Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden Cheats & Cheat Codes

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Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden Cheats & Cheat Codes

Famicom Jump: Hero Restuden Summary

A history of heroes, eh?

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Famicom Jump: Hero Restuden is a crossover of various Shonen Jump characters. First released in 1989, this Famicon game, or as it would later become known, NES, celebrated the 20th anniversary of the weekly manga release. As such, it has many characters from the hit series from that time, such as Son Goku from Dragon Ball, Kenshiro from Fist of the North Star, and more!

Famicom Jump: Hero Restuden Premise

As the game is so old, there’s not a lot of info on the plot. But what is known is that there is a main character unconnected to the Shonen series wandering around. They connect to these Jump heroes and try to form an alliance to stop the growing threat of the combined Jump villains. Basically, it’s good guys vs bad guys in this clash of the Shonen!

Famicom Jump: Hero Restuden Main Characters 

There are a number of characters here, and to make it slightly easier on the reader, the series they are from will also be included.

  • Kenshiro (Fist of the North Star). The seven-scarred warrior! Can kill anything with a touch. Yes, really.
  •  Nukesaku Aida (Tsuide ni Tonchinkan) A leader, a phantom thief! Or at least, one 1/4th of a phantom thief.
  •  Son Goku (Dragon Ball). Before he became the legendary super saiyan, Son Goku was looking for the Dragon Balls with his friend.
  •  Ryo Saeba (City Hunter). Smooth and cool, this sweeper from the mean city streets is here to help!
  •  Arale Norimaki (Dr. Slump). Akira Toryima’s first gag character! In a way, she is Goku’s older sister.
  •  Pegasus Seiya (Saint Seiya). One of the original hot-blooded warriors to grace the stars and silver screen.
  •  Momotaro Tsurugi (Sakigake!! Otokojuku). A large, handsome man who could be mistaken for a Jojo.
  •  Mankichi Tokawa (Otoko Ippiki Gaki Daishō). A gang leader with a love of the brawl, and his friends.
  •  Reiki Kikoku (Godsider). The son of Lucifer….wait what?
  •  Joseph Joestar (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure). The second Jojo! Clever, but lazy. Will his skills be enough to see him through?
  •  Jouji Kanno (Doberman Deka). A detective on the Tokyo Metro Police!
  •  Isamu (Kōya no Shōnen Isamu). A cowboy who lives in the far West! Probably more accurate than most cowboy works today.
  •  Tsubasa Oozora (Captain Tsubasa). A football player (football as in Soceer), who is the protagonist of his series!
  •  Tarou Yamashita (Kenritsu Umisora Kōkō Yakyūbuin Yamashita Tarō-kun). A baseball player, short in stature, but with a heart as fiery as the sun!
  •  Kyūichi Uno (Astro Kyūdan). Another baseball player, who roars with fury!
  •  Kinnikuman (Kinnikuman). The Ultimate Muscle!

Famicom Jump: Hero Restuden Titles of Video Games in the Series.

Since this is based on the Jump magazine, we will be including the following games!

  • Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden (1989)
  •  Famicom Jump II: Saikyō no ShichininJump Super Stars (1991)
  •  Jump Ultimate Stars (2005)
  •  Battle Stadium D.O.N (2006)
  •  J-Stars Victory VS. (2014)
  •  Jump Force (2019)

Famicom Jump: Hero Restuden Cheat Codes 

Sadly, there are no cheat codes for this game. Instead, let’s cover some tips and tricks!

  • How can I fight? It can be a bit confusing, considering that every person in the game world either wants to be your friend or is waiting to punch your face in. Regardless, here is how you move and fight. In battle, press A to throw a punch, or B to use a projectile weapon. These are the same no matter who you are controlling. Keep in mind, that projectiles take a bit to recharge, so plan ahead!
  •  Keep in mind the enemy type. To that end, enemies can be divided into two categories. Melee and projectiles. The former is fairly straightforward, as they will try to deck you. The latter will stay back and is trickier to deal with.
  •  Power up! Every time your characters defeat five enemies, they will gain more “effort” which will affect the very end of the game. As such, try to keep all of your effort levels high!

Famicom Jump: Hero Restuden Cheat Code FAQs

Alright, let’s cover some FAQs!

  • Is Famicom the same as NES? No. It was, however, an earlier prototype of the NES, so the Famicom was like the Playstation 1 to the NES’ Playstation 2
  •  Is this all in the same series? Yes and no. While each series is separate, this is more of a collaboration between them.
  •  Okay, so what does Famicom mean? It is short for Family Computer.

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