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—Tagline

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 オールスターバトルR, JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Ōru Sutā Batoru Āru) is a fighting game based on the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure franchise, developed by CyberConnect2 and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The game released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X & S, and Steam. All-Star Battle R is a remastered version of the 2013 fighting game All-Star Battle, featuring new game mechanics and playable characters.

The international Steam version and Japanese console versions of the game released on September 1, 2022, with the international console versions and Japanese Steam version releasing the following day. As of January 31, 2023, it was made available on the Microsoft Store, being playable for free on Xbox Game Pass for a limited time or purchasable separately.

Summary

Demo for All-Star Battle R at Anime Expo 2022

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R was first announced by Sony as part of the PlayStation State of Play event on March 9, 2022, with a release date of early fall of that same year.[1] It was also later announced by Bandai Namco that the game would be available on the Nintendo Switch, Steam, Xbox Series X|S, and the Xbox One. The color palettes and designs of Part 1 to Part 6 characters in All-Star Battle R are noticeably different from those of the original All-Star Battle, having been modified to closely follow the looks in the various anime adaptations of the series. In addition, the available Japanese voice actors working on the anime reprise their roles in All-Star Battle R.

All-Star Battle R released with a Standard Edition, Digital Deluxe Edition, and Collector's Bundle. The Standard Edition only includes the game, while the Digital Deluxe Edition includes the full game, the first season pass, and a color set for Jonathan, Joseph, Jotaro, Josuke, and Giorno, based on their white outfits in the JOESTAR The Inherited Soul event. The Collector's Bundle includes the full game, the special event color set from the Digital Deluxe Edition, and a Special Color version of the Grandista series Jolyne Cujoh 10 inch statue. The European version also includes a Jolyne Cujoh prison plate, the season pass, and a collector's box. The Japanese version also includes the digital soundtrack and has the option to get the bundle with or without the season pass. Later, alongside the announcement of the Season Pass 2, an Ultimate Edition of the game was announced and is slated for release on June 14, 2023. This version of the game includes the full game, the first and second season passes, and the special event color set from the Digital Deluxe Edition.

An early-access demo for the game, exclusive to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, was released for the public on June 16, 2022 and was available to play until June 22, 2022. The only playable characters in the demo were Jonathan, Jotaro, DIO, and Jolyne. Online Mode and Practice Mode were the only two playable modes.[2] A new demo featuring Jotaro, Jolyne, Ermes Costello, and Foo Fighters was available exclusively at Anime Expo 2022, from July 1 to July 4, 2022. A new stage was featured, called the Everglades, which portrays the farm of the Green Dolphin Street Prison. The demo was only playable against CPU, with no multiplayer available.

Another demo was available at EVO 2022, which featured the Versus and Practice modes. The playable characters included Jonathan, Joseph, Jotaro, Josuke (4), Giorno, Jolyne, Johnny, Josuke (8), Wamuu, Iggy, Shigechi, Diavolo, Foo Fighters, Gyro, and Ikuro Hashizawa. Two tournaments were held at the event featuring the demo, both with first place receiving a PlayStation 5 and the exclusive Jolyne figurine that is included in the collector's edition of the game. Second and third place also got the figurine.[3][4]

Currently, a demo is available for the full game, featuring, like the EVO 2022 demo, only the Versus and Practice modes (on top of Options). Unlike the EVO 2022 demo, there are only 5 playable characters, being Joseph, Jotaro, Jolyne, DIO, and Yoshikage Kira. Further restrictions include the absences of Customize Mode, Stage Select, special outfits, and gold. Furthermore, save data from the demo version is not transferrable to the game's full version.

Gameplay

Assist Attack

The gameplay of All-Star Battle R is based on the one-vs-one 2.5D fighting game style of All-Star Battle. Mechanics such as Easy Beat, Stylish Evade, Heat Heart Attack and Rush Mode return in this game with slight differences.[5]

An additional gameplay mechanic named Support Attack (アシストシステム, Ashisuto Shisutemu, lit. "Assist System") allows players to summon a second character during a match, allowing them to chain together longer combos, set traps, or use long-range attacks as an Assault Assist. Assist characters can also be used to break an opponent's combo with a Reversal Assist, though this produces a longer cooldown (shown by the assist character's icon being tinted red). The lights below an assist character's icon act as an indicator of how many more times they can be used within the round, with the maximum number of lights differing by character. Each character has a unique assist attack that falls into one of several types, creating a new layer of strategy when selecting characters.

In addition to Support Attack, another gameplay mechanic by the name of Stylish Guard (スタイリッシュガード, Sutairisshu Gādo) has been added, allowing players to buffer a Stylish Evade until it is triggered by an attack (similarly to many characters' counter moves). This allows players to create an opening to counterattack, but the move's reliance on predicting the opponent's attack and immobilization of the character performing it serve as drawbacks.

