SCRAP Entertainment, the leading pioneer of live escape entertainment, and VIZ Media have partnered to bring a Real Escape Game set in the world of JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE to the United States. The chance for fans to immerse themselves in the JOJO’S BIZARRE ESCAPE: THE HOTEL live experience hits the U.S. at FanimeCon (San Jose, CA, May 25-28, 2018) and Anime Expo (Los Angeles, CA, July 4-8, 2018).
Based on author Hirohiko Araki’s groundbreaking Shonen Jump manga series, JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE follows the multigenerational tale of the heroic Joestar family and their never-ending battle against evil! In JOJO’S BIZARRE ESCAPE: THE HOTEL, fans will play the role of one of the five people (and one dog) on protagonist Jotaro’s team, travelling to defeat their arch nemesis, DIO. Trapped in a labyrinthine hotel, players must examine clues and solve a gauntlet of puzzles by utilizing their special abilities in order to defeat the mastermind! The spotlight of this event will be the brand new original character developed exclusively for this game, officially approved by Hirohiko Araki himself. Fans will also have a chance to get their hands on exclusive merchandise only available to individuals attending the event.
“I hope you enjoy becoming a character, using Stand-powers, and solving the puzzles,” states Kazu Iwata, CEO of SCRAP Entertainment. “This time around, we have the opportunity to hold games at anime conventions, which is definitely a prime location to immerse yourselves into this bizarre world! The more you immerse yourself, the better time you’ll have. Enjoy!”
“Real Escape Game format pioneer SCRAP has brought the colorful world of JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE to life in their latest game,” says Naruo Uchida, VIZ Media’s Senior Director of Animation & CPG Licensing. “We invite fans to immerse themselves in the JOJO’S BIZARRE ESCAPE: THE HOTEL experience this summer at Fanime and Anime Expo!”
SCRAP’s JOJO’s BIZARRE ESCAPE: THE HOTEL will run at FanimeCon in San Jose and Anime Expo in Los Angeles. Game sessions must be reserved online. Fanime session tickets can be purchased at , with Anime Expo session tickets coming soon.