User Score
4.8

Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 64 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 24 out of 64
  2. Negative: 32 out of 64
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  1. Feb 19, 2019
    7
    I enjoyed the sound and visual art design of the game, As a fan of the anime battle genre I was really looking forward to Jump Force. So I was also hoping that they did each franchise justice. Unfortunately there may be a few nice moments there’s some issues that hold it back. I came away feeling a little indifferent. As soon as you begin the game you notice the extended loading time,I enjoyed the sound and visual art design of the game, As a fan of the anime battle genre I was really looking forward to Jump Force. So I was also hoping that they did each franchise justice. Unfortunately there may be a few nice moments there’s some issues that hold it back. I came away feeling a little indifferent. As soon as you begin the game you notice the extended loading time, some of it quite extreme. This isn’t the only problem you contend with a few technical issues which in turn effect the immersion can become affected because of this. When It was nice to see that the game had quite a decent roster for you to play and there’s also a decent selection of play modes as well. I would however recommend that you play the online mode though because the story mode failed to make an impact and on the whole it’s standard. Thankfully the combat elements don’t fall short and I did enjoy doing flash, energy, and scale behind the moves with the different character’s. This however isn’t enough to save the game from the other issues present and when it’s all said and done, Jump Force just doesn’t stand up, when you factor in the price of the game and the shortcomings it has. Id recommend buying the base game before considering a season pass for those who are interested in checking it out. Expand
  2. Feb 21, 2019
    5
    Un juego que parece que quisieron hacer un salto a la 3d, y no salio, de hecho me atrevo a decir que el nararuto rise of shipuden, se ve mejor y tiene mejor historia, la historia en si es aburrida, los personajes se ven muy mal hechos en esa version 3d, lo unico rescatable que veo de ahi, es el estilo de pelea, es un estilo que bueno, de lo que yo se, no ha habido ningun sistema de peleaUn juego que parece que quisieron hacer un salto a la 3d, y no salio, de hecho me atrevo a decir que el nararuto rise of shipuden, se ve mejor y tiene mejor historia, la historia en si es aburrida, los personajes se ven muy mal hechos en esa version 3d, lo unico rescatable que veo de ahi, es el estilo de pelea, es un estilo que bueno, de lo que yo se, no ha habido ningun sistema de pelea igual, el juego en si graficamente los escencarios se ven geniales y las peleas y lo que son los poderes son geniales, pero es lo unico que puedo rescatar de el juego, es por eso que le pongo 5 Expand
  3. Feb 23, 2019
    6
    It is a pretty good game, I just wish that I could experience it better with a better format. The characters and gameplay are extraordinarily fun, however, when the cutscenes before and after the battles occur you can't help but laugh. Also, connection problems are horrendous.
Metascore
61

Mixed or average reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 16
  2. Negative: 2 out of 16
  1. Official Xbox Magazine UK
    Mar 9, 2019
    80
    It's the fights that really count, and they're crazy fun. [Issue#225, p.71]
  2. Feb 27, 2019
    60
    Jump Force celebrates 50 years of Shonen Jump with an overall rushed game that could have been so much more.
  3. Feb 26, 2019
    50
    Jump Force somehow only achieves mediocrity at best despite the star power found on its roster and the potential that comes with that cast. The characters are indeed faithfully recreated, stylish abilities and all, but nothing feels seamless. From the horrible cutscenes and choppy combat animations to the struggling frame rate, everything feels cut together haphazardly. Jump Force looks like an excellent idea on paper as a crossover containing over 40 characters from various Shonen Jump series, but in practice, the vision falls flat due to a serious lack of polish.