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PlayStation - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future - The #1 source for video game sounds on the internet! The update, titled JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage For The Future in Japan and just JoJo's Bizarre Adventure everywhere else, added more characters to the roster, made the formerly unplayable sub-boss Vanilla Ice playable, as well as adding 4 more hidden characters to the 2 that were already there, making for a nicely sized cast of 22 (although 1 character remains unplayable).

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STORY:Based on the manga's third main story arc, StardustCrusaders, the game follows a Japanese teenager named Jotaro Kujo, who hasdeveloped a supernatural ability known as a 'Stand'. Approached by hisgrandfather, Joseph Joestar, Jotaro learns that this power is the result of theinfluence of the sworn enemy of the Joestar family, a vampire named Dio Brando.As his mother's life is put in danger when she starts developing a Stand thatshe can't control, Jotaro and Joseph go on a quest to destroy Dio so they cancure her.

: In December 1998, Capcom turned the popular Shonen Jump comic book series by Hirohiko Araki into a next-gen 2D fightinggame. This game was actually the first piece of JoJo related mediain North America, exposing the characters to the western audience forthe first time ever. The first JJBA fighting game was originallyreleased in arcades in 1998 on the CPS3 arcade system, known outside of Japansimply as 'JoJo's Venture'.
An updated version of the game was released in 1999 as 'JoJo's BizarreAdventure: Heritage for the Future'. FUN FACTS: This title was the 6thand final game released for the CPS-3 board and was developed by the same teamresponsible for the Street Fighter III series.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure for the Dreamcast contains 2 discs, the originalversion of the game (JoJo's Venture) and the updated version (JoJo'sBizarre Adventure). The games are essentially the same, but the second discfeatures many additional characters. While a bit... hmm, what's the word... ahh, BIZARRE, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure offersa truly unique art style, and some very innovative gameplay for the time period.Basically, each character has an alter-ego or 'stand' whichthe player can also control during battle.

The artwork is simply stunning.

Jojo's Bizarre Adventure
uses a 4-button controllayout, consisting of threeattack buttons (light, medium & strong). A fourth 'Stand' button switches thefighter's stand on & off. Fighting with a Stand'on' improves each character's offensive and defensive abilities indifferent ways (depending on the character). With a stand in the battle, therespective character can gain various power-ups, such as: double jumping, powered-up specialmoves, new combo possibilities, etc.
Another interesting and cool aspect of Jojo'sgameplay is 'clashing,' which occurs if two attacks of the samestrength collide at the same time. This initiates a rarely seen but coollooking 'Blazing Fists' mode, where players simply mash the attack buttons todecide who will receive the damage. It's kinda mindless, but somehow suits thenature of the game... and certainly lookspretty awesome.

The smooth and particularly stylish animationis no doubt one of the game's best attributes. The off-the-wall character designs offer an interesting change of pace in the fightinggenre. If you're not familiar with the manga, the designs of JoJo's BizzareAdventure will leave you with plenty of 'WTF' moments. However,the cast has translated into fighting game characters amazingly well, through theclever eyes of Capcom designers. Even if you're a total newb to the series,you should find a character or two that you enjoy playing as.
To get newcomers even more acquainted with the characters, the home versions of thegame include a pretty decent Story Mode, based on part 3 of the manga (StardustCrusaders). Each main character has his or her ownstory path, and there are even a few fun mini-games sprinkled in among thebattles and text to keep things interesting. For the record, the best home version of the game is no doubtthe Dreamcast version.

Page Updated:July 11th, 2021
Developer(s): Capcom
Publisher(s): Capcom
Artwork by:Hirohiko Araki
Platform(s): Arcade,Dreamcast, PlayStation, PS3, Xbox 360
Release Date(s): 1998/ Arcade
1999 Dreamcast/PS1
2000 Dreamcast/PS1
Aug. 21st, 2012PSN - as JJBA: HD
Aug. 22nd, 2012XBL - as JJBA: HD
Characters: Jotaro Kujo,Joseph Joestar,Dio Brando, Kakyoin,Avdol,Polnareff,Chaca,Midler,HolHorse, Mahrahia,Iggy,Alessy,D'Bo,Petshop,RubberSoul, Shadow Dio, Vanilla Ice, Khan, Young Joseph

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Related Games:JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle, Persona 4 Arena, BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, Guilty Gear, Guilty Gear X, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, Hokuto No Ken, SengokuBasara X, AquaPazza, Arcana Heart, Darkstalkers, Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter III: New Generation, The King of Fighters '98, Daraku Tenshi - The Fallen Angels, Martial Masters
GameplayEngine 8.0 / 10
Story/ Theme 8.5 / 10
OverallGraphics 9.0 / 10
Animation 8.0 / 10
Music/ Sound Effects 7.0 / 10
Innovation 8.5 / 10
Art Direction 9.5 / 10
Customization 7.0 / 10
Options / Extras 7.5 / 10
Intro / Presentation 8.5 / 10
Replayability / Fun 7.0 / 10
'Ouch' Factor 7.5 / 10
Characters 7.5 / 10


Review based on Dreamcastversion

Final Words:

It definitely isn't the most fun or mostbalanced 2D fighter, but Jojo's BizarreAventure is a solid and very flashy fighting game. It's definitely unlike any other 2D fighter you'veever seen,and also offers some wildly unique gameplay elements. The overall gameplay is slower paced than some of the top 2D fightersout at the time, but thereis a solid gameplay system in place. Dedicated players will find plenty of stylish-looking andfun combos that can be performed (including some very very cheap ones, too. lol).
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure
has bizarre in the title for a reason... the art style alonemight make you feel like you're on some sort of drugs. As fighting gamecharacters, some of the cast may be too bizarre for their own good(in my opinion), but the series does offer some very memorable designs(and insane moves) that you simply can't find anywhere else.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is actually more like a work-of-art in motion than anythingelse. I found it to be a fun fighting game for a while, but to me it didn't havethe lasting appeal of other2D fighters of the time. In any case, it's a very unique 2D fighter, and aclassic that should not be missed.
At San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Capcom announced JoJo's Bizarre Adventure HD as a re-release for PSN &XBL. The updated version was released on Aug. 21st-22nd and features an HD graphics filteralong with online play. In September of 2013, the spiritual successor of thefirst JJBA fighting game, JoJo'sBizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle was released on PlayStation 3. Unlike Heritage For the Future, All-Star Battle features characters and scenes from every chapter of the long-running series.
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