Beyond the new game mechanics, a number of other elements have been tweaked compared to the original All-Star Battle:

  • Improved framerate: The framerate of the game has been doubled to run at 60 FPS on both consoles and PC, with the exception of the Switch version, which is still locked at 30 FPS.
  • Improved game speed: The time it takes to perform an attack has been decreased, resulting in faster battles than the original game.
  • Added hitstops: Hitstop is a fighting game term: when you strike the opponent, both parties momentarily freeze, emphasizing the power of impact. Attacks and guards now implement this feature, making the game feel smoother and more tactical than the original All-Star Battle.
  • Added input buffers: Relaxed the number of input frames available before the next action. Thus, players can now chain attacks more easily than before.
  • Added dash jumps: The player can jump while dashing, allowing them to jump at a lower height than a normal jump.
  • Improved movement speed: All characters have had their walk speed increased. However, the animations have not been sped up, causing characters to appear to slide across the ground as they walk. The extent of this graphical oddity varies by character.
  • Simplified move commands: Intermediary command inputs (such as the ↘ in ↓↘→) can now be omitted, making it easier to activate skills.
  • Attack adjustments: The behaviors and power of some techniques have been adjusted. Notably, the power and Heart Heat Gauge cost of a character's Great Heat Attack now changes depending on the amount of gauges accumulated: two gauges grant 100% power, 2.5 gauges grant 120% power, and 3 gauges grant 150% power.
  • Ripple move cost increase: Barring moves that drain the Heart Heat Gauge, Ripple moves have had their cost universally increased to half a bar of Heart Heat Gauge, forcing characters that utilize the Ripple Style to be more careful with their Heart Heat usage.

After receiving feedback from the Early Access Demo survey, more features were adjusted:[6]

  • Camera-shift taunt adjustment: A full camera-shift taunt can now only be performed once per match, and any subsequent attempts will activate a normal, cosmetic taunt. On the other hand, the amount of Heart Heat Gauge depleted has been increased from one tenth of a bar of Heart Heat Gauge to a full bar.
  • Assist type cost split: Assault Assists and Reversal Assists now have individual cooldowns and numbers of uses per round. Assault Assists are represented by circular pink nodes, while Reversal Assists are represented by diamond-shaped blue nodes.
  • Practice Mode overhaul: Practice Mode now features a variety of new options. Players can now quickly reset by pressing the pause and taunt buttons simultaneously, change round-start positions, and even record actions for the Player 2/computer-controlled enemy to execute.

The version 2.0 update to the game on June 11, 2023 added a Standby Practice option to the game's Online Mode, allowing players to sharpen their skills in Practice Mode while searching for online opponents. Upon finding an opponent, the player can accept or deny a match directly from Standby Practice; this confirmation prompt can be turned off by the player if they wish to automatically accept any challengers.[7]

Aesthetic Changes

  • Command list redesign: Descriptions for each ability in the command list can now be read instantly in a pop-up, instead of having to wait for the sentence to automatically scroll across the screen horizontally.
  • Costume previews: Alternate colors and costumes can now be previewed on the character select screen before battle.
Comparison
  • Animated victory poses: Character victory poses now perform a brief animation, like in Eyes of Heaven, unlike the static poses of the original game.[8]
  • Character Redesigns: Many color schemes and character designs have been altered to resemble their anime counterparts. Characters who have received alterations to their original designs include Wamuu, Kars, Muhammad Avdol, Vanilla Ice, Rohan Kishibe, Yoshikage Kira, Kosaku Kawajiri, Giorno Giovanna, and Pannacotta Fugo.
  • Name Changes: Localized versions of the game have had certain names altered from their prior localizations in the original game and its successor, mainly to coincide with the anime. Notable changes for both returning and new characters include:
    • For unknown reasons, Lisa Lisa's name has been changed to "Lisa Lisa (Elizabeth)."
    • Jean Pierre Polnareff now keeps his original name rather than being renamed to "Jean Pierre Eiffel."
    • Pet Shop now keeps its original name rather than being renamed to "Animal Shop," as it was in Eyes of Heaven.
    • Keicho Nijimura's Stand, Bad Company, is renamed to "Worse Company."
    • Love Deluxe now keeps its original name rather than being renamed to "Love Extra," as it was in Eyes of Heaven.
    • Stray Cat now keeps its original name rather than being renamed to "Feral Cat."
    • Bites the Dust now keeps its original name rather than being renamed to "Bite the Dust."
    • Narciso Anasui is renamed to "Narciso Anastasia" rather than "Narc Anastasia," for consistency with the anime.
      • For unknown reasons, in the French localization, Anasui is renamed to "Narcisso Annasui," despite the anime's French dub using the name "Narciso Anastasia."
    • C-MOON is now renamed to "See Moon" rather than "Full Moon."
    • The "Along the Philadelphia Coastline" stage is renamed to "Philadelphia Seaside" rather than "Philadelphia Countryside," matching Eyes of Heaven.
  • Sound changes: The time-stop sound effect across all characters with the ability has been changed to the one used in Eyes of Heaven, despite the original game's sound effect being used in Jotaro and DIO's character trailers and the game's demos. Diavolo's time-skip sound effect has also been altered to more closely resemble the anime.
  • Publicity art changes: The game's updated publicity art for Dio Brando, Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli, and Lisa Lisa use their poses from Eyes of Heaven instead of the original game. Additionally, Diego Brando's publicity art uses the pose from Parallel World Diego's Eyes of Heaven publicity art. As such, Parallel World Diego's publicity art for this game uses an original pose.

Cross-Platform Play

The game does not support cross-play between different platforms.[9] However, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 players will be able to play against one another. Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One will also be able to play against each other.

The Nintendo Switch version can also play multiplayer offline through local communication by wirelessly connecting with another Nintendo Switch. It is not possible to play by using the Joy-Con sideways, so each player needs their own set of Joy-Cons.

