Directed by Toyokazu Sakamoto. With Katsuya Konishi, Masako Nozawa, RyÃ´ Horikawa, Takeshi Kusao. When the real world and anime world collide with each other, many heroes from the “Shonen Jump” anthology team up and fight whoever is causing this unusual event.
Normally I wouldn’t have bothered with this game, I’m only slightly familiar with DBZ, and not familiar at all with any of the other franchises involved in the game, but there was literally free money on the table to play the game and get two achievements. Most games front load a few achievements for both tracking purposes and to give the player a nice hit of dopamine to keep them going.
I gave up after 30 minutes of loading, cut scenes, more loading, more cut scenes, then when I thought I was going to get into the game, it just threw me into a walkable lobby with no clear indication of what I was supposed to do next. Combine all that with the horrid UI, I just gave up and uninstalled it.
I don’t even know what kind of game this was, I thought it was going to be a fighter game ala Street Fighter, but who knows.