JoJo All Star Battle is the most fabulous game not at E3 - destructoid

JoJo All Star Battle is the most fabulous game not at E3

11:29 AM on 06.10.2013

Josh Tolentino

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle is heading to the PS3, one of the "old" consoles. But I'd bet good money that even after E3 is over, after Microsoft and Sony have blown their game loads all over the internet, it'll still be the most stylish, fabulous game in the room. 

I'd like to think Namco Bandai and Cyberconnect2 (they of Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm fame) are confident enough in that fabulousness that they'd release a new five-minute trailer mere hours before E3 kicks off officially. Is their confidence warranted? Check out the trailer and judge for yourself, and then once the pressers are done, see if anything that was on the big stages can compare.




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6:00 PM on 03.26.2014
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle update

This JoJo's Bizarre Adventure limited edition is worth over 2000

6000 Swarovski crystals
1:00 AM on 02.28.2014
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle update

Jojo's Bizzare Adventure hits Europe on April 25

Australasia too!
3:00 PM on 11.04.2013
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle update

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure enters the ring in spring 2014

Also, new trailer!
3:00 PM on 02.17.2013
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle update

JoJo's All Star Battle gets a release date, fab box art

And an equally fab limited edition box

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