Updated 05:36 PM EDT, Sat, Sep 26, 2020

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A cornucopia of iconic Japanese characters is coming soon.

Late in 2014, publisher Bandai Namco Games America has confirmed the arrival of "J-Stars Victory VS+" to Western regions, IGN reported.

The multi-hero, cross-over fighting video game is scheduled for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita this summer, which translates to only few more months of wait.

On Tuesday, the title's official U.S. website has began streaming a "Dragon Ball Z" and two gameplay trailers, Anime News Network wrote. The battles pit Tatsumi Oga (and Beelzebub) vs Chinyuki and Arale Norimaki vs Luckyman.

The game's Western version is said to be different from its Japanese counterpart in some ways. For one, it includes an additional "Arcade Mode," KpopStarz noted. Such is described to be "in the same vein as every fighting game."

The source also cited the "J Adventure Mode," where players recruit other characters as they journey on a ship around "Jump World." Adventures and power-ups come in as they take voyage.

Among other inclusions are a Victory Road campaign, Free Battle, Online Mode (2v2) and Gallery Mode.

The Japanese roster includes the following characters (via Anime News Network):

1. "One Piece"

Monkey D. Luffy

Boa Hancock

Akainu

Portgas D. Ace

2. "Dragon Ball Z"

Son Goku

Vegeta

Freeza

3. "Toriko"

Toriko

Zebra

4. "Naruto Shippūden"

Naruto Uzumaki

Sasuke Uchiha

Madara Uchiha

5. "Bleach"

Ichigo Kurosaki

Sōsuke Aizen

Rukia (support)

6. "Rurouni Kenshin"

Kenshin Himura

Makoto Shishio

7. "Kochira Katsushika-ku Kamearikouen-mae Hashutsujo"

Kankichi Ryōtsu

8. "Gintama"

Gintoki Sakata

Kagura and Sadaharu (support)

9. "Yū Yū Hakusho"

Yūsuke Urameshi

(Younger) Toguro

Hiei

10. "Hunter x Hunter"

Gon Freecss

Killua Zoldyck

Hisoka (support)

11. "Chinyūki -Tarō to Yukaina Nakama-tachi"

Tarō Yamada

12. "Pyu to Fuku! Jaguar"

Jaguar (support)

13. "Medaka Box"

Medaka Kurokami

Misogi Kumagawa (support)

14. "To Love-Ru"

LaLa (support)

15. "Nisekoi"

Chitoge Kirisaki (support)

16. "Katekyo Hitman Reborn!"

Tsunayoshi Sawada (with Reborn)

17. "Beelzebub"

Tatsumi Oga (with Beelzebub)

18. "Assassination Classroom"

Koro-Sensei

19. "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure"

Jonathan Joestar

Joseph Joestar

20. "Jigoku Sensei Nube"

Meisuke "Nuubee" Nueno

21. "Neuro - Supernatural Detective"

Neuro (support)

22. "Kuroko's Basketball"

Tetsuya Kuroko (support)

23. "Saint Seiya"

Seiya

24. "D.Gray-man"

Allen Walker (support)

25. "Sket Dance"

Bossun (support)

Himeko (support)

Switch (support)

26. "Fist of the North Star"

Kenshirō

Raoh

27. "Dr. Slump & Arale-chan"

Arale Norimaki

28. "Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan"

Kusuo Saikio

29. "Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo"

Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo

30. "Tottemo! Luckyman"

Luckyman

31. "Haikyu!!"

Shōyō Hinata (support)

32. "Sakigake!! Otoko Juku"

Momotarō Tsurugi

Heihachi Edajima (support)

The Western "J-Stars Victory VS+" site is currently offered in six regions / languages: the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Deutschland, Italia and España. It is also subdivided in seven parts, including the intro.

Are you excited to play "J-Stars Victory VS+"?

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