With a lot of the premium DS games having made their way out of Japan, only a few are left behind. One of those games was Jump Superstars, a massive compilation of anime characters crammed into a Smash Bros.-like arena and left to duke it out. The sad thing is that it's actually a damn good game.
While not quite up to the variety of the Jump, Namco Bandai have announced their own console rendition in the form of Battle Stadium D.O.N. The game is meant to offer a new form of combating and the ability to take control of several characters from the Dragon Ball, One Piece and Naruto universes. Given that these correspend with the initials in the game name, we're not expecting any more additions.
The game was revealed in the latest issue of Famitsu and scans are available on the Web. At the moment, there has only been a Japanese release stated for PlayStation 2 and GameCube on July 20th. However, given that the popularity of these series has grown rapidly outside of Japan, there may be a better chance of this seeing a western release.