Just around the turn of the century Jojo's Bizarre Adventure HD took the stage as an excellent 2D fighter based on the excellent manga by the same name. An HD upgrade may sound spectacular, but there are very few extras to be found here. [October 2012, p.79]
Una gran remasterizacion, de una gran juego, de un gran manga. Con un modo online incluido.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, es un clasico de la epoca de los arcade's desarrollado por el buen capcom (osea el antigüo, no el nuevo) donde se adapta **** Crusaders (parte 3), uno de los mejores arcos de este excelente manga, en forma de nada mas ni nada menos que un juego de pelea. Lleno de casi todos los personajes de este arco (amigos y enemigos) para escoger, donde todos tienen un unico estilo de pelea gracias a los Stands (entes que personifican el alma del usuario, y solo otro Stand puede dañar) que hace de cada pelea una experiencia totalmente originial. Un juego que se recomienda absolutamente, para fanaticos y casuales de esta franquicia.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure HD is exactly what it set out to be; a re-release of one of the most obscure fighting games of our time. The price is really ridiculous, and obviously set to take advantage of the rare group of players who really want the game.
It's hurt by having a bare-bones online setup, not including the PS1 version's story mode, and not improving upon the blah soundtrack of the original game. There are a lot of downloadable fighters on the market now available for less money that are better than this. JJBA HD is a top-shelf bizarre game, but not exactly a top-shelf game in its own right.
For $19.99 there are just far better options available on the PlayStation Network. The lack of modes, special features, and other frustrating aspects of game really pulled the experience down a few notches for me.
There are isolated moments of the funny and interesting, like one of the 26 fighters being a small dog (I think it's a chihuahua, but I'm not entirely sure). It makes me feel like a bad person, but kicking a possessed dog is mildly amusing… the first time. Then it becomes another cheap and frustrating match with the AI.
Same arcade version, with some "fancy" graphics filters.
I just love this game since I played the PSX version, the battle sistem still fresh.
I have a 14 years old cousin, he had never played Jojo before. We are used to play MVC3, SSF4 Arcade, KOFXIII, Blazblue. But after the first time that he played Jojo, he just wanna play Jojo. So that why I like this version so much
This is DLC gaming at its finest. Sony, Microsoft and Capcom decided to test your patience and deliver a game that you would think is five bucks, an OLD Dreamcast title not even redone nor touched, and charge twenty bucks for it.
They did it just to be funny. Some of you will buy anything.