The stars of Jump Force all have serious beef with Tokyo Metro, leaving some seriously cool craters behind.

This year, gamers can treat themselves to a clash of some of the most famous figures in Japanese manga. Jump Force, released on Windows, PS4 and Xbox One on February 15, pulls together a whole host of famous fighters from Weekly Shonen Jump so that they can tussle it out, much in the vein of Nintendo’s Super Smash Brothers series. But who to pick? Dragon Ball‘s meaty monkey man, Son Goku? Nimble ninja Naruto, from the comic of the same name? Or long-limbed looter Luffy, from One Piece?

Of course, these aren’t the only heroes on Jump Force‘s roster, but these three heavyweights are some of the most fiercely beloved in the line-up. The marketing team chose a spectacular way to show off some of the crushing battle damage you can pull off in this game: a photo opportunity called the “Jump Hero’s Wall”. We sent our own Japanese-language reporter Ahiru Neko to Tokyo Metro’s Shinjuku Station to survey the wreckage.

▼ As you walk along the hall, you can’t miss these three huge craters.

The three crumbling bits of wall are artistic renditions of what it would actually look like, were the three biggest bruisers in Shonen Jump’s catalog to let loose some of their most powerful attacks. Let’s get a little closer.

▼ First up: Goku’s Kamehameha from the Dragon Ball franchise

Jeeze, look at how deep that goes! The cracks form huge, jagged concentric circles, veined throughout with the beam blast’s characteristic blue color. This seems like the most intense of the three attacks, due to the way it pierces a hole through to the other wall and scoops out a generous tunnel of concrete in the process.

▼ Second: Luffy’s Gum-Gum Red Hawk from One Piece

While the circumference of this is similar to the Kamehameha (Ahiru Neko noticed with chagrin that the Gum Gum Red Hawk should “no way” be the same size as an attack from Goku, who is capable of blowing up planets) the center of the strike is much more shallow. We can even see the imprint of Luffy’s fire-charged fist! This is one of Luffy’s “Gear Second” techniques, where he heats up his very blood and shoots his hand forward like a bullet from a gun.

Those big chunks of wall splitting around the area he punched just look too cool!

▼ Finally: Naruto’s Rasengan attack

The Rasengan, literally “spiralling sphere”, is an attack where chakra (life energy) is manipulated in the palm of the hand into a spinning ball. Only skilled users can master it as an attack to begin with, and you can deal more damage by expanding it in size – as this attack is as large as the Kamehameha, it’s clearly a force to be reckoned with.

This crater seems to be more shallow still than Luffy’s attack, but it has an awesome spiral pattern sliced in that makes you instinctively wince. You definitely wouldn’t want to get on the wrong side of a Rasengan-wielding ninja!

The craters occupy a 15 meter (49.2 feet) span of wall in Shinjuku station, and are accompanied by promotional shots of the game’s cover. “Come get some” is stenciled over the far end of the wall in graffiti text.

There’s still time to steal a snap, as the wall will be up until February 24. Ahiru Neko definitely recommends you enjoy the cool artistic interpretations while you can, even if his inner Comic Book Guy is mumbling “the walls in Shinjuku Station must be pretty darn tough to withstand all those attacks”.

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