Posted on Monday, July 16th, 2012 at 9:24 AM by Guest
Capcom announced this morning that a HD version of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure would be heading to Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network as of August 22nd.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure was first seen on the Dreamcast over eight years ago however with the new HD makeover that it’s getting, Capcom seen fit to add in some more goodies for fans of this fighting game. Not only will it include stunning HD visuals and the same mechanics that is seen in other Capcom titles that are on the market just now, it’s set to include an all new multiplayer lobby system where you can compete with up to eight players. Players will have to battle to stay in the game and keep their place as the losers have to sit down and watch the rest of the fights. Victory isn’t just the start of it, you can then save your winning move via the new video function that JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure offers and share it with other players online!
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is based on the popular Japanese manga series and the story is centered around the powerful Joestar family, including well known hero Jotaro Kujo. Players of the game will be able to use powerful super combos to defeat their enemies and also perform special attack with their characters by unleashing their supernatural powers, known as Stand’s. Just like it did in the manga, each character will have their own Stand to use in game which offers a strategic layer of fighting.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is out August 22nd on Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network at the cost of 1600 MS points and £15.99 respectively.
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