Japanese crossover fighting game J-STARS Victory VS + heads to Europe

One Piece! Naruto! Dragon Ball Z! Fist of the North Star! More!

Well this is one game we never expected to make it outside Japan.

Bandai Namco has confirmed crossover fighting game J-STARS Victory VS +, which launched in Japan in March 2014, will launch in Europe during the summer of 2015. That's for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Vita.

J-STARS Victory VS + includes manga and anime characters from Shonen Jump Magazine. Characters include Kenshiro and Raoh from Fist of the North Star, Goku, Vegeta and Frieza from Dragon Ball, Naruto from, yes, Naruto, and a couple of character's from Jo-Jo's Bizarre Adventure.

The game, made by Spike Chunsoft, includes a story mode, a 2v2 team battle mode and an arcade mode. The latter is added for the international release.

The teaser trailer is below. But below that is a more in-depth video showing off gameplay from the Japanese version.

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