Reviews and Problems with JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
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1 January 2014
Summary: Fantastic and deep fighting game that fans will enjoy. Amazing gameplay, characters, and everything in between. If you're looking for a fighting game to play with friends, this is it, especially being a big fan of the series
Summary: Jojo's Bizarre Adventure for PSX was a solid 10/10 for me. However the "Hd Remake" just adds lines over the original sprites and a fancy border, even removing the original charming menu system. The fighting mechanics still hold up as something interesting with different characters having different types of stands although some characters are just reused sprites and the HD Version takes out the ability to actually unlock any characters.
Summary: Same arcade version, with some "fancy" graphics filters. I just love this game since I played the PSX version, the battle sistem still fresh. I have a 14 years old cousin, he had never played Jojo before. We are used to play MVC3, SSF4 Arcade, KOFXIII, Blazblue. But after the first time that he played Jojo, he just wanna play Jojo.
Summary: If you're a fan of old Capcom fighting games then this title is for you! Not as glitzy as the Street Fighter series yet it's got a great feel to it and the characters are all unique and personal. If you bond with a certain character's play style, chances are you'll stick with that character. The artwork is amazing for the time it was released.
Summary: I loved this game since was released for PSX. I still like the style, the humor, and characters of the manga this game is based, but defently the game has become old (and in a kindda bad way). Much of the characters are quite the same character, recycling much sprites and moves, but they have style. ¿The game is expensive? I think is not THAT expensive.
Summary: If you bought this crap you are contributing to the downfall of the gaming industry as a whole. We CAN NOT ALLOW companies like Capcom to push out rehashes and charge a premium price for them. This game is in NO WAY worth $20. DO NOT BUY IT.
Summary: This is DLC gaming at its finest. Sony, Microsoft and Capcom decided to test your patience and deliver a game that you would think is five bucks, an OLD Dreamcast title not even redone nor touched, and charge twenty bucks for it. They did it just to be funny. Some of you will buy anything.
Summary: A twenty dollar Dreamcast game that wasn't even redone. Yes, Microsoft has officially gone insane. This is Capcom and MS teaming up together with an average game from a dozen or so years ago, and knowing full well there are going to be some of you who actually buy this. They thank you.
Summary: When my cousin Saud lend me this game for a while & tried playing it on my PS3, I was really amused , cause , how they made it, it's somewhat, different from any other fighting games I've played in the past, like just press square button then you'll full combo attack, simple as that, no need for complicated buttons like in Tatsunoko Vs Capcom to perform one combo, it's the way I like it to be.