JoJo All Star Battle R Remaster Removes Story Mode and Changes

EXPLAINED: JoJo All Star Battle R Remaster Removes Story Mode and Changes: CyberConnect2 disclosed a remaster for its JoJo battling game, Bizarre Adventure of Jojo All-Star Battle R, at the March 2022 State of Play, here is what you are looking to know about the changes coming to Jojo ASB R. Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure All-Star Battle was first released on 29th of August, 2013, on PlayStation 3. The game is developed by CyberConnect2 (Naruto Narutimate Ninja Storm, Demon Slayer Hinokami Chronicles), and now coming back in early Fall 2022 on Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC through Steam. Though many changes will be made to the fighting game. We interpreted below all the changes disclosed so far through the Japanese press release. Follow More Update On

JoJo All Star Battle R Remaster Removes Story Mode

JoJo All Star Battle R Remaster Removes Story Mode

New Playable Characters

The original JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure ASB battling game had 40 playable characters from Part 1 to 8. But the Remaster will raise that count to 50, with many new characters. The characters will be disclosed afterward.

3D Models Changed To Reflect The New David Production Anime 

All the characters in the game from Part 1 to 6, as in the JoJo Parts which until now got a new anime, will have their 3D models changed to reflect the new anime.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure ASB R Changes Voice Actor Cast To Reminisce New Anime 

With the release of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure ASB R, all the characters from Part 1 to 6 will have their seiyuu (Japanese voice actors) changed to fall in line with the new anime. Back when Jojo ASB was first released in the year 2013, the new JoJo Television anime series by David Production had just begun in the year 2012. So all of the characters exceeding Part 2 had different seiyuu than now.

Most remarkably, the first JoJo protagonist heard on the disclosed trailer, Jolyne Cujoh is now displayed by Fairouz Ai rather than Miyuki Sawashiro.

New Auto Combo System

The Remaster will add an “easy beat system” for neophytes that initiates auto combos by smashing the same button.

New All-Star Battle Mode Added, Story And Campaign Modes Delete 

A new All-Star Battle mode has been counted to single-player, substituting the story mode and the campaign mode of the unblemished PS3 JoJo battling game. This is really a good thing. The press release stressed that All-Star Battle would not use a Stamina system. Referencing how many admirers disliked the original campaign mode of the JJBA ASB game, which had a system equivalent to Stamina in Sociage (Japanese mobile games). Stamina systems limit how much you can play per day.


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