J-Stars Victory VS Victory Burst, Voltage System Explained
The official J-Stars Victory VS website has recently been updated with new details of the Voltage System, Victory Burst and other gameplay mechanics.
The website is only available in Japanese as of now but some of the nice guys at shonengamez.com have provided a translation, allowing non Japanese speaking gamers to understand more of the game. You can check out the translation by going at the end of this post.
Last week some new characters have been confirmed by Shonen Jump. The cast of Sket Dance and Kuroko from Kuroko’s Basketball will be joining the cast as support characters.
Another scan has recently confirmed a few other characters like Boa Hancock from One Piece, Medaka Kurokami and Misogi Kumagawa from Medaka Box, Lala Satarin Deviluke from To Love-ru, Rukia Kuchiki from Bleach and Chitoge Kirisaki from Nisekoi.
J-Stars Victory VS character roster is really going to be huge. A lot of popular characters will also be in like Son Goku and Vegeta from Dragon Ball, Naruto and Sasuke from Naruto, Kenshin Himura from Rurouni Kenshin, Ichigo from Bleach and many more.
J-Stars Victory VS will launch in Japan on March 19th. Even though there are currently no news on a Western release, Namco Bandai Europe has recently registered a domain for a yet to be revealed game called “Awakened Legends Vs.”, which could be the localized name for the game.