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Jump Ultimate Stars (ジャンプアルティメットスターズ Janpu Arutimetto Sutāzu) is a fighting video game developed by Ganbarion and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS. It is a Japanese-exclusive title released in Japan on November 23 2006, and there are no plans to release the game elsewhere due to licensing issues.
The game is a fighting game bringing forth 41 different Weekly Shonen Jump series, both obscure and well-known. The Captain Tsubasa series appears within as a represented series, with five characters appearing to represent the series. Unfortunately, none of the characters from Captain Tsubasa appear as fully-playable characters. Instead, they appear as "Help Komas," which boost the stats of characters they are attached to, and "Support Komas," which can be attached in "decks" to summon the characters and aid them in battle. Tsubasa Ozora, Genzo Wakabayashi, and Kojiro Hyuga each have two Support Komas, as well as one single "Help Koma", while Roberto Hongo and Sanae Nakazawa each only have a single Help Koma.
In the main single-player mode of Jump Ultimate Stars, the Captain Tsubasa universe becomes accessable immediately when the player reaches the "J-Galaxy," the second main HUB world, paired alongside the Eyeshield 21, Slam Dunk and The Prince of Tennis worlds as part of the "Sports Solar System" (due to all the series being based on a particular everyday sport).
The Captain Tsubasa world has two main missions. In both of these missions, the player's team is pitted against Naruto Uzumaki and Son Goku, who continuously use the three Captain Tsubasa support komas against the player. In the first mission, the player must simply score more points than Naruto or Goku, and the second mission has the player obtaining and holding onto a soccer ball for ten seconds.