Las animaciones de los cómics de estilo clásico de una de las series de manga japonés más famosas, combinadas con la increíble jugabilidad que siempre ofrece CAPCOM.
Atrévete con los 5 modos de juego cargados de minijuegos, 18 personajes, 3 estilos diferentes de lucha y descubre montones de movimientos especiales en el juego de lucha más colorista y espectacular que has visto.
Based on a famous manga, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure follows the story of Jotaro and his friends as they travel throughout the Far East in search of his mother's captor, Dio. Filling more than 40 volumes, the story of Jotaro Josuke's family (hence the name "Jojo") spans multiple generations and is one of Japan's longest-running series ever. The linchpin of the storyline is the relationship between the main characters and their "stands." Stands are psychic partners that...
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure adds a few more twists to the standard 2-D fighting genre, and the strangest are the sidekicks called Stands that each player has. These familiars occasionally enter the fray when the action heats up, and combined attacks with the characters and the Stands are the most powerful in the game. The onscreen action can get a little confusing since so many things are happening at once, but the simplistic controls help keep things manageable. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is not the best 2-D fighting game ever made--in fact, in many ways it seems downright dated when compared to superior 3-D fighters such as Soul Calibur and Dead or Alive 2. However, if you are seeking a simple fighting fix, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure does make a solid and colorful addition to the Dreamcast lineup.