Downloadable Content

There are currently seven paid DLC characters planned for All-Star Battle R in two separate season passes. The first paid DLC character, Risotto Nero, released on October 27, 2022.[a] The second DLC character, Rudol von Stroheim, followed suit on February 2, 2023.[b] The third DLC character, Keicho Nijimura, released on March 24, 2023.[c] The final DLC character, Parallel World Diego, released on June 16, 2023.[d] Alongside the release of Parallel World Diego's character trailer was the announcement of a second season pass containing three additional DLC characters and another pass-exclusive costume. The first DLC character of the second pass and the fifth overall, Leone Abbacchio, released on September 1, 2023.[e] The second DLC character of the second pass and the sixth overall, Yuya Fungami, was revealed on October 6, 2023, and released on October 20, 2023.[f] The last remaining DLC character included in the second pass is Wonder of U, who was informally revealed on November 17, 2023, via the Nintendo eShop, and later formally announced on November 21, 2023. Wonder of U released on December 8, 2023.[g]

Weather Report and Enrico Pucci (Final), a separate version of Enrico Pucci that includes use of the Stands C-MOON and Made in Heaven, were announced on November 25, 2022 alongside the Kennedy Space Center stage from the original All-Star Battle. All three were released as part of a free update on December 1, 2022.[10] A version of Pucci more closely reflecting the original game had previously been announced in August 2022, prior to the game's launch.[11]

Each season pass grants early access to the characters within the pass two days before release. The first season pass also includes two exclusive alternate outfits ("Rohan Kishibe First Appearance Costume" and "Muhammad Avdol's Father? Costume"), while the second includes another exclusive alternate outfit ("Giorno Giovanna Haruno Shiobana Costume"). The Digital Deluxe Edition includes the first season pass along with an additional set of "The Animation Special Event" costumes for Jonathan, Joseph, Jotaro, Josuke, and Giorno based on the white outfit designs featured during 2021's JOESTAR The Inherited Soul event. The Ultimate Edition includes everything in the Digital Deluxe Edition along with the second season pass. Pre-orders for any version of the game also received a bonus Green Dolphin Street State Prison Jacket costume for Jolyne, which was later made available for purchase.

Cast

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Hanged Man

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Horus

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The Grateful Dead

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Beach Boy
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Kars's Underling A
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Women
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Game Modes

All-Star Battle R contains the following game modes:[12][13]

All-Star Battle Mode
All-Star Battle Mode (オールスターバトルモード, Ōru Sutā Batoru Mōdo)
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The player can play through over 100 pre-arranged fights in this game mode.
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The fights are divided between Normal Battles, which adapt situations from the original series; Extra Battles, which use scenarios that do not appear in the original work; and Boss Battles, which only unlock once a certain number of other panels are cleared. Both types of battles reward the player with items such as sound effects, taunts, poses, character color tints, special alternate costumes, artwork, and music. The guide character for this mode is Emporio Alnino.

Arcade

Arcade Mode (アーケードモード, Ākēdo Mōdo)

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This mode allows players to take on a set of consecutive battles to obtain gold and high scores. Occasionally, Harvest appears in this mode, boosting the amount of gold earned by the player. The guide character for this mode is the Part 5 version of Jean Pierre Polnareff. Arcade is split into two modes, Challenge Battle (チャレンジバトル, Charenji Batoru) and Endless Battle (エンドレスバトル, Endoresu Batoru).

Challenge Battle (チャレンジバトル, Charenji Batoru)

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In Challenge Battle, the player participates in a gauntlet of eight battles against randomized computer opponents. After the final opponent, the player is graded based on their total performance. Additional gold may be awarded if the player reaches the top rank with enough characters.

Endless Battle (エンドレスバトル, Endoresu Batoru)

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In Endless Mode, the player takes on an endless series of battles, fighting on until they are defeated. After each victory, some health is restored based on the player's performance.

Versus
Versus Mode (バーサスモード, Bāsasu Mōdo)
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This mode allows the player to freely battle computer-controlled characters or other players in local multiplayer. The guide character for this mode is Ringo Roadagain. The mode is divided into three sub-modes:

  • Single Battle (シングルバトル, Shinguru Batoru): The game's normal battle mode. The player can fight against the computer or another human being, or watch two computer-controlled characters battle.
  • Team Battle Mode (チームバトルモード, Chīmu Batoru Mōdo): Team Battle allows for 3-on-3 matches, with separate battle rule settings set for each match-up. Including Assist characters, up to 12 characters can participate in a single battle. There are two types of team battles:
    • Knockout: Both teams battle on shared health bars that persist between rounds.
    • Total Points: Both teams fight three battles, changing characters between rounds.
  • Tournament Mode (トーナメントモード, Tōnamento Mōdo): Up to eight players can participate in this mode, with computer characters filling any empty positions. Each tournament lasts three rounds, with the overall winner claiming a reward in gold.

Online Mode
Online Mode (オンラインモード, Onrain Mōdo)
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The player can take on online opponents in ranked and unranked matches in this mode. Connections between players are dependent on the platform the game is being played on. In addition to gold and ranking status, the player may also earn special rewards in this mode by fulfilling the current online campaign missions. The guide character for this mode is Ringo Roadagain. This mode is divided into four sub-modes:

  • Player Match (プレイヤーマッチ, Pureiyā Matchi): The player can battle online without having to worry about their competitive ranking.
  • Ranked Match (ランクマッチ, Rank Matchi, lit. "Rank Match"): The player can battle online to improve their competitive ranking.
  • Ranking (ランキング, Rankingu): The player can check their competitive ranking relative to their friends, to their region, and to the worldwide community.
  • Online Mission (オンラインミッション, Onrain Misshon): The player can check the current online campaign's missions and the rewards for completing them.

