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Could We See My Hero One’s Justice at E3?

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With E3 approaching quickly it’s finally time to speculate on what we can expect from our favorite publishers. Bandai Namco have been the number option when it comes to anime games over the past few years. They’ve managed to to publish titles based on popular franchise such as Naruto, One Piece and may others. Now they’re building up towards what will hopefully be the benchmark for games based on the My Hero Academia franchise. Their new game, My Hero One’s Justice will likely be at E3 2018 in full force.

The game based on the popular My Hero Academia is sure to spark interest from fans and hopefully the eSports scene. MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE, is a new 3D arena-based fighting game based on the popular manga and anime franchise. It takes place in a world where most of the population have superpowers known as Quirks.

If the game is able to deliver a solid well balanced fighting game with lots of playable characters from the anime it will do well. That being said it should be noted that this is a game that can be messed up by many seemingly small aspects. One of those is the possible dlc application that Bandai Namco are known for. Though the publisher usually delivers high quality anime based products they are also known for their terrible dlc practices. Practices like holding back notable characters only to later release them as paid dlc. With a series like My Hero Academia there is unfortunately a higher risk of this happening due to large cast of characters in the anime. My hope is that most of our favorite characters are in it from day one, leaving the few who are not yet in the anime for dlc.

My Hero One’s Justice at E3 Expectations

The game is scheduled for Japanese launch during August, but we’ve yet to get a release date for the west. We’ll likely get an announcement from Bandai Namco regarding the release date at E3. We’ll also possibly get more gameplay as well as more character announcements.

My Hero One’s Justice is scheduled set to release for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. We’ll be sure to update you as soon as we learn more about the game.

Qudduws Campbell
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