "Ani-Son Sound Edition" of the game will let the players to listen to 21 television anime theme songs in the game for a limited time.
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Final J-Stars Victory Vs. Last Promo Streamed
Namco Bandai Games began streaming the 7th and final (13 minutes long) promo for J-Stars Victory Vs. "team battle action" video game on Monday.
The Japan Academy Prize for this year's "Newcomer of the Year" award goes to Kamen Rider W's Philip, Suda Masaki.
The 21-year-old actor has thanked all his supporters and family, as well as the staff and cast of the film where he starred, "The Backwater" (Tomogui) through his blog. The film is based on Tanaka Shinya's novel at the same time, he was also the one who wrote it. Also, the film itself won the Best Film on the Locarno International Festival.
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Flumpool Performs Captain Earth OP Song
Japanese rock band Flumpool has announced that they will be contributing their new song, Believer's High, as the intro song for the anime, Captain Earth. from the anime studio Bones.
The band describes the song's firm message as "Always choose your own path going forward and then walk it". A video spot will be streamed from the anime's official site this coming Saturday, March 15 at 6 p.m. (5 a.m ET).
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Power Rangers Super Megaforce Ep4 Clips
Clips for the 4th episode of Power Rangers Super Megaforce entitled: The Lion's Alliance is now online and ready for viewing.
Stay tuned for the next episode preview!