After what seems like forever, two hugely popular manga are coming to an end in Japan. The August edition of Shonen Jump will see both Nisekoi and Bleach coming to a close. The edition will be a double edition, issues 36 – 37, and both manga will be getting a special colour page. Nisekoi will be seeing 25 pages for the last outing with a double colour page spread in the middle.
As a Bleach fanboy (Toshiro Hitsugaya FTW!), I’ll be sad to see it end after 15 long years but creator Tite Kubo is promising the series will go out on a high.
It seems like everytime we turn around, Universal Studios Japan has a new feature for visitors to marvel at. If it isn’t a Biohazard attraction, it’s a Monster Hunter or in this case, Shonen Jump. Specifically, three different manga will have attractions, Death Note, Dragon Ball and One Piece.
Universal Studios is no stranger to One Piece attractions having previously hosted such an event but now it’s the all new One Piece Premiere Show 2016.
You know those Trap Room/Escape Room puzzles that are gaining popularity? It appears the Death Note attraction will be following suit and it’ll be a puzzle affair that you must solve much like the Resident Evil Real Escape Game that’s currently in place as well.
But even better, just the the 4D Spider-Man experience, the new Dragon Ball feature will see Goku battling Frieza in Dragon Ball Z The Real 4D experience.
If you want to get to any or all three new features, you better hurry as they’re running from July 1st through to September 4th, 2016.
As we reported earlier, J-Stars Victory VS launched recently in Japan and it made a dent on the software chart with both PS3 and PS Vita showing up on there. Buts just how well is this eagerly anticipated title performing in Japan?
Media Create, who tracks all sales in Japan, has announced that the PS3 version of the game managed to sell through 86.55% of its allocated stock while the PS Vita version shifted 89.25% copies. Not bad for early figures and Media Create are indicating that they’re expecting to see more copies sold over the coming weeks. Given the success of the Nintendo DS title, Jump Superstars, which shifted 745, 000 copies all together, they’re predicting more success for this title, even more so for the PS Vita version.
No video update for J-Stars Victory VS today instead, you can feast your peepers on this awesome model unveiled in Tokyo recently. Located outside the Parco department store in the trendy shopping district area of Shibuya, the model features Luffy and Goku duking it out amongst some serious carnage and destruction.
The game looks set to be a fan favourite with the fighting crowd on both PS3 and the PS Vita. If you’re in town, the figures will be in place until March 23rd.
It seems like every day or every second day, there’s something new about the Shonen Jump/Namco Bandai fighting game, J-Stars Victory VS. And today is no exception, here’s the latest trailer which highlights on Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, Gon and Pegasus Seiya.
If you’ve been following Japandaman for a while now, you would know that we’re huge fans of games that cross series’ and franchises. Games like Project X Zone, Jump Super Stars and the upcoming J-Stars Victory VS really get excited and eager with anticipation.
Here’s a handful of new character trailer for the 45th anniversary Shonen Jump PS3/PS Vita game, J-Stars Victory VS which is looking amazing! The trailers give us a glimpse at Naruto, YuYu Hakusho‘s “Spirit Detective, Yuusuke Urameshi, Fist of the North Star‘s legendary martial artist Kenshiro, and Kankichi Ryotsu who you may know as the lead from a show that started back in 1976, Kochikame, a comedy cop show.
The trailers are practically streaming out of Namco Bandai HQ for J-Stars Victory VS, the game put together to celebrate Shonen Jump’s 45th anniversary.
The 5 th trailer was release yesterday and like the ones before it, it’s a doozy filled with great content. Catch the clip below and don’t forget to pick up the game by whatever means necessary when it releases on March 19 for the PS3 and the PS Vita.