This showed up on the PlayStation 2 and GameCube, and while only one of those platforms natively supports four players, it's still a Smash Bros.-like experience crossing over the "big three" during the height of the Naruto boom. It's wacky and weird, but the novelty outweighs its many kinks.
The PSP was an absolute haven for anime fans. While many of the anime titles released for the platform were never localized, the PSP being region free made importing a simple task. So many of them being fighting games, like this Bleach series that ran for 7 games, made the language barrier moot.
There's something special about the Dragon Ball Xenoverse formula, and we see that exemplified in Jump Force's attempt to emulate its structure. It's a weird hybrid between MMO and Dragon Ball fighter, with crazy airborne action combined with some intense character customization. Also consider a goofy story and tons of unlockables, and you have a series that knows you love Dragon Ball and wants to let you roll in it.
You know those Yakuza games everyone loves? Well, this is literally another Yakuza, but set in the Fist of the North Star universe. It isn't a great take on the source material, but as a bizarre version that sees Kenshiro tending bar part-time, it's an experience like no other.
This is one of Spike Chunsoft's earlier efforts at Shonen Jump crossover fighting, but one that's much more a take on the Gundam Versus style compared to what Jump Force is doing. It's a tough learning curve, but the visuals are great and the roster has some real winners, such as the infamous Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo.
Look, it's a CPS2 Capcom fighting game featuring the cast of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. This came out before the series became popular in the west so it was largely forgotten at the time (despite being localized!), but it did have a short-lived return on the PlayStation 3.
Byking, developer of some truly strange action arcade lightgun games, created a Power Stone-like fighter baring the incredibly popular My Hero Academia license. It's fairly bare bones, but the core mechanics have a lot of simple complexity, and the single player mode has plenty of motivation to keep going through it.
Listen, there are a lot of One Piece games. This series even has Game Boy titles. This series is the god-king of Shonen Jump. It's also the only Shonen Jump property cool enough to get an official Musou series, and it even got three entries. Play this game if you like One Piece and big combos. It rules, especially the third one.