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J-Stars Victory Vs
Kanji Jスターズ ビクトリーバーサス
Romaji J Sutāzu Bikutorī Bāsasu
Developer Namco Bandai Games turds
Publisher Namco Bandai Games
Genre Action, Crossover
Platform PlayStation 3
PlayStation Vita
Release Date March 9, 2014
Official Site Official Site
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J-Stars Victory Vs is an action tag team fighting game that acts as a crossover between characters from the many manga universes of Shonen Jump. The game is meant to commemorate the 45th anniversary of Shonen Jump.


It was first announced in December 2012, in the second 2013 issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, where Namco Bandai Games stated that they would be releasing Project Versus J, the "ultimate Jump game," next year. The announcement depicts One Piece's Monkey D. Luffy, Dragon Ball's Son Goku, and Toriko's title character. It was later officially named J-Stars Victory VS. A regular copy of the PS3 version will cost 7,980 yen (about US$80), while a limited edition (Anison Sound Edition) will cost 10,980 yen (about US$110). The normal edition of the PS Vita version will cost 6,980 yen, while a limited edition copy will retail for 9,980 yen (about US$100).

Hironobu Kageyama, Akira Kushida, and Hiroshi Kitadani are singing the game's theme song "Fighting Stars." People who pre-order the game will receive the J-Stars Victory Book, a volume bound like a Jump Comics book and filled with information and visuals of Jump heroes over the years. A free augmented-reality (AR) app lets you see the Jump heroes in your surroundings on the PS Vita.

Confirmed Characters[]

Playable (39)[]

Support (13)[]


Characters making a cameo in the game as either attacks, in the background, etc.

  • Babaa (Chinyuki: Taro to Yukaina Nakama Tachi) (In attacks)
  • Jiji (Chinyuki: Taro to Yukaina Nakama Tachi)
  • Gen Yuzuru (Chinyuki: Taro to Yukaina Nakama Tachi)
  • Mari Otoko (Chinyuki: Taro to Yukaina Nakama Tachi)
  • Nami (One Piece)
  • Usopp (One Piece)
  • Tony Tony Chopper (One Piece)
  • Ohara Daijiro (Kochikame) (In attacks)
  • Keiichi Nakagawa (Kochikame)
  • Reiko Katherine Akimoto (Kochikame)
  • Shimura Shinpachi (Gintama)
  • Katsura Kotarou (Gintama)
  • Otose (Gintama)
  • Hilda (Beelzebub)
  • Aoi Kunieda (Beelzebub)
  • Alaindelon (Beelzebub)
  • Don Patch (Bobobo bo-bo Bobo) (In attacks)
  • Heppokomaru (Bobobo bo-bo Bobo)
  • Beauty (Bobobo bo-bo Bobo)
  • Tokoro Tennosuke (Bobobo bo-bo Bobo)
  • Gatchan (Dr.Slump)
  • Senbei Norimaki (Dr. Slump)
  • Turbo Norimaki (Dr. Slump)
  • Midori Norimaki (Dr. Slump)
  • Karin-sama (Dragon Ball)
  • Kaio-sama (Dragon Ball)
  • Kame Sennin (Dragon Ball)
  • Coco (Toriko)
  • Komatsu (Toriko)
  • Sunny (Toriko)
  • Kyōsuke Tamamo (Hell Teacher Nube)
  • Kyōko Inaba (Hell Teacher Nube)
  • Miki Hosokawa (Hell Teacher Nube)
  • Shun Kaidou (Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan)
  • Riki Nendou (Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan)
  • Kokomi Terahashi (Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan)
  • Tetsuya 2 (Kuroko no Basuke)
  • Taiga Kagami (Kuroko no Basuke)
  • Riko Aida (Kuroko no Basuke)
  • Kamiya Kaoru (Rurouni Kenshin)
  • Sagara Sanosuke (Rurouni Kenshin)
  • Myōjin Yahiko (Rurouni Kenshin)
  • Leorio Paladinight (Hunter X Hunter)
  • Beans (Hunter X Hunter)
  • Kurapika (Hunter X Hunter)
  • Kyoya Hibari (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!)
  • Hayato Gokudera (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!)
  • Kyoko Sasagawa (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!)
  • Hammer (Pyu to Fuku! Jaguar)
  • Hamidento (Pyu to Fuku! Jaguar)
  • Billy (Pyu to Fuku! Jaguar)
  • Hatake Kakashi (Naruto)
  • Gaara (Naruto)
  • Haruno Sakura (Naruto)
  • Sasuke Tsubaki (Sket Dance)
  • Sōjirō Agata (Sket Dance)
  • Moe Yabasawa (Sket Dance)
  • Kon (Bleach)
  • Yoruichi Shihōin (Bleach)
  • Kisuke Urahara (Bleach)
  • Saori Kido / Athena (Saint Seiya)
  • Aries Mu (Saint Seiya)
  • Libra Dohko (Saint Seiya)
  • Sawamura Daichi (Haikyuu)
  • Nishinoya Yuu (Haikyuu)
  • Kageyama Tobio (Haikyuu)
  • Koenma (Yū Yū Hakusho)
  • Botan (Yū Yū Hakusho)
  • Genkai (Yū Yū Hakusho)
  • Yu Kanda (D Gray-Man)
  • Lenalee Lee (D Gray-Man)
  • Lavi (D Gray-Man)
  • Hitoyoshi Zenkichi (Medaka Box)
  • Shiranui Hansode (Medaka Box)
  • Ajimu Najimi (Medaka Box)
  • Tadaomi Karasuma (Assassination Classroom)
  • Nagisa Shiota (Assassination Classroom)
  • Irina Jelavic (Assassination Classroom)
  • Katsuragi Yako (Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro)
  • Shinobu Godai (Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro)
  • Eishi Sasazuka (Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro)
  • Superstarman (Tottemo! Luckyman)
  • Yotchan (Tottemo! Luckyman)
  • Lucky-Wan (Tottemo! Luckyman)

Cut Characters[]

There are incomplete data showing 4 characters it is believed that these 4 characters were planned to be in the game at some point, but were ultimately scrapped 1 was gonna be a support character while the other 3 were gonna be playable these characters are as followed.

