Unboxing: Jump Force Collector’s Edition


Before we proceed with the unboxing, I’d like to share my buyer’s experience with this super limited Jump Force Collector’s Edition:

3 days before Jump Force was launched, we were surprised why Datablitz and Gameone did not advertised any pre-order for Jump Force Collector’s Edition. The only store that advertised it 3 days before launch is Game Extreme. Come February 15, when Jump Force was out in the market, that’s the only time Datablitz and Gameone advertised Jump Force Collector’s Edition.

We thought, we avoided the hassle of running to the store, because we have already pre-ordered at Game Extreme. But the most unfortunate happened: Game Extreme sent a text message on that most awaited day informing us that their Collector’s Edition is out of stock.

We paid a downpayment, hoping we could secure our order, but Game Extreme told us there was misinformation. They said when we pre-ordered, there were really no stock available already but they forgot to double check.

We demand for refund, and out of despair, I hurriedly called via phone, Datablitz and Gameone but they both said that the Jump Force Collector’s Edition is out of stock.

Just to confirm, I went to Datablitz store and..

Luck is still on my side! I found one stock of Jump Force Collector’s Edition! Thanks Datablitz!

With said experience, we felt mix of misinformation, deceit, and anger. We’ve been waiting for this pre-order since 2018, and it’s the first time in a game and in a toy figure were we were excited to wait even this long.

We were tempted to pre-order via Amazon and Bandai Namco, but we’re scared that the box would not be delivered on time.

Hopefully, on our next most awaited game, World Seeker, the said stores won’t disappoint us again.

Here’s how the box looks. When we bought it, there were already minor damage on the side of the box. But hey, if there are only 1-3 stocks of Jump Force Collector’s Edition per store, then that minor damage on the side of the box is not a problem!

front side
back side


right side
right side
left side
left side

Jump Force Collector’s Edition includes the following:

  • Deluxe Edition Full Game
  • In-Game Content
    • Season Pass
      • 9 Playable Characters
      • Avatar T-shirt
      • DLC Early Access (4 days)
    • Day 1 Purchase Bonus
      • Lobby Vehicle – Frieza’ Small Pod
      • Exclusive Avatar Costumes – 3 Tops
        • Frieza Force Battle Armor
        • Pirate Coat
        • Fourth Hokage Mantle
      • Weekly Shonen JUMP T-shirts
  • Steelbook
  • 3 Artboards of Naruto, Luffy, and Goku
  • Exclusive Diorama of Naruto, Luffy and Goku


When you open the box, here’s what you will see first

Jump Force Deluxe Edition Full Game

front side
back side


In-Game Content

Inside the case, you’ll see the code for your In-Game content



Front and Back of Steelbook
closer look of front side
closer look of back side

inside Steelbook


The casing is considered collector’s item for us too

3 Artboards of Naruto, Luffy, and Goku

These beautiful artwork of Naruto, Luffy, and Goku should be handled with care!

Unboxing the Exclusive Diorama of Naruto, Luffy, and Goku

Inside the box, is another pretty sturdy box for the Diorama
front side
back side


right side
left side
with plastic mold, and another plastic clothed on top of the figure, do remove it carefully as there are soft, small, and thin pieces of the sculpture,
First clear look of Naruto, Luffy, and Goku, and the stunning Jump Force base!


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We just appreciate this Diorama base in all its angle

Naruto Shadow Clone Jutsu


Dragon Ball’s Super Saiyan Goku


One Piece Monkey D. Luffy

Jump Force Collector’s Edition’s now all unboxed, and we’re ready to play this most awaited PS4 Game of 2019

Read Trip Jem’s Jump Force Game Review soon in this blog.

Thanks for reading!

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