Considering Bandai Namco's experience in creating fighting titles, Jump Force is a disappointing release that is not worthy of WSJ magazine's name.
Review in Persian | Read full review
While it can be enjoyable, Jump Force's power level is nowhere near 9000.
Overall Jump Force does several things well, but where it falls short it is noticeable. If you're a big fan of the various Jump Shonen franchises than this is a fun ride for you, if you're looking for an online fighting game, look elsewhere. Having your custom character fight side on the same team as Luffy from One Piece or Midoriya from My Hero Academy is great. The characters from their shows are done very well and look great. Customizing of your character is well done and gives you some good variety. The story is ok and could've been better. The biggest let down comes in the online play and horrid connections. The game clocks in at $59.99 USD on Steam.
Explain it in plain English even though all of us speak Japanese
Review in Persian | Read full review
Despite having 50 years of legacy to work from, this manga mash-up feels like a rush job. The combat offers basic fun, but as a complete package, Jump Force is a flop.Jack Ridsdale
Jump Force features a nice mix of characters from Shonen Jump's storied history of franchises for manga fans. The visuals feel a bit off for manga crossover and elements of the game feel quite rough around the edges. Gameplay is also a bit too simple but does make for some fast-paced action. Manga fans intrigued by dream matches between their favorite characters might still want to give this one a shot as this type of game doesn't come around often. Unlike many of the protagonists that show up in this game, however, Jump Force doesn't quite break its limits to realize its full potential.
Even well-known manga heroes together can't assure fine entertainment in this fighting game. However it's still good to meet Goku, Luffy or Naruto.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Jump Force unites big Shonen Jump series for fighting. However story and character is terrible. But if you are big anime or manga fan, you should play this game.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
Jump Force is primarily intended for fans of manga and anime
Review in Arabic | Read full review
Jump Force is a highly anticipated game, but it has not exceeded my expectations. I was fascinated with the amount of playable characters, but they don't have well-made models, and they don't demonstrate any lively emotion. It's frustrating that a game with so much potential was launched with so many aspects to be improved. About the fighting, the commands are easy but the inputlag is huge and disrupts the gameplay.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
An epic clash between the some of manga's most famous characters shouldn't be this dull, frankly.
Jump Force is another primitive product created to make some quick cash on most loyal fans.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Jump Force is an interesting showcase for anime crossover fights. The story is very shallow and repetitive, but the combat is still enjoyable. Characters suffer from odd design choices, but the Japanese voice acting is great.
Jump Force could have been another great fighter but is held back by dreadful animation, a tiresome main hub, questionable mechanics and a lackluster story. Fans looking for the next great thing in Anime Fighters will likely be left unimpressed and wanting.
Hindered by a series of uninspired and questionable design choices, and little to no attention in key areas, Jump Force is a fun enough game manages to shine in brief, sporadic moments. A more bitter than sweet experience.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Jump Force has all the ingredients of an epic manga crossover, but fails to execute them in a memorable way
Jump Force, ultimately, is a title that doesn't do much to sway non-anime fans and will leave its faithful needing more, with its slow story pacing, uninspired combat and plenty of technical issues meaning its true potential may never be realised.
Jump Force is a very disappointing game and not only because of the choice to set the narrative on our planet. The low-deep combat system and the clumsy technical department outline a raw game, though full of interesting material to draw on. Paradoxically, the singular artistic direction is only the last of the problems of the game, which sees in its encyclopedic nature the only true good element.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Jump Force was a game I was really looking forward to playing this year. Being a huge fan of the Xenoverse games like you may have guessed already judging by the number of times I mentioned them, Jump Force takes that formula and tries to fit the square peg in a round hole.
Jump Force tries once again to bring characters from the most popular Shonan Jump franchises together, but once again fails to find balance with its characters and its mechanics. There is fun to be had, but when you dig deep into Jump Force it starts to show just how unpolished it truly is.