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I was. I was talking about both.
Oh, well I still stand by on what I said regarding both subjects.
So, how do ya think the story is going to be? All we know at the moment is that the Jump world and the real world has merged, and that Light is one of, if not the main villain. Also, who do you expect to appear in the game's story as an important NPC?
Not really. He needs a target to make it work, but it needn't be Light. It turns his secret into a bomb, but he would be able to trigger it by spilling the beans to basically anyone.
Still, he'd need to know he's in trouble first before he'd consider using it.
Edited by Enlong on Jul 4th 2018 at 1:36:25 PM
Thank you for that correction.
I donít know if itíll happen but I want the King of Games, Yami Yugi, in Jump Force. If heís not playable then at least make him the Big Good who counters Light alongside Nūbē or Athena.
Seiya has a better chance of getting in than Yami does, but will he have the original bronze cloth or the new bronze cloth?
As for which Jojo i want, Jotaro or Joseph. I donít care whether itís young or old Joseph.
If anyone's gonna be the Big Good it better be L. He's Lights nemesis & one of the few people who can match him in wits.
Plus he is one of the most popular characters in DN & in some cases more popular than Light himself.
I too would love to see Yami Yugi return after skipping out on J Stars Victory VS. I would also love to see Joey Wheeler but, as much as I don't like the guy, it wouldn't make sense to have Yu-Gi-Oh! be represented and not feature Seto Kaiba.
Well, Yami does have moveset potential from the old DS game. Let's just hope Konami and Topps can make a deal with Bamco to let the license in this time. I dunno if Joey would be playable, but if he is in the game somehow, he has to do the face.
You know the one.
Bites The Dust isn't even broken, it's easily the least strong final villain stand power by a mile and has a huge exploitable weakness.
Why would Wheeler get in over than Kaiba?
& yes to the face
Edited by agent-trunks on Jul 5th 2018 at 4:30:15 AM
He most likely wouldn't, I just would like Joey more because he's my favorite character.
I see, best of luck for Joey's chances then.
So, I just wanna ask because I'm curious; Has anybody here read Kojiro of the Fuma Clan, Tsuide ni Tonchinkan, and/or Chameleon Jail? If so, which characters from those Manga do you think should be in Jump Force?
Well since I've come to hate both manga & anime with passion now, I can't say but no character shouldn't be allow to be in this game. Everyone should have a viable chance to be in the game, relevance & popularity be damned.
I haven't read those series, but looking them up, they seem pretty interesting...
Edited by Rinsankajugin on Jul 5th 2018 at 1:11:08 PM
You're going to have to be more specific, what are you whating about?
Just a pretty odd thing to start with, but you're right. Since Jump Force is about celebrating 50 years of Jump, then popularity shouldn't really be an issue for various series to make it in. If anything, the only thing stopping any series from being added is either game licensing or creator permission.
That means series like The Legend of Dai or Shaman King are a no-go.
Edited by Rinsankajugin on Jul 6th 2018 at 2:34:08 PM
When did Shaman King have licensing issues?
Did they mention how many characters might be in this game?
Nothing yet, but I'm hoping for a lot.
The creator took Shaman King with him and is working under another publisher, and unlike Buronson with Fist of the North Star, Hiroyuki doesn't want to be connected to Shueisha anymore for whatever reason.
Not sure, but since J-Stars had 39 playable characters and 13 assists, I'm expecting around 50 characters for Jump Force, maybe 60, with some of those returning assists becoming playable like Rukia. And that's not including story-only characters like Light.
Edited by Rinsankajugin on Jul 6th 2018 at 3:31:32 AM
And here I thought copyright was more loose in Japan.
Sure would be nice if there were 60 characters.
I know there is some games for other SJ manga like My Hero One's Justice and Black Clover Quartet Knights that are coming out relatively close, does that effect if their characters can appear or is there a big enough difference?
Edited by jormis29 on Jul 6th 2018 at 8:28:54 PM
Pretty sure it won't, J-Stars came out around the time some new DBZ, One Piece, Naruto and Jojo games came out. If anything, the developers of those games could help Spike figure out movesets for characters like Deku, Asta and the others.
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