WATCH: First My Hero Academia: One’s Justice Trailer Premieres
One of the biggest new anime hits to arrive in the past few years has been My Hero Academia, which brought the classic superhero genre to the world of anime. The series has been growing its multimedia reach starting with its original manga series, and has recently announced its entry into the realm of video games. Bandai Namco recently surprised fans of the series by announcing My Hero Academia: One’s Justice, a new game based on the series. Now, the first My Hero Academia: One’s Justice trailer has premiered, and gives us new information about the game’s upcoming release.
The first My Hero Academia; One’s Justice trailer was recently premiered during a Jump Festa livestream, and has been shared on ‘Giuseppe’s Gaming’s’ YouTube channel, as seen above. The trailer is quite short, but does show us the series’ main hero, Izuku Midoriya, facing off against his main antagonist Tomura Shigaraki. The footage shown in the game, while most likely just a cutscene, does seem to faithfully adapt the anime’s traditional art style into a 3-dimensional visual presentation. The game is being developed by Byking, who have developed the popular Gunslinger Stratos series of arcade games, as well as the Rise of the Incarnates series.
The trailer then confirms that the game will be releasng in Japan for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch some time in 2018. While the game has not been confirmed for a US release, given the popularity of games based on anime series stateside, one can certainly hope for this “Quirky” game to come to America some day. What do you guys think about the new My Hero Academia: One’s Justice trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
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