'My Hero: One's Justice' Brings the Hit Anime to Gaming World

Sure to be a Detroit Smash hit.

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At E3 2018, Bandai Namco revealed its plans to bring My Hero Academia to the gaming world with My Hero: One’s Justice.

Centered around the world of the hit anime series, the game will serve as a new fast-paced fighter where players select three-member teams to do battle. Playable characters include a mixed array of recognizable heroes and villains with more options coming in the future. Focusing on intuitive gameplay, the 3D fighting planes highlight the impeccable anime style graphics and team-based battles that pay homage to the action-packed scenes of the anime.

Set to release this year, My Hero: One’s Justice will be available on Microsoft Xbox OneSony PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

For more gaming news, Dragon Ball FighterZ is gearing up for a Nintendo Switch release this year.

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