Practice Mode
Practice Mode (プラクティスモード, Purakutisu Mōdo)
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The player can practice character attacks, skills, and combos using various battle settings. The computer opponent's behavior can be set to various settings, including one which allows a second player to join the practice session. Other settings that can be altered in Practice Mode are computer difficulty level, damage and input displays, automatic guarding, and both characters' Heart Heat Gauge level. The guide characters for this mode are Messina and Loggins.

Customize Mode
Customize Mode (カスタマイズモード, Kasutamaizu Mōdo)
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This mode allows the player to customize characters' taunt and victory poses using voice lines and onomatopoeia earned in other modes. The player can also customize the Player Card representing them in online matches. The guide character for this mode is Daniel J. D'Arby.

Options Mode
Options Mode (オプションモード, Opushon Mōdo)
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This mode allows the player to customize the game's settings, including volume levels, graphics, Easy Beat, and subtitles. This mode is also directly accessible from the title screen. The guide character for this mode is Melone.

Stages

As a fighting game, All-Star Battle R features several stages representing the different locations featured in the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series.

All stages from the original All-Star Battle are available.[14] Additional stages have also been added to the game, including several from Eyes of Heaven. The Stage Hazard and Situation Finish mechanics have returned as well, and new Stage Hazards and Situation Finishes have been added to the game's new stages.

Phantom Blood
Dio's Castle (ディオの館, Dio no Yakata): Windknight's Lot

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Stage Gimmick
A chandelier falls from the ceiling, damaging anyone directly underneath it.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the stage's balcony, the loser is sent flying off the edge, recreating Dio's defeat in his battle against Jonathan in his castle.

Battle Tendency
The Battlefield (闘技場, Tōgijō): Skeleton Heel Stone

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Stage Gimmick
Vampire Horses charge through the players, circling the arena an unlimited number of times.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the bonfire in the center of the stage, Vampire Horses trample the loser to death.

Stardust Crusaders

DIO's Mansion (DIOの館, Dio no Yakata): Cairo DIOManshionASB.jpg

Stage Gimmick
Nukesaku jumps down and attacks the players, returning an unlimited number of times.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the wall's opening, the loser is thrown out. Vampires and Pillar Men are disintegrated by the sun's light, while normal characters merely fall to their deaths.

Cairo Streets (カイロ市街, Kairo Shigai): Cairo CairoStreetASB.jpg

Stage Gimmick
Wilson Phillips's car drives through the players on DIO's orders. This Stage Gimmick will not occur if DIO is a combatant.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the water tower, in the same direction as the corner lamppost, the loser is sent flying and crashes into it, recreating Noriaki Kakyoin's death scene.

Cairo Overpass (カイロ陸橋, Kairo Rikkyō): Cairo CairoOverpassASBR.jpg (While the Cairo Overpass stage did appear in Eyes of Heaven, it was exclusive to the game's Story Mode, where it appeared in cutscenes and the opening battle.)

Stage Gimmick
After briefly stopping time, DIO throws a barrage of knives at the combatants. This Stage Gimmick will not occur if DIO is a combatant.
Situation Finish
If the loser is hit towards the side of the bridge with a burning car, time stops and a road roller lands on them. This Situation Finish will not occur if DIO is the loser, but DIO can still trigger the Situation Finish as the victor.

Diamond is Unbreakable

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Stage Gimmick
Lightning strikes the Pepsi sign and puddles around the stage, damaging and stunning anyone hit. Akira Otoishi takes no damage, but instead has his Power Gauge set to the first level.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the stage's ambulance, the loser finds themselves in Ghost Girl's Alley, confronted by Reimi Sugimoto. Ghostly hands then drag them off into the unknown.

Boyoyoing Cape (ボヨヨン岬, Boyoyon Misaki): Morioh BoyoyoingCapeASBR.jpg (This stage previously appeared in Eyes of Heaven.)

Stage Gimmick
Echoes ACT2 hatches and creates three SFX on the ground. Any combatant that touches them is either set on fire or sent flying across the stage, depending on the SFX. This Stage Gimmick will not occur if Koichi Hirose is a combatant.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the cape's cliff, the loser falls off, bounces off a rock marked with Echoes ACT2's SFX, and plunges into the sea. This Situation Finish will not occur if Koichi is the loser, but Koichi can still trigger the Situation Finish as the victor.

Kira Estate (吉良邸, Kira-Tei): Morioh KiraEstateASB.jpg

Stage Gimmick
Yoshihiro Kira attacks characters with a knife, traveling along a curving path.
Situation Finish
If hit towards Yoshikage Kira's stack of books, one of the books falls open to reveal Kira's various nail clipping records and a note declaring that he can't be stopped during months where his nails grow more than 30 cm.

Vento Aureo

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Stage Gimmick
Pesci's Beach Boy flies out of the train seeking a target, sending fighters flying into the side of the train if caught. This occurs an unlimited number of times. This Stage Gimmick will not occur if Prosciutto & Pesci are combatants.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the train, Beach Boy hooks the loser by the head or neck from the vehicle. The train departs, and the unfortunate loser is dragged away with it as Pesci and Prosciutto cheer on. This Situation Finish will not occur if Prosciutto & Pesci are combatants.

Rome Streets (ローマ市街, Rōma Shigai): Rome RomeStreetASB.jpg

Stage Gimmick
Secco uses Oasis to dive into the ground and liquefies it, damaging players in the designated areas. This occurs an unlimited number of times.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the stage's garbage truck, the loser is thrown into its trough, similarly to Cioccolata and Secco in their defeats.

Colosseum (コロッセオ, Korosseo): Rome ColiseumASBR.jpg (This stage previously appeared in Eyes of Heaven.)

