Bandai Namco is working on a patch for Jump Force which will be released soon. This update for Jump Force will be released “in the coming days,” and it will not only include stability fixes, but couple of handy features too. According to Bandai Namco, the patch will not only tackle stability issues, load times and bugs, but it will allow you to skip cutscenes. The patch doesn’t have a release date as of press time, but it’s expected soon. This isn’t the only patch in the works, according to the company, and more information on future updates will be revealed when available. Jump Force was released today, and you can give our review a read at the link. Also, if you’re just picking it up, here’s a look at the Jump Force Roster and unlocks, some tips on getting started, and information on the teams. … [Read more...] about Jump Force patch will allow you to skip cutscenes, improve load times
Collecting characters from across Shonen Jump’s storied history, Jump Force is a celebration of all things manga and anime, with frenetic action, spectacular special techniques, and spikier hair than a porcupine sanctuary. With the game starting to go live around the world – especially with pre-order early access – here are a few tips to get you started. Jump Force tips Press triangle in Umbras Base to pull up a minimap A simple one to start. Early on in Jump Force’s story you’ll be introduced to Umbras Base, our heroes’ operational hub as they set out to solve the mystery of why they’ve been brought to the real world. As you progress, you’ll get different objectives around the base. Most are from the Missions Desk, but some require you to explore the Base with your Avatar and speak to someone. This can turn into a bit of wild goose chase, but if you just press Triangle on a PS4 controller or Y on an Xbox controller, it brings up a … [Read more...] about Jump Force: tips to become a Shonen Jump superstar
Get ready to team up with the Jump Force! Spike Chunsoft’s ultimate manga crossover is finally out in the wild, featuring anime superstars from the whole of Shonen Jump’s venerable 50-year history. Right at the start of Jump Force’s story though, you need need to pick between Teams Alpha, Beta, and Gamma to advance. It’s not immediately obvious what this means, and what impact it’ll have on your game going forward, so we thought we’d put something together run you through the choice. Jump Force: Team Alpha, Team Beta, or Team Gamma? First off, it seems like this largely a cosmetic decision. So don’t be too worried if you just want to pick the team with your favourite characters. Team Alpha is led by Goku, with support from Piccolo – both from Dragon Ball (Z). The leadership is finished off by Gaara of the Sand from Naruto and Roronoa Zoro, the triple-sword-wielding pirate hunter from One Piece. Team Beta is more exclusively based … [Read more...] about Jump Force Teams: Should you pick Team Alpha, Team Beta, or Team Gamma?
Jump Force releases on February 14 but you can check out the reviews now. Jump Force is a celebration of Shonen Jump icons, sticking them all together in an explosive fighting game alongside some new, original characters. After you’ve created your own avatar, you can battle your way through its story mode or jump straight into PvP battles. The roster is full of characters from the likes of Dragon Ball Z, One Piece and Naruto, each with their own signature special moves and abilities. An ambitious crossover of this size needed exciting and over-the-top fighting and Jump Force delivers just that. As Shonen Jump is set in our world, you can fight as your favourite characters against backdrops such as Times Square, which is all the more impressive as you unleash an ultimate move on your opponent. Though it went through a rocky beta period, it seems that the main connectivity issues have been ironed out. See our round-up of reviews below. Scores are out of ten unless otherwise … [Read more...] about Jump Force reviews round-up, all the scores
You don’t get more anime than this.Jump Force, New York has been destroyed by flying people in pants, Goku’s already turned super saiyan, and you’ve been resurrected with a magic cube by a time-traveller with purple hair, a sword, and a robot. While it’s not a perfect game, Jump Force does its best to make the most of its source material, combining its varied roster of superstars, fan-favourites, and deeper cuts from across Jump history, with a tactical, twitch-heavy combat system. Jump Force Review It all starts when you take an energy blast to the face from classic Dragon Ball Z bad-guy, Frieza, only to be saved by Trunks and new Akira Toriyama character, Navigator. Using an Umbras Cube – a mysterious object that imbues humans with superpowers – you’re resurrected as a hero, ready to push back against the Venoms threatening to destroy the world. The Jump characters have been brought to Earth from their own alternate Jump Worlds by an … [Read more...] about Jump Force review – There’s Goku, and Luffy, and my favourite Naruto; they’re all here!