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I've heard rumors that Queen's Gate might get ported over here, but I'm still skeptical on that one. ^^; It's kind of unfortunate. That's one I really wanted to check out. And as for Namco X Capcom, they redeemed themselves with Project X Zone. ^^
I haven't heard of most of these franchises honestly but it would be cool if some of them got Western releases, like the Capcom and Konami and Sega ones.
Ultimate All Stars is the sequel to Jump Superstars, and I rather enjoyed it, even if the characters are totally unbalanced.
I do wonder if these titles will become available as al distribution becomes the norm.
Heroes Phantasia - All those animes were once in the bargain bins at Wal-Mart. So at first glance, if it made its way here, I'd see it as shovelware.
I remember importing Jump Ultimate Stars from Japan for like $80 in middle school. One of the best fighters I've ever played and worth every cent.
Ah, no love for SD Gundam Wars series! A crossover of every Gundam series in one tactical rpg!!!
needing a Mario&Sonic(not OL,party,racing,sports) a game where mario&Sonic needs to save the world and Peach from Bowser and eggman
I would argue that JUMP Ultimate Stars is the better game than Super Stars but then I've never played Super Stars. Like he said though, both titles are extremely import friendly since they're both similar to other mascot fighters. Speaking of Mascot fighters, there's a PS2/Gamecube title called Dream Mix or something along those lines. It's a mascot fighter like SSB or SASBR only the characters in the roaster include Master Higgins (Adventure Island), Simon Belmont and, Optimus Prime to name a few.
I've played both, both are very good. I preferred Ultimate Stars because of having more characters, a WAY easier unlocking system (especially for non-japanese readers), and the stages were very good too. Super Stars had superior gameplay though because it was more fluid and a bit faster.
I've never played Super Stars but when I imported Ultimate Stars I did so specifically because of the larger roaster and how it was apparently easier to unlock new characters. I plan on getting Super Stars eventually and if it plays better then I can't wait! I loved Ultimate Stars but once everything was unlocked I just put the thing down and moved on...despite Kenshiro being in it (is Ken in Super Stars by the way?)
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