Ever wanted to set Luffy against Naruto? Or maybe Deku against Vageta? In Jump Force you can do just that! … but that’s about all you can do. Find out more in our Jump Force Gameplay and Review video below.
Platform Used For Jump Force Gameplay and Review: Metabox Prime P650RP-G, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 VRAM with G-Sync, Intel Core i7-6700HQ Processor (6M Cache up to 3.50 GHz), 16GB DDR4 2133MHZ (1 x 16GB)
Developer: Spike Chunsoft
Genre: Action, Fighting
Jump Force Gameplay and Review on YouTube
When I first heard about Jump Force, I was so excited! The graphics were stunning and the concept seemed super cool to me as I’m such a huge fan of Anime.
As soon as I started playing I was super impressed with the cinematic sequences and got so pumped about playing. But then I got directed through the tutorial and found the controls are absolutely horrid on a keyboard! Not owning a game controller, I ploughed on and found the mechanics to be very rigid.
Jump Force is the first game of 2019 to ruin my drams.
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Jump Force Score
2 stars – beautiful graphics but clunky mechanics and rigid gameplay make for a very disappointing release
- Super amazing graphics
- Special moves will make you wet your pants with desire
- Pretty decent character customisation
- Combat is rigid and very unflexible
- Facial animations are weird in that the characters expressions don’t change
- Mouth movements match the voices worse than badly dubbed Kung Fu movies
- The character you create doesn’t talk
- All character attacks are just cut/copies of one another except for different attack ranges