JoJo's Bizarre Adventure originated as a Japanese manga beginning in the late 1980s, and has since become a beloved series in Japan. The original videogame came to America in 2000 for the PlayStation and Dreamcast, and it is now being re-released in HD similar to what was done for Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition.
Unlike that release, however, this version of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure hardly seems like a drastic jump in quality. The game comes with an added online mode and visual filter, but at $20, it costs more than games like SFIII: TSOE or Skullgirls, and contains less features to boot!
I do believe the only apt word to appropriately describe this game and its HD release is ... strange.