Even if arcade is not your cup of java, it is likely that you’ve heard of My Hero Academia, the east-meets-west superhero collection. It is really quite good, and it’s very first tie-in match (the clumsily titled My Hero One’s Justice 2) was not half bad. At this time there is just a very small teaser trailer and website (in Japanese only) to show for this, however, the writer will soon be showing off again in the New York Comic-Con after this week.
While the first My Hero Academia match was founded on the still-running ancient days of this anime show, judging from the new villain revealed it appears the sequel will probably pay everything up to and including the fourth (as yet unaired) period of the anime, even though there’s lots of manga yet to become colored and put into motion.
The teaser site reveals young hero Deku squaring off from fresh arch-villain Overhaul, also asserts that the next match will be on a significantly bigger scale than the original, together with a lot more playable characters linking the roster.
The first match, while brief, was an enjoyable tag-team fighter, permitting you to switch between your three selected personalities mid-match and run around freely in the next person. Becoming superheroes, fights may even stretch onto both sides of structures, since gravity does not matter if you’re sporting enough brightly colored spandex.
There is no release date for My Hero One’s Justice 2, but it ought to be out sometime in 2020. I would hazard a guess that it will launch close to the conclusion of the next TV season, in order to not spoil too much for people who have not jumped ahead into the comics. The first match is available on Steam to get an admittedly extreme #50/$60. You are able to see the show free on Crunchyroll.