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You Win A J-Stars Victory Vs. Bout When The Win Gauge Is Full



J-Stars Victory Vs. has two on two fights with Shonen Jump characters like Luffy and Ichigo. A round continues until one team fills up their Win gauge. The meter on the top left is your team’s Win gauge and the meter on the top right is the other team’s Win gauge. The bottom left shows your character’s life and stamina meters. The bottom right has a map and the stage, Planet Namek in this screenshot. Players accumulate some meter in their your Win gauge by knocking out opponents. Knocked out characters are automatically revived until the match ends.


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There are four types of attacks in J-Stars Victory Vs.:

Normal attacks (top left) – your basic move. These are fast attacks that do not consume stamina.

Power attack (top right) – slow, but powerful strikes that can also break an opponent’s guard. Uses stamina.

Ranged attacks (bottom left) – long range attacks that deal a lot of damage. Also uses stamina. Enemies can sidestep these attacks.

Special attacks (bottom right) – signature character moves like Ichigo’s Getsuga Tenshou.


Characters have their own play styles too. Goku and Ichigo are mobile fighters that specialize in battling in the air. Luffy and Toriko prefer to rush into combat and unleash barrages of attacks against their enemies. Kenshin and Naruto specialize in fighting two opponents at the same time.


J-Stars Victory Vs. is in development for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.


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