Stage Gimmick
Chariot Requiem appears and puts both combatants to sleep, granting them increased attack strength once they wake up.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the entrance gates, the loser is sent flying, landing near Chariot Requiem's severed arm and the Arrow. Requiem picks up the Arrow, reattaches its arm, and exits the Colosseum.

Stone Ocean

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Stage Gimmick
Weather Report uses his Stand to make poisonous frogs rain from the sky. Players hit by the frogs will be poisoned and gradually lose health over a short period of time. This occurs an unlimited number of times. This Stage Gimmick will not occur if Weather Report is a combatant.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the courtyard's center pillar, the loser has their DISC stolen by Whitesnake. This Situation Finish will not occur if Enrico Pucci or Enrico Pucci (Final) is a combatant.

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Stage Gimmick
Foo Fighters appears in a nearby bucket before launching out of the water to attack. This Stage Gimmick will not occur if Foo Fighters is a combatant.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the swamp water, the loser lands near a dropped Like a Virgin bracelet, which rapidly beeps before exploding.

Kennedy Space Center (ケネディ宇宙センター, Kenedi Uchū Sentā): Cape Canaveral KennedySpaceCenterASB.jpg This stage was added to the game as free DLC on December 1, 2022.

Stage Gimmick
C-MOON sends various objects falling to where the players are, despite Emporio Alnino's warning to the combatants. This occurs an unlimited number of times.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the platform's edge facing the spaceship, the loser hits their head on a railing and falls sideways towards the horizon.

Big Bang
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This stage is only available as part of Enrico Pucci (Final)'s GHA, "Made in Heaven". After Pucci evolves C-MOON into Made in Heaven, the fight moves to outer space, with the players standing on a road of light representing the rapidly-progressing flow of time. However, this stage only lasts for the duration of the round, and reverts to the previous stage at its conclusion, along with the Stand itself. This stage is also the only stage that lacks a Stage Gimmick or Situation Finish of any kind.

Steel Ball Run

Rocky Mountains Village (ロッキー山脈 麓野村, Rokkī Sanmyaku Fumoto no Mura) RockyMountainsASBR.jpg (This stage previously appeared in Eyes of Heaven.)

Stage Gimmick
A dinosaur emerges from a bear's corpse and jumps onto the stage, damaging any combatant it lands on. This Stage Gimmick will not occur if Diego Brando is a combatant.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the opening in the walls leading to the mountain cliff, the loser is sent flying off the side, hitting a branch on the way down.

Along the Philadelphia Coastline (フィラデルフィアの海岸沿い, Firaderufia no Kaigan-zoi): The Atlantic Ocean PhiladelphiaCoastlineASB.jpg

Stage Gimmick
D4C Love Train grants the combatant who touches its column of light a stock of Heart Heat Gauge, only recurring if the light fades before anyone touches it.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the sign warning travelers about bears, the the loser is tossed into it.

JoJolion
Wall Eyes (壁の目, Kabe no Me): Morioh

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Stage Gimmick
Yasuho Hirose's Paisley Park activates. An enraged Joshu Higashikata runs through the stage, swinging a rock to knock back whoever he runs into.
Situation Finish
If hit towards the Wall Eyes, the loser lands near Yasuho, who screams in surprise. Joshu then smashes their head in with a rock.


★ Denotes stages that are new to All-Star Battle R and did not appear in the original All-Star Battle.

Characters

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R has a base roster of 51 playable characters, with two additional characters added in a post-launch update and at least 7 paid DLC characters planned. All characters from All-Star Battle return in the remaster.[15] However, C-MOON and Made in Heaven have been removed from Enrico Pucci's moveset, which has been radically altered to compensate for the missing Stands. Both Stands were later re-added to the game as part of a separate version of the character.[10]

New Characters
  • Robert E. O. Speedwagon, Mariah, Pet Shop, and Diego Brando were confirmed as new additions in a trailer released on May 26, 2022.[16]
  • Jotaro from Part 4, Yukako Yamagishi, and F.F. were revealed at Anime Expo on July 1, 2022.[17]
  • Trish Una and Prosciutto were initially unofficially revealed, having been unintentionally included in game menus shown in promotional materials when the game was first announced.[18] Alongside Ghiaccio, they were the final characters to be officially revealed at Gamescom on August 24, 2022. Pesci was also revealed to be included with Prosciutto as a duo character.[19]
  • Risotto Nero was announced as the first downloadable character for the game during a streamed event for the Stone Ocean anime adaptation.[20] The character was formally released on October 27, 2022.[a]
  • Weather Report and Enrico Pucci (Final) were revealed on November 25, 2022, along with the Kennedy Space Center stage. All three were made available for free as part of an update on December 1, 2022.[10] A version of Pucci from the original All-Star Battle had been promised before launch.[11]
  • Rudol von Stroheim was revealed as the second downloadable character in the season pass on January 19, 2023.[21][22] He was formally released on February 2, 2023.[b]
  • Keicho Nijimura was revealed as the third downloadable character in the season pass on March 3, 2023.[23] He was formally released on March 24, 2023.[c]
  • Parallel World Diego was revealed as the fourth downloadable character in the season pass on May 31, 2023.[24] He was formally released on June 16, 2023.[d]
  • Leone Abbacchio was revealed as the fifth downloadable character and the first in the second season pass on August 18, 2023.[25] He was formally released on September 1, 2023.[e]
  • Yuya Fungami was revealed as the sixth downloadable character and the second in the second season pass on October 6, 2023.[26] He was formally released on October 20, 2023.[f]
  • Wonder of U was informally revealed as the seventh downloadable character via the Nintendo eShop on November 17, 2023. Later on November 21, Wonder of U was officially revealed.[27] It was formally released on December 8, 2023.[g]

