Namco Bandai has announced that a new game in the Jump series is in development. The Jump series is a 2D fighting game series a little in the vein of Super Smash Brothers in that it brings together characters from tons of different mangas that have been published in Jump Magazine. No word on release date or even what consoles the game, titled Project Versus J, is being developed for at this time. If you wish to check out the previous Jump titles, Jump Super Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars, they are Japan only games, but given the DS’s lack of a region lock and the vast community of fans for the games, you should have no hard time finding and playing the games to their fullest.
The price and release date have yet to be announced.
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When you play Dragon Ball Z for Kinect, you’ll also kick Dragon Ball canon straight in the nuts, while in reality, waving your arms in the air. In DBZ for Kinect, you can become Super Saiyan Bardock (Goku’s father, who was killed by Frieza).
Should you be excited for this game? Probably not, but if you watch the video, you might get a kick out of the way Saiyan is pronounced. Maybe I’m wrong, and you actually become a Super Scion. Who knows?
Namco Bandai announced today that there is going to be an HD collection for the long loved Dragon Ball Z fighting series, Dragon Ball Z Budokai. The HD collection will include the first game, Dragon Ball Z Budokai, and the third, Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3. No reason was given to why they wouldn’t include the second game, but I can only assume it’s because each copy comes with a set of seven, actual Dragon Balls, that you can use to wish for anything, like Immortality…or Bulma’s Panties.
The HD collection will come out for PS3 and Xbox 360 this winter in Europe
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