See, this is what happens when you miss a single day of news, it all begins to pile up on you! Bandai Namco Entertainment are super excited for their upcoming JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure title Eyes 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, Trish Una, Esidisi, Rohan Kishibe, Jotaro Kujo (Part IV), Mariah, and Narancia Ghirga.
It’s getting very close to the release date of the upcoming game, and Bandai Namco Entertainment aren’t even close to being done with the slow release of their fifty plus character-specific game trailers, so they’ve had to speed up the process and release two at once every day. Even at that rate, I have a feeling the game will be released with specific characters still not having their time in the limelight, but chances are Bamco will continue the release process regardless.
Over the past two days, Bandai Namco Entertainment released four character-specific trailers that highlight Funny Valentine from Part VII’s Steel Ball Run, Weather Report from Part VI’s Stone Ocean, Shigekiyo Yango from Part IV’s Diamond Is Unbreakable, and Wamuu from Part II’s Battle Tendency. Three are Stand users, one is an ancient Egyptian man born from a stone pillar; these characters are all as JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure as one can get and, honestly, they need no real introduction.
This time around, I’m going to let their trailers do the talking for them, and even though they’re entirely in Japanese…I feel like you’ll get the gist of it. All you really need to know is that JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes Of Heaven hits Japan for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 on the 17th of December, hopefully with a Western release to come sometime after that.