Non-Playable Characters
Aztec Chief#All-Star Battle R (Various)
Support Effect
Wang Chan#All-Star Battle R (Various)
Gallery Shop Guide
Dire#All-Star Battle R (Various)
Tag Lines
Non-Playable Characters
Messina#All-Star Battle R (Various)
Practice Mode Guide
Loggins#All-Star Battle R (Various)
Practice Mode Guide
Vampire Horses
Stage Gimmick
Non-Playable Characters
Devo
Tag Lines
Enya the Hag
Tag Lines
Judgement
Tag Lines
Oingo
Art Viewer Guide
Boingo
Art Viewer Guide
Khan
Support Effect
Sethan
Support Effect
Daniel J. D'Arby
Customize Mode Guide
Telence T. D'Arby
Model Viewer Guide
Nukesaku
Stage Gimmick
Wilson Phillips
Stage Gimmick
Non-Playable Characters
Pearl Jam
Support Effect
Reimi Sugimoto
Dramatic Finish
Yoshihiro Kira
Stage Gimmick
Ken Oyanagi
Support Effect
Non-Playable Characters
Kraft Work
Support Effect
Formaggio
Support Effect
Melone
Option Mode Guide
Cioccolata
Tag Lines
Secco
Stage Gimmick
Jean Pierre Polnareff
Arcade Mode Guide
Support Effect Guide
Chariot Requiem
Stage Gimmick
Non-Playable Characters
Emporio Alnino
ASB Mode Guide
Gallery Mode Guide
Thunder McQueen
Support Effect
Non-Playable Characters
Steven Steel
Tag Lines
Lucy Steel
Stage Gimmick
Pocoloco
Tag Lines
Ringo Roadagain
Versus Mode Guide
Online Mode Guide
Wekapipo
Tag Lines
Non-Playable Characters
Yasuho Hirose
Stage Gimmick
Joshu Higashikata
Stage Gimmick

Trophies

Trophies
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
Collected every single trophy.
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A Curious Fate
Completed All-Star Battle Mode.
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Ode to Humanity
Completed 1 panel of All-Star Battle Mode Part 1.
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Phantom Blood
Completed all panels of All-Star Battle Mode Part 1.
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True warriors love friendship and respect!
Completed 1 panel of All-Star Battle Mode Part 2.
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Battle Tendency
Completed all panels of All-Star Battle Mode Part 2.
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Can't Hate The Guy
Completed 1 panel of All-Star Battle Mode Part 3.
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Ain't beating them!
Completed 5 panels of All-Star Battle Mode Part 3.
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Stardust Crusaders
Completed all panels of All-Star Battle Mode Part 3.
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One hell of an experience!
Completed 1 panel of All-Star Battle Mode Part 4.
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Diamond is Unbreakable
Completed all panels of All-Star Battle Mode Part 4.
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First we need strength!
Completed 1 panel of All-Star Battle Mode Parte 5.
Bronze trophy.png
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Golden Wind
Completed all panels of All-Star Battle Mode Parte 5.
Silver trophy.png
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I'm... Emporio.
Completed 1 panel of All-Star Battle Mode Part 6.
Bronze trophy.png
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Stone Ocean
Completed all panels of All-Star Battle Mode Part 6.
Silver trophy.png
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So this is the Real Man's World!
Completed 1 panel of All-Star Battle Mode Part 7.
Bronze trophy.png
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Steel Ball Run
Completed all panels of All-Star Battle Mode Part 7.
Silver trophy.png
ASBR 18.png
This is a story about lifting a curse...
Completed 1 panel of All-Star Battle Mode Part 8.
Bronze trophy.png
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JoJolion
Completed all panels of All-Star Battle Mode Part 8.
Silver trophy.png
ASBR 20.png
We'll train your arse off!
Completed a match in Single VS Battle.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 21.png
Let's drink tea and have a nice chat, eh?
Purchased 100 gallery items.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 22.png
Some words of praise would be nice!
Purchased 500 gallery items.
Silver trophy.png
ASBR 23.png
My heart resonates!
Landed an HHA.
Bronze trophy.png
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Great!
Landed a GHA.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 25.png
Di molto!
Landed an HHA using Easy Beat.
Bronze trophy.png
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I knew I could count on you.
Landed an Assist.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 27.png
Come prepared or not at all.
Pulled off a zoomed-in taunt.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 28.png
Swish!
Pulled off a Stylish Evade.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 29.png
That's the look of a real man!
Pulled off a Flash Cancel.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 30.png
The hell is this, a punching contest?
Activated Rush Mode.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 31.png
So you saw it...
Completed a Secret Mission for the first time.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 32.png
You! You were looking!
Completed 30 Secret Missions.
Silver trophy.png
ASBR 33.png
You've mastered this game, haven't you!
Completed 50 Secret Missions.
Gold trophy.png
ASBR 34.png
An Adventurer is the only thing you can be!
Set off an arena gimmick for the first time.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 35.png
Whoa! Look out above you!
Set off all arena gimmicks.
Silver trophy.png
ASBR 36.png
Sucks to be you!
You or an opponent were hit by an arena gimmick for the first time.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 37.png
Tacos
Got hit by all arena gimmicks.
Silver trophy.png
ASBR 38.png
YadaaaaaaAAAAABAAAAAAAAAA
Pulled off a Dramatic Finish for the first time.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 39.png
Don't come near me!
Pulled off all Dramatic Finishes.
Silver trophy.png
ASBR 40.png
I... I'm so happy!
Complete 1 Challenge Battle.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 41.png
Your "end" has no ending!
Won 10 times in a row in Endless Battle.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 42.png
There can be only one!
Won Tournament for the first time.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 43.png
A million-to-one luck-sucking leech!
Won Tournament on all difficulties.
Bronze trophy.png
ASBR 44.png
This is... The World!
Participated in an Online match.
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ASBR 45.png
I've gotta get them before they get me!
Ranked up in Ranked Match.
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ASBR 46.png
I reject my humanity!
Participated in 100 Online matches.
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Online Events

