Bandai Namco Entertainment are super excited for their upcoming JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure titleEyes Of Heaven, and to celebrate it’s almost-release they plan on posting character-specific videos that span the game’s entire roster which, last time I checked, is at least fifty strong. So far the list of names is fairly thick, but it’s only going to get thicker! Before jumping in and catching a glimpse of the latest spotlight characters, why not check out those who came before it: Jonathan Joestar, Robert E.O. Speedwagon, Jotaro Kujo,Okuyasu Nijimura, Bruno Buccellati, Joseph Joestar, Dio Brando, Gyro Zeppeli, Josuke Higashikata, Enrico Pucci, Rudol Von Stroheim, and Trish Una.
I’m the type of person who always thinks about why an antagonist is just so…evil. What made them this way? When I think about the Pillar Men from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part II: Battle Tendency, I don’t necessarily ask myself why they’re so darn evil. I feel like if I were stuck in stone pillars for thousands of years, I’d be pretty damn pissed too! Out of the four main antagonists of Battle Tendency, Esidisi was by far the most emotional, but he was also a master tactician that happened to be in control of a strange power that essentially made his blood boil. No joke, he had hot blood that he could use to burn his enemies alive.
Just because Esidisi happens to be the first of the four Pillar Men to receive his very own character-specific gameplay trailer for the upcoming game, doesn’t mean he’s the weakest. Oh no! They usually say “we’ve saved the best until last”, but with this ancient Egyptian God-men, there is no weakest…only strongest. Don’t believe me? Good! I don’t want you to! I want you to watch Bandai Namco Entertainment’s trailer so you can see first-hand just how terrifying this man is.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes Of Heaven hits Japan for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 on the 17th of December, just in time for Christmas. Hopefully the West will receive their very own release of the game, but it will be a long time from now seeing as the localisation team will have to rename all the copyright infringements that series creator Hirohiko Araki loves so dearly.