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The best way to describe JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is that it's a strange and entertaining jaunt into the realm of fighting. If an attempt at something different while keeping the true spirit of Capcom fighting is what you're looking for then JoJo is for you. Have fun!
Jojo est un bon petit jeu de baston 2D, mais avec la DC on devient exigeants.
I find it hard to class JoJo's Bizarre Adventure in the same category as the likes of Soul Calibur and Street Fighters Zero 3, but I can't help but enjoy the thing. It's probably going to be a bit of a sleeper hit at the end of the day, with those who don't play it not really caring, but those who do really enjoying it. I'd give it a rental at the very least. If you've got Soul Calibur and are looking for something new, give it a try!
Ce jeu est inspiré du manga éponyme. Voilà qui devrait expliquer son succès au pays du Soleil-Levant. Dans l'Hexagone, ce ne sera qu'un jeu de baston en 2D de plus. Bien sûr, quelques fans d'animation japonaise seront intéressés, mais les autres...
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is a fairly decent package for the 2D fighting fan. It brings a bunch of new ideas to the table, and combines them with some genuine style and sharp character design. The gameplay's relative lack of depth will hurt the long term lifespan of the game, but it's still an unusual and entertaining cross between Street Fighter and the versus series.
A little too bizarre for its own good - despite trying to do something original. It just ends up being mediocre. Is that really what you want? IS IT?
JoJo Bizzarre Adventure è in definitiva un picchiaduro originale e ben realizzato. Un vero e proprio must per i tanti appassionati del manga che riesce comunque a meritare le attenzioni dei tanti estimatori del genere, grazie soprattutto al grande carisma dei suoi personaggi e alle novità che introduce con discreto successo.
In conclusione possiamo dire che JoJo Bizzarre Adventure è un picchiaduro originale e ben realizzato. Un vero must per i tanti appassionati del manga ma che riesce comunque a risultare appetibile anche a tutti gli amanti del genere grazie al grande carisma dei suoi personaggi e alle novità che riesce ad introdurre con discreto successo.
Fighting-game fans will either love or hate this game's weird characters and attacks, so rent before buying.
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I'd be lying if I said I "get" JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, because it really doesn't make sense to me on any level. Still, it's one of the more interesting fighting games I've played in some time. And with 2D fighters becoming such as rare commodity as of late, this unorthodox title is looking better all the time.
Un de plus, comme dirait Capcom. Le seul prétexte du jeu est la reprise de l'univers de Jojo avec une certaine fidélité mais du point de vue de la technique et de la jouabilité, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure fait un peu peine à voir.
Just like Capcom’s other big title of the moment, StreetFighter 3: Double Impact, you get two games on the one disc– Jojo’s Venture and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. The problem, though, is that the differences between the two are minimal and with the addition of more characters in the second game, you’ve got to question why the first is even included. Again, we think that Capcom might have done it just for that added ‘value’ factor. Ho hum. In the long run, it’s all a bit hit and miss – in trying to create something a bit different, Capcom seems to have proved just how stale games like this are getting. It’s not that we hate 2-D beatem- ups; after all, we can hardly wait for Marvel Vs Capcom 2 later in the year. No, the problem here is that no matter how hard we tried, we just couldn’t enjoy this one. At all. Is it just us getting old? Somehow, we doubt it very much…