My Hero One's Justice
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My Hero One's Justice Trailers
MY HERO ONE'S JUSTICE - Features Trailer | PS4, X1, PC, Switch
MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE - Street Date Trailer | PS4, XB1, PC, Switch
MY HERO ONE'S JUSTICE - E3 Trailer | PS4, XB1, PC, NSW
My Hero One's Justice Screenshots
Critic Reviews for My Hero One's Justice
Given that we live in a time with a seemingly unprecedented number of absolutely fantastic anime fighters, that might be a big ask for some. In the end, the game's biggest sin may be not embodying U.A.'s "Plus Ultra" spirit, and simply settling for being a decent, good-looking fighting game take on a popular anime franchise.
My Hero One's Justice sees Bandai at their property-managing best, bringing a hugely enjoyable fighting game experience to the My Hero Academia franchise. The Switch version has a few rough edges, but ultimately the colourful anime brawling feels perfectly at home on Nintendo's continually surprising handheld.
My Hero One's Justice is a good fighting game that shines the most in the multiplayer and that will be truly appreciated by those who already are fans of the manga/anime. Despite its lack of depth regarding single player content, it is an enjoyable experiencie due to the fine adaptation of the heroes and villains as well as because of its funny customization system.
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My Hero One's Justice 2 Arrives Next March with New Playable Characters
My Hero One's Justice 2 will launch in March 2020, Bandai Namco revealed today, and if you played the first game, the sequel will pick up right where you left off.