J-Stars Victory VS+ English website opened, first character trailers released

Jump 20th anniversary fighting game out this summer.

J-Stars Victory VS+

Bandai Namco has opened the official English website for J-Stars Victory VS+, and with it released a set of new character videos.

Today’s videos cover Dragon Ball Z, Dr. Slump, Tottemo! Luckyman, Beelzebub, and Chinyuuki. Future updates should bring videos for Bleach, Assassination Classroom, One Piece, Saint Seiya, Toriko, Hunter X Hunter, and more.

J-Stars Victory VS+ is due out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita in North America and Europe this summer.

Watch the videos below.

Dragon Ball Z

The Dragon Balls: seven mysterious orbs with the power to grant their wielder any wish. When Goku Son and friends set out on a perilous quest to find them, what ensues is a much-loved adventure story of friendship, the will to succeed, and awesome battle mayhem.

Dr. Slump vs. Tottemo! Luckyman

Dr. Slump

An outlandish story that charts the exploits of eccentric inventor Senbei Norimaki and his little girl robot Arale. The king of “gag mangas,” readers young and old have been catching up on the adventures of penguin village since the strip was first serialized in 1980.

Tottemo! Luckyman

Yoichi Tsuitenai never had anything but rotten luck. That is, until a freak accident turned him into Luckyman, a superhero who fights evil armed with nothing but the power of good fortune! A comedy strip boasting an unforgettable cast of outlandish superheroes.

Beelzebub vs. Chinyuuki


After accidentally saving the son of Demon Lord Beelzebub, juvenile delinquent Tatsumi Oga reluctantly finds himself playing adoptive father to the devilish baby. A heart-warming title packed full of squabbles, child rearing, and battles to the death!


In this comedy parody of a journey to the west, tyrannical and arrogant assassin Taro Yamada is turned into a half-monkey, half-child…thing by a monk called Genjo. The story chronicles their hilarious ups-and-downs on their journey to the western paradise of Tenjiku.

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