Playable (3)[]

  • Jotaro Kujo (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
  • DIO (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
  • Dai (DRAGON QUEST: The Adventure of Dai)

Support (1)[]

Battle Stages (12)[]

Anison Sound Edition Songs (21)[]

Toriko's Gameplay[]

Toriko is a damage focused character. His moveset displays a wide amount of techniques, but his speciality is close range. Nonetheless, he can display some helpful long range moves as well. Toriko is not specially a speed character, but he can deal great damage with only one attack. Unlike the rest of the characters, Toriko cannot perform double jump. However, he has long jump, that varies its height depending on how long the jump button was pressed.

Toriko's basic combo is a Knife and Leg Knife combo that usually ends in the long range Flying Leg Knife if connected properly. The strong combo is a combination of Fork and Knife, focusing specially in Fork to penetrate the opponent's defense. The basic air move is a falling Knife, this move is somehow hard to connect.

Toriko's area attack is a spinning Knife, that covers omnidirectionally Toriko's close range. His Guard Break move is a powerful Fork that can easily breaks the opponents defense. 

Toriko special abilities consumes stamina, but can be very useful in combat. There are three of them.

The first one is the Flying Leg Knife, his most powerful ranged move. Toriko sends Leg Knife that is projected trough the air. This move can travel long distances before it connects its target and is quite convenient at range combat.

His second special ability is his Homing Flying Fork. Toriko sends a Flying Fork that homes (presumably using Toriko's smell) to the opponent regardless of the direction. The only way to dodge this attack is to move right before it homes the target. This attack is also the special move command if done airborne.

His third special ability is hard to control, but is the strongest move Toriko has (aside from his Victory Burst move): the Kugi Punch. This move can be charged so it can release a 36-fold strike at max power. Obviously, depending on the time used to charge it, the amount of hits differs. This attack has a very short range, however, while charging it, Toriko can be moved by steps to reach his target. An useful way to attack with the Kugi Punch is to rapidly release it at the final of another attack or combo. 

Toriko's way to charge stamina is the Guts!! Guts!! move. With this, Toriko eats a piece of meat that rapidly fulls his stamina bar. If charged for long time, Toriko even begins to heal himself. The drawback of the Guts!! Guts!! is that when finished, Toriko thanks the meal, something that leaves him wide open to be attacked. Using this move, Toriko can even double the stamina bar he starts with.

If the guard button is pressed right before being attacked, Toriko uses his Fork Shield, that not only protects him, but also shocks the opponent, leaving Toriko in a advantage to counter attack. The Fork Shield consumes stamina.

Finally, Toriko's Victory Burst is the 100-Ren Twin Kugi Punch. When triggered, Toriko charges at the opponent, striking with a 8-hits combo of Knife, Fork, Leg Knife and Leg Fork to finally end it with the 100-Ren Twin Kugi Punch, that if connected properly deals 100 hits (plus the previous 8 hits, makes it a 108-hits combo) and halves the health bar of the target. If the first 8-hits combo does not connect properly, however, the Twin Kugi Punch is not relaesed.

Zebra's Moveset[]

  • Melee Weak Combo (weak combo)
  • Melee Strong Combo (strong combo)
  • Sound Bazooka (area move)
  • Throw (guard break)
  • Voice Missile (special move; can be shot multiple times)
  • Thunder Noise (special move; sets a sound ball in the air, anyone passing beneath it will be paralysed)
  • Oto Kabe (special move; a sound wall set in the stage, stops anything trying to cross it, except for Zebra)
  • Gattsu! Gattsu! (stamina charge)
  • Koedama (guard block)
  • Meteor Noise (ultimate move)




J-Stars Victory Vs - Toriko Moveset

Toriko's Moveset


J-Stars Victory Vs Trailer 4

Trailer 4


J-Stars Victory Vs Trailer 3 - Koro Sensei Neuro Version

Trailer 3 - Koro Sensei/Neuro Version


J-Stars Victory Vs CM 1 - Web Version

CM 2 - Web Version


J-Stars Victory Vs CM 2

CM 2


J-Stars Victory Vs Trailer 3

Trailer 3


J-Stars Victory Vs Trailer 2

Trailer 2


J-Stars Victory Vs Trailer 1 - 0822ver

Trailer 1 - 0822ver


J-Stars Victory Vs Trailer 1

Trailer 1


J-Stars Victory Vs CM 1

CM 1

File:J-Stars Victory Vs. Goku vs Naruto Gameplay - TGS 2013

TGS 2013 Gameplay


J-Stars Victory VS Toriko Gameplay


  • Toriko, Zebra, and Koro-sensei are the only playable characters in the game that cannot perform double jump.
  • Toriko, Goku and Luffy have different renders that were seen in the very first trailer of the game and these would appear in the game but when characters summon victory brust.
  • Statues of both Toriko and Zebra appear in the Katsushika City stage.

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