Our favorite anime heroes are finally playable in My Hero One's Justice, an arena-style brawler in the My Hero Academia universe. The game plays similarly to the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm series where two players face off in a 3D stage with a simple fight system that's easy to pick up and play while still channeling the spirit of each character. While the likes of All Might, Midoriya, Bakugo, and many more from UA make up the character roster, members of the League of Villains are also playable such as Shigaraki, Dabi, and Toga. In the video above, Michael and Erick go head-to-head in the local match mode to try out every character available and see how their quirks have translated to video game form.
My Hero One's Justice features a story mode that takes you through events seen in the anime, and puts you in control of the more pivotal moments. The narrative progresses with comic book-style panels with voice acting and occasional in-game animated scenes. You won't just be able to play as the heroes; there is a separate arc in the story mode that lets you play as the villains. Finishing the story will also unlock an additional character (and it's not much of a mystery who that is). There are a few other modes as well, like missions that have you doing specific objectives within fights and a traditional arcade mode that consists of six consecutive fights. Throughout the game, you'll earn cosmetic items to dress up characters with quirky outfits and silly accessories.
You can become a pro hero on October 26 when My Hero One's Justice launches for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.