Super One More Jump

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    Super One More Jump

    A collaboration between Jump magazine and Nintendo of Japan to bring characters from Dragon Ball, Naruto, One Piece and other Jump manga properties to the Nintendo DS in a one-on-one fighting game. All-in-all, Jump Superstars features more than 150 characters from 27 different Japanese anime/manga properties. The title uses the dual-screen and touch panel functionality of the DS system extensively for gameplay. Given the licensing complexities, it'd be virtually impossible to release this title outside Japan. For example, the US license of Dragon Ball is exclusively held by Atari, while One Piece is handled by Bandai.

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