My Hero One's Justice 2
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My Hero One's Justice 2 continues from where its predecessor left off but struggles to find its own legs in the hugely popular MHA franchise
My Hero One's Justice 2 touches up some of the nuances of the original's combat and builds an impressive roster, but doesn't bring its A-game when it comes to offering much beyond a few good matches.
Ultimately, though, what stings the most about seeing My Hero One's Justice 2 is how much hasn't changed since the first game. It's still very much a reasonably well-made and pretty anime arena fighter, but it's nothing more than that. Even the considerably messier One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows at least had the ambition to try to capture the source material's spirit through its main single-player mode. My Hero Academia fans looking for exactly that will be satisfied, but once again it seems Bandai Namco have opted to coast rather than adopt U.A.'s "Plus Ultra" philosophy.
A bit superior to the previous iteration and spectacular without a doubt, it still is too basic compared to the 'big bosses' of the genre.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
If you're a fan of the anime, you're going to enjoy this and you might even come to enjoy the flawed fighting mechanics. For anybody else, My Hero One's Justice 2 is just another aggressively mediocre anime fighter, the latest in a long line of them.
A game made for My Hero Academia fans. Easy, very simple, a bit repetetive but fun.
Review in Italian | Read full review
My Hero One's Justice 2 is an incredibly fun and over the top anime fighting game, with a ton of modes to play. Although there's not been a massive amount of new content added since it's predecessor, the combat is good enough to keep you coming back for more
What it does, it does competently, but My Hero One’s Justice 2 has a long way to go before it can claim the King of Fighters title.
Once the novelty of playing a game within the My Hero Academia world wears off, all that's left is another fairly average arena brawler. Different modes aren't enough to make the title stand out, and ultimately, My Hero One's Justice 2 offers an experience which, although enjoyable, is forgettable and somewhat bland. It's safe to say that we expected more from this sequel.
My Hero One's Justice 2 is a fun fighter with added depth from the huge single player, loads of improvements form its predecessor. The huge roster alone is enough here to justify this sequel and with DLC on the way there's loads more value for players. Although I enjoyed all the single players campaigns, there are a few little tweaks that can make this into a competitive fighter.