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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
600px-JoJo's Sega Dreamcast
Cover of the Dreamcast version.

Developer(s)

Capcom

Publisher(s)

Capcom

Composer(s)

Setsuo Yamamoto
Yuko Takehara

Series

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 3: Stardust Crusaders

Platform(s)

Arcade, PlayStation, Dreamcast

Genre(s)

Fighting game

SynopsisEdit

MangaEdit

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険, Jojo no Kimyō na Bōken) is a manga written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. Every main character's name in each part can be read as JoJo. The manga, published by Shueisha in their magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump, started in 1987 and went on to 2004. The current story arc was initially published in Weekly Shōnen Jump, but was moved to Ultra Jump in 2005. It is currently Shōnen Jump's second longest running manga with 99 volumes and counting (only Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo, with over 160 volumes, has more.) It is the longest manga not to have a TV adaptation, although there are two OVA adaptations.

The manga is published in English by Viz Media, starting from the third story arc. Thirteen volumes have been published. Originally published bimonthly, it has been reduced to a quarterly release.

(Source: Wikipedia)

StoryEdit

Series 3 follows Jotaro Kujo (空条 承太郎 Kūjō Jōtarō), the grandson of Joseph Joestar. Jotaro is a troublesome student given to getting into fights at school and antagonizing his teachers. He is put in prison after beating up three armed men and a trained boxer, but he refuses to leave, claiming he's possessed by an evil spirit. To demonstrate, he takes a gun and shoots himself in the head, but the bullet is stopped by an arm shooting from his hand that only he and his mother Holly can see. Joseph Joestar soon arrives with his friend Mohammed Abdul. A battle ensues between Abdul and Jotaro in which Abdul manifests his own evil spirit, using it to provoke Jotaro out of the cell. Joseph reveals that Jotaro's "evil spirit" is actually a Stand, a manifestation of psychic power. Jotaro's Stand, named Star Platinum, possesses incredible precision and strength; Abdul's, known as Magician's Red, can control fire; Joseph's Stand, Hermit Purple, manifests as thorny vines that allow him to manipulate cameras and other mediums, capturing images from a great distance.

Joseph reveals that Jotaro's and his own Stand, having both manifested recently, appeared because of the reemergence of Dio Brando. When he sank to the bottom of the sea, Dio attached his severed head to Jonathan Joestar's body, using his new body's energy to remain alive. However, Dio's Joestar blood linked him to the rest of the family, and thus when Dio began to develop a Stand, Joseph and Jotaro did as well. Dio vows to destroy the Joestar family and sends a student, Noriaki Kakyoin, to dispose of Jotaro. Kakyoin's Stand, Hierophant Green, possesses a nurse and attacks Jotaro with its Emerald Splash maneuver, but Jotaro defeats him soundly.

It is soon discovered, however, that Holly has developed a Stand. Her Stand appears as ivy growing from her body, but because she lacks the fighting spirit to control it, the strain of its activity begins to slowly kill her. Joseph and Abdul determine that unless they kill Dio within fifty days and thus break his Stand's influence, Holly will die.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Video GameEdit

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険, JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken) is the commonly given name to any one of the versions and ports of a fighting game developed by Capcom based on the Japanese manga of the same title. The games were developed by the same team who are responsible for the Street Fighter III series.

It was originally released in the arcade in 1998 on the CPS-3 arcade system; this version was known outside Japan as Jojo's Venture. An updated version of the game was released in 1999 as JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 未来への遺産, JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Mirai e no Isan), becoming the sixth and last game released for the CPS-3 board (the second-to-last being the third revision of Street Fighter III, Street Fighter III 3rd Strike, released only a few months earlier). Console ports for the Playstation and Dreamcast were also released that year.

The game combines Capcom's trademark anime-inspired graphics, as seen in the Darkstalkers Series, with the colorful characters and events of Hirohiko Araki's creation, resulting in a highly stylized and detailed visual style. It also features many of the gameplay mechanics seen on previous Capcom fighting games, such as the use of power gauges for super moves, as well as a brand new Stand Mode, consisting on a guardian spirit that accompanies each character and can be summoned or dismissed at will by the player, resulting in variations on the character's move list and abilities.

(Source: Wikipedia)

MusicEdit

Name Download Converter Source Loop
Alessi's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Anubis Polnareff's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Chaka's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Character Select Theme (Arcade Ver.) Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Devo the Cursed's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Dio Brando's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Hol Horse's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Iggy's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Jean Pierre Polnareff's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Joseph Joestar's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Jotaro Kujo's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Khan's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Mariah's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Midler's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Mohammed Abdul's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Noriaki Kakyoin's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Pet Shop's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Pre-Battle Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Rubber Soul's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Shadow Dio's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA
Vanilla Ice's Theme Mediafire - Demo Gallade64 JoJo's Bizarre AdventureJoJo's Bizarre Adventure AA

VideosEdit

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