E3 2016: Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: EoH out Soon!

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

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Bandai Namco sent out a few pieces of information today to remind us that the excitement that is Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven is coming out very soon. And, just in case you’ve forgotten, here’s a few facts to prepare you for this tizzying fighter:

  • The game features a brand-spanking new 2 on 2 fighting system with fast paced action and ridiculous poses
  • That battle arenas are much bigger this time around with level gimmicks coming out the wazoo
  • 8 Chapters of the ongoing manga will be covered with over 50 characters representing the entire series
  • New co-operative battles allow you to team up and unleash dumbfounding Dual Heat Attacks
  • The anime adaptation of “Diamond is Unbreakable” was recently announced to push the synergy of this succulent series
  • And last and unfortunately least, the North American release is digital only (boo!)

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Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: EoH punches its way into our homes and hearts and PS4s in just a few weeks; June 28, to be exact. Will you be there at the bazaar to pick up this bizarre brawler?

 

 

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