JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes Of Heaven Demo Now Available For The West
(Last Updated On: May 24, 2016)

The popular manga and anime JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes Of Heaven game now has a new demo for western folks to try out. Bandai Namco announced that the PS Store now holds the 2.1GB demo that includes the story mode, VS mode and more. Eyes Of Heaven is set to release for PS4 on July 28th.

The very over the top and strange series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has a new game entitled Eyes Of Heaven, which offers a lot of action and unique content that one would expect from JoJo’s universe.

If you’ve never seen the game before, it will feature the familiar characters from the manga as players attempt to gather the Holy Corpse scattered around the world. And, yes, the near invincible Over Heaven Dio will be in the game. you can check out the official trailer that Bandia Namco released last week.

Now that you know what the game is all about, that is if you didn’t before, explosive traveling and fighting will be right at the tips of the player’s fingers, which is no surprise given the manga and the previous games.

The demo, as noted above, is currently available on the PlayStation Store and comes in as a 2.1GB download. The demo allows for western PS4 folks to get a clear idea of what the game is all about, if the trailer isn’t enough.

To my surprise, it offers a nice supplement of choices to really get into the game, which includes two modes and four characters. In addition to this, the modes include some of the Story and the VS mode. As for playable characters, Josuke Higashikata, Okuyasu Nijimura, Jotaro Kujo and Noriaki Kakyoin will make an appearance in the demo.

Lastly, all unlocked or achievements during your playthrough with the demo will be kept and will be usable for the full release. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes Of Heaven will be out July 28th for PS4.


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    I tried this game a while ago. It’s not great. The gameplay is basically a simplified Power Stone. Expect to fall off the map a lot, which will trigger a long fade out. Not exciting. There’s a big fat GUI telling you the controls, covering half the screen all the time. The attacks all feel clunky with weird pausing, ie. does not feel fluid. There is no practice mode, and only about 8 stages in total, which is tiny considering the geographical scope of the source material.

    I also read some Japanese reviews, and they weren’t pleased either. I’ve heard the story mode is very short, and nobody is playing the game online.

    On the plus side, the visuals aren’t bad, and there are tons and tons of characters, although they all have a tiny moveset. It also bugged me that almost all the characters are obviously voiced by the same few voice actors/actresses. The most interesting thing is the team supers, which seem to be unique between character combinations. The story concept is also interesting, but I feel it could be told in a better fashion.