Should J-Stars vs Victory be ported for the Nintendo Switch?

J-Stars Victory VS was a fighting game that was released back in ’14 for the PS3 which saw a mixture of various characters from the Shonen Jump manga series. There are many people who believe that J-Stars Victory VS was a video game that should have been released on game systems outside of the PS3 & PS4. Some people are surprised that J-Stars Victory VS never appeared on game systems such as the Wii-U or even Microsoft Windows during the mid part of the 10’s decade. J-Stars Victory VS was an epic fighting game that featured iconic anime/manga characters from Dragon Ball Z, Naruto, One Piece, Bleach, Fist Of North Star, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and more. Despite, J-Stars Victory VS not sell as much people thought it would the game was still an exciting multiplayer video game. One if the key points of criticism for J-Stars Victory VS was the absence of a story mode; which would explain why characters such as Goku, Naruto, Rukia Kuchiki, Hisoka all in one game together. The blending of characters and universes seemed random in J-Stars Victory VS despite the game itself looking great and being fun to play overall.

If a game like J-Stars Victory VS was ported to the Nintendo Switch the question is or not it would be a huge attraction. Following its release in ’14 PS3/PS4 J-Stars Victory VS was initially a big attraction to fans of the Shonen Jump series. But in terms of gameplay critics have argued that the gameplay is too repetitive and eventually gets boring after a while which has a degree of true to it. The inclusion of more offline game modes could have added to the overall replay value of J-Stars Victory VS. As far as J-Stars Victory VS being ported for the Nintendo Switch is concerned it seems like something that is highly unlikely at the moment. As it currently stands the demand to have J-Stars Victory VS ported for the Nintendo Switch is not very high; and it would probably be overshadowed by various other first party titles that are featured on the hybrid console.

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