For the first time ever, the most famous Manga heroes are thrown into a whole new battleground: our world. Uniting to fight the most dangerous threat, the JUMP FORCE will bear the fate of the entire human kind. Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the famous Weekly Jump Magazine, JUMP FORCE PC is also making the most of latest technologies to bring characters to life in a never-seen-before realistic design.
A unique setting, merging the Jump World and the Real World. The Jump Force, an alliance of the most powerful Manga heroes from Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto and much more. Realistic graphics bring Manga characters to life like never before.
The biggest let down comes in the online play and horrid connections.
Jump Force is a worthy celebration of the legacy of Shonen Jump manga, but it honors its source material a little too well with how filler-heavy the middle of its story arc is.
Jump Force excels at fanservice, at showing what battles between all these characters would look like. It does not excel as an actual fighting game however. Unbalanced mechanics and poorly designed UI make Jump Force a chore to play, despite the exciting visual trappings.
Despite having 50 years of legacy to work from, this manga mash-up feels like a rush job. The combat offers basic fun, but as a complete package Jump Force proves to be a flop.
Considering Bandai Namco's experience in creating fighting titles, Jump Force is a disappointing release that is not worthy of WSJ magazine's name.
While a fighting game featuring a wide variety of Weekly Shonen Jump characters seems like a no-brainer, the shoddy execution and surprisingly limited roster hinder JUMP FORCE from being the all-star it wants to be.