Leading developer and publisher of anime video games, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. today announced that MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE® 2 will be coming to the Americas for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch™, and PC via STEAM®. MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE 2 is an anime-action fighting game based off the popular Shonen Jump series and is the second video game developed under the MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE title.
In MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE 2, the original cast members from MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE will be joined by a new cast of characters, such as Yakuza captain Kai Chisaki, U.A. High School third-year students Mirio Togata, Tamaki Amajiki, and Nejire Hado of “The Big 3”, and Class 1-A’s Mina Ashido and Minoru Mineta. New stages and stories from the anime series will also be included in MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE 2 along with improved gameplay, giving players a more robust MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE experience.
We got a teaser trailer not too long ago, so it makes sense that we finally got a full announcement trailer for My Hero One’s Justice 2. However, something that worries me from the standpoint of someone who never played the first game, is that it looks nearly identical to the first one. Though, that could simply be me not knowing enough about My Hero One’s Justice and making a lackluster comparison whereas veteran players would be immediately able to point out the difference.
The graphics do not seem as though they made a significant improvement, not like we jump we saw from Guilty Gear -Relevator- to Guilty Gear (2020), so the changes might be more-so roster-based and mechanic changes. To be honest, I hope things would be crisper, brighter, and more vibrant…but I feel like I am too used to Arc System Works at this point and the direction they have taken 2.5D fighters like Granblue Fantasy: Versus and Dragon Ball FighterZ.
I will update everyone when I get more information on this game and all of the changes, updates, and other improvements they have made to My Hero One’s Justice 2 compared to its predecessor.
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