Last year Nintendo and Ganbarion, who made some of the One Piece fighting games, teamed up to make Jump Super Stars. The manga mash up fighter came out for the Nintendo DS and it filled the void of fighting games on the handheld. This was the first time a game brought together so many Shonen Jump properties in one title. Manga fans loved they could set up dream matches between their favorite characters. While the properties were a key selling point, Jump Super Stars was a fairly good fast paced fighting game. This year Nintendo has a sequel, Jump Ultimate Stars out for the Nintendo DS. Each separate Shonen Jump world has fallen apart and is scattered throughout the J-Galaxy. Now it's up to you to put it back together.