There are currently 12 weekly online events planned, with the first coinciding with the game's launch on September 1, 2022. After the 12th event concludes, the events will loop from the start. Any cosmetic reward not obtained during the event's first run can be purchased later in the Gallery Shop.

Event Description

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Phantom Blood Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Speedwagon Special Outfit A.
  1. Use Speedwagon in 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Land Zeppeli's "Ripple Cutter" in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Land Jonathan's "Sunlight Yellow Overdrive" GHA in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Use Speedwagon in 5 battles in Ranked Match.
  5. Use Part 1 characters in 10 battles in Ranked Match.
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Battle Tendency Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Trish Color Tint D.
  1. Use Part 2 characters in 1 battle Ranked Match.
  2. Land Caesar's "Bubble Lenses" in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Successfully use Kars's "Kars, the Ultimate Thing, is born!" GHA in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Use Part 2 characters in 10 battles in Ranked Match.
  5. Win using Lisa Lisa in 3 battles in Player Match or Ranked Match.
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Mariah Color Tint D.
  1. Use Part 3 characters in 1 battle in Ranked Match.
  2. Flash Cancel once with Polnareff in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Land Mariah's "What are you drooling over?" HHA while at max Magnetization in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Use Jotaro in 5 battles in Ranked Matches.
  5. Win using Pet Shop in 5 battles in Player Match or Ranked Match.
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Free Battle Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Diego Color Tint D.
  1. Play 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Play 2 battles in Ranked Match.
  3. Win 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Win 3 battles in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  5. Play 10 battles in Ranked Match.
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Yukako Special Outfit B.
  1. Use Kira in 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Use Part 4 characters in 2 battles in Ranked Match.
  3. Win using Rohan in 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Land Josuke 4's "Meet my homing missile!" HHA follow-up skill in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  5. Win with Yukako after activating "My precious hair! It's turned completely white!" at least once in Player Match or Ranked Match.
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Golden Wind Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Trish Special Outfit B.
  1. Use Bucciarati in 1 battle on Naples Station in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Land Ghiaccio's "You thought you could get away from me?" in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Successfully use Giorno's "Your 'end' has no ending!" GHA in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Use Trish in 5 battles in Ranked Matches.
  5. Win using Parte 5 characters in 5 battles in Player Match or Ranked Match.
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Stone Ocean Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with F.F. Color Tint D.
  1. Use Jolyne in 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Land Ermes's "USHAAAA!" in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Land Pucci's "So it was already done..." HHA in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Use Part 6 characters in 5 battles in Ranked Match.
  5. Win using Anasui in 5 battles in Player Match or Ranked Match.
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Boss Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Pet Shop Color Tint D.
  1. Use Diavolo in 1 battle on Colosseum in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Land DIO's "This is... The World!" in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Win using boss characters in 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Use boss characters in 5 battles in Ranked Match.
  5. Use boss characters in 10 battles in Ranked Match.
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Steel Ball Run Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Diego Special Outfit B.
  1. Use Valentine in 1 battle on Philadelphia Coastline in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Collect at least one Holy Corpse Part in 1 round with a Part 7 character in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Land Johnny's "It was such a long, roundabout path..." GHA in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Use Gyro in 5 battles in Ranked Matches.
  5. Win using Diego in 5 battles in Player Match or Ranked Match.
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Free Battle Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Prosciutto & Pesci Color Tint D.
  1. Play 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Play 2 battles in Ranked Match.
  3. Win 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Win 3 battles in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  5. Play 10 battles in Ranked Match.
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JoJolion Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Ghiaccio Color Tint D.
  1. Use Josuke 8 in 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Call Josuke 8 as an Assist 3 times in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Land Josuke 8's "I can steal your vision." HHA in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Using Josuke 8, get the Wall Eyes arena's Dramatic Finish in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  5. Win using Josuke 8 in 5 battles in Player Match or Ranked Match.
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JoJo Through History Campaign
Complete all Online Missions to be rewarded with Jotaro (Part 4) Color Tint D.
  1. Use Jonathan in 1 battle on Dio's Castle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  2. Land Giorno's "Now, it lives." in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  3. Win using main characters in 1 battle in Player Match or Ranked Match.
  4. Use main characters in 5 battles in Ranked Match.
  5. Use main characters in 10 battles in Ranked Match.

Credits

Credits
Original Story & Art (原作)
荒木 飛呂彦
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (『ジョジョの奇妙な冒険』)
Published by Shueisha Jump Comics
集英社 ジャンプ・コミックス刊
Game developed by CyberConnect2 Co., Ltd. (株式会社サイバーコネクトツー)
Executive Producer (制作総指揮)
Hiroshi Matsuyama
松山 洋
Producer (制作)
Taichiro Miyazaki
宮崎 太一郎
Yasuhiko Tsuneoka
常岡 靖彦
Hironori Yamaoka
山岡 寛典
Assistant Producer (アシスタントプロデューサー)
Hokuto Ushijima
牛島 北斗
Director (ディレクター)
Tomoyuki Kato
加藤 知之
Game Design Team (ゲームデザインチーム)
Ryohei Matsumoto
松本 稜平
Yoshiki Ando
安藤 佳樹
Chen Mike
陳 君威 マイク
User Interface (ユーザーインターフェイス)
Adrien Saito
齋藤 アドリアン
Zi Wang
王 シ
Cinematic Animator (シネマティックアニメーター)
Jumpei Mikuriya
御厨 順平
Sound Programming (サウンドプログラム)
Norikatsu Fukuda
福田 憲克
Sound Design (サウンドデザイン)
Seizo Nakata
中田 聖三
Yosuke Nakashima
中島 洋介
Production Assistant (進行管理)
Miho Niioka
新阜 湖帆
Kazuya Nakashima
中島 和哉
Localization (ローカライゼーション)
Till Stiehl
スティル ティル
Alexandre Graciano Ortega
グラシアノ アレクサンドレ
Quality Assurance Team (品質保証室)
Yusuke Tanaka
田中 勇輔
Jun Yoshikawa
吉川 潤
Ryutaro Toba
鳥羽 隆太郎
Kaoru Yanagita
Yuya Uchida
内田 侑也
Koki Maruta
丸田 紘希
Sota Sasaki
笹木 草太
Motoki Nonaka
野中 元樹
Casting Assistance (キャスティング協力)
MAUSU PROMOTION.Inc
株式会社マウスプロモーション
Daiki Shirakawa
白川 大樹
Voice Recording Director (音声収録)
Koji Yamamoto
山本 浩司
Voice Recording Production (音声制作)
STUDIO MAUSU.Inc
株式会社STUDIO MAUSU
Hisato Ishiguro
石黒 尚人
BGM Production (BGM制作)
CrossingNEXEL Co,Ltd
株式会社クロッシングネクセル
Composer (コンポーザー)
Anny-K
Ryosuke Terao
寺尾 亮介
Erica Kiyosaki
清崎 瑛梨花
Masaki Kuniwake
國分 正規
Masaki Hara
原 正樹
Package Design (パッケージデザイン)
Makoto Miyoshi
三好 誠
G-angle Co., Ltd. (株式会社ジーアングル)
Director (ディレクター)
Yuka Arii
有井 由華
Chief Designer (チーフデザイナー)
Kazuya Kimura
木村 和也
Designer (デザイナー)
Aya Kimura
木村 彩
Miyuki Ikawa
井川 美幸
LAYUP CO.,LTD. (株式会社レイアップ)
Shinichi Fujii
藤井 新一
Kayako Furukawa
古川 果椰子
Yusuke Kazama
風間 優佑
Publishing Images by Freestyle Work Inc. (株式会社フリースタイルワーク)
Manager (マネージャー)
Katsutoshi Kanamori
金森 勝利
Art Team Leader (アートチームリーダー)
Kaori Hashimoto
橋本 かおり
Saki Toyonaga
豊永 早紀
Art Team (アートチーム)
Kazumi Yamasaki
山崎 和美
Hazuki Egami
江上 はづき
Arisa Kawasaki
川崎 有紗
Yui Morinaga
森永 結愛
Special Thanks (スペシャルサンクス)
Yohei Ishibashi
石橋 洋平
Keito Anzai
安西 慶人
Takahiro Uokawa
魚川 貴央
Tomoya Ozaki
尾崎 友哉
Kumi Ishii
石井 久美
Hirotaka Kawamorita
川守田 広貴
Anubhav Shukla
アヌボ シュクラ

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Risotto was made available to season pass holders on October 25, 2022.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Stroheim was made available to season pass holders on January 31, 2023
  3. 3.0 3.1 Keicho was made available to season pass holders on March 21, 2023.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Parallel World Diego was made available to season pass holders on June 14, 2023.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Abbacchio was made available to season pass holders on August 30, 2023.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Yuya was made available to season pass holders on October 18, 2023.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Wonder of U was made available to season pass holders on December 6, 2023.

References

  1. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R Releases in Early Fall 2022
  2. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R Demo Releases on June 16
  3. 1st ASBR Evo 2022 Tournament Results
  4. 2nd ASBR Evo 2022 Tournament Results
  5. GAME SYSTEM | ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 オールスターバトルR
  6. All-Star Battle R Showcases Gameplay, Modes, and Improvements
  7. @jojo_games on Twitter
  8. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R - PlayX4 2022
  9. Q&A | ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 オールスターバトルR
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Weather Report and Enrico Pucci (Final) Announcement
  11. 11.0 11.1 Pucci's Character Trailer
  12. GAME MODE | ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 オールスターバトルR
  13. Your Questions Answered with the Producer of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R
  14. STAGE | ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 オールスターバトルR
  15. CHARACTER | ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 オールスターバトルR
  16. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R - Street Date Announcement Trailer
  17. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R – Part 4, 6, & 8 Reveal Trailer
  18. Trish and Prosciutto Leaked
  19. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R - Official New Characters Trailer
  20. Stone Ocean TV Anime Special Event
  21. Rudol von Stroheim Commands His Way Into JoJo All-Star Battle R
  22. Stroheim Release Date Announcement
  23. Keicho Announcement
  24. Parallel World Diego Announcement
  25. Abbacchio Announcement
  26. Yuya Announcement
  27. Vish (November 17, 2023), "Wonder of U Brings Calamity Into JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R", JoJo's Bizarre Encyclopedia News.

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