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New J-Stars Victory VS. Clip Focuses on Bleach’s Ichigo Kurasaki


We’re only a few days away from the release of Namco Bandai’s interfranchise 3D fighter, J-Stars Victory VS., but they’re not done with the character previews yet. This time around, they have released a new video focusing on Bleach’s main protagonist, the part-shinigami, part-quincy, part-hollow, and part-fullbringer Ichigo Kurosaki:

J-stars Victory VS. commemorates the 45th anniversary of Shonen Jump, and features characters taken out of some of the most popular titles that have graced the magazine. The game is scheduled to hit the Playstation 3 and PS Vita in Japan on March 19.

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Neil